Weight Loss Made Easy!
Cabbage is a magnificent cruciferous vegetable. Loaded with many vitamins, minerals, and good bacteria. To maximize these benefits, chew, chew, chew your cabbage until fully broken down in your mouth!
Cabbage is grown worldwide and comes in red-purple or green. Eat it cooked or raw. Sauerkraut, a cultured cabbage, is a great source for increased probiotic cultures.
Cabbage’s wonderful nutrients include:
- Vitamins K, B1, C, B6, B3, and B2
- Minerals folate, selenium, iron, niacin, magnesium, choline, phosphorus, potassium, manganese, pantothenic acid, calcium, iodine, and copper
- Flavonoids & Phenols
- Antioxidant phytonutrients
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Seriously, this nutritional power package does all the following:
- Improves digestion
- Reduces constipation
- Encourages weight loss
- Heals stomach lining
- Supports heart health
- Lowers cholesterol
- Helps prevent cancer
- Heals skin disorders
- Protects red blood cells
- Reduces risk of diabetes
- Delays aging
- Lowers onset of osteoporosis
- Boosts mental function
- And, improves eye health
Ideally, you’ll want to eat more than a cup of cruciferous vegetables per day to optimize your health. Other that cabbage, cruciferous vegetables include: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Bok choy, spinach, cauliflower, kale, radish, turnip, arugula, water crest, rutabaga, & so many more!
As a reminder, cruciferous vegetables are known for the detoxification of carcinogens by changing the composition of bacteria that helps you digest food. And, of course, the more you chew, the more nutritional & digestive benefits.
Cabbage is easy to prepare both raw and cooked. For example, try:
- Chinese Chicken Salad
- Cabbage Salad
- Cabbage soup
Cabbage is the ultimate detoxification. Get busy eating, and chewing, more cabbage today!
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