Cabbage in nutrition

Cabbage in nutrition

Even the ancient Romans used cabbage as a cure for various wounds, ulcers and skin diseases. Cabbage is delicious and extremely healthy.

Cabbage is popularly well-known for its many healing properties:

  • Minerals from cabbage accelerate cell metabolism and blood circulation to reduce blood pressure and the occurrence of atherosclerosis.
  • Cabbage is very good at preventing cold and flu because it contains vitamin C. Since vitamin C disappears when boiled, a lot of fresh cabbage and sauerkraut should be used.
  • Cabbage enhances immunity and anti-bacterial effects.
  • Juice of fresh cabbage and brine (sauerkraut juice) cleans the liver of toxins.
  • Cabbage stimulates detoxification, since it cleans the intestines

B group vitamins from this vegetable reinforce the nerves and increase resistance to stress.


–  contains vitamin U, one of the rarest, which is considered to treat both external and internal ulcers on stomach and duodenum.

– it is rich of cellulose, which improves digestion,

-it facilitates healing the wounds.

– It is less known that cabbage is rich in calcium, a mineral that is important for bones and heart. A portion of 200 grams of cabbage contains the same amount of calcium as two glasses of milk.