Call it Red Cabbage or Purple Cabbage
We all have experienced the uncomfortable feeling that inflammation and bloating can cause. The key to feeling better is to avoid consuming foods that cause these unpleasant issues. Instead, consume foods that fight inflammation. One of the most powerful vegetables is the red cabbage, which can be consumed in form of cabbage juice or as cooked.
If you don’t like to juice green cabbage, try and juice purple cabbage. The purple cabbage has a vibrant beautiful colour when juiced and it taste quite sweet unlike the green cabbage, which could tend to be a bit bitter. Cabbage is loaded with a lot of goodness. It contains powerful antioxidants and inflammatory properties. It is wonderful for heart health, helping to reduce cholesterol by binding bio acids in the intestines. Lunatic acid in cabbage will also act as (protein) colon cleanser. This recipe is a master healer to the gutting digestive system, beats hypertension, prevents cancer and is loaded with vital nutrients known to guard against cancer and cleanse kidneys too.
- Brain health
Vitamin K actively protect the nerves against damage and decay, and helps in controlling bleeding.
Anthocyanin is a strong antioxidant, which helps in boosting brain function and combats diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia.
- Boosts eye health
The vitamin A in red cabbage supports your eye health by preventing cataracts and any degeneration from occurring.
- Strengthens immunity
Cabbage contains beta-carotene an oxidant that is converted to vitamin A needed to strengthen the immune system.
Red cabbage also contains vitamin C, which helps in forming white blood cells that fight off infections and disease within your body.
- Healthy bone growth and development
There essential nutrients help build bone marrow in your body and helps in the fight against inflammation, osteoporosis and arthritis.