Some Indians have been eating fish-based soups for centuries, with a few popular recipes coming from China.
But there have been growing concerns that this is not good for the environment and the health of the planet.
A new study published in the journal Food Chemistry has examined the health benefits of fish-filled soup.
The researchers from the University of Southern California examined the effects of various fish-containing soups and asked if they had the ability to boost the immune system and improve brain function.
According to the researchers, the results show that fish-related foods are safe for people who are sensitive to the chemicals in fish.
The study also showed that the amount of antioxidants found in fish-stuffed soup is significantly higher than in other types of soups.
It also found that the fish-infused soup does not increase the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Scientists said that the results are significant because the researchers used a combination of different techniques, including high-resolution spectroscopy and liquid chromatography, to determine the presence of various antioxidant compounds.
There was also a high degree of variability in the concentrations of different antioxidant compounds, which means that different batches of soup could be different in their antioxidant content.