Awesome Cabbage Juice!

Jun 27, 2011 by

Awesome Cabbage Juice!

Cabbage is jam packed with nutrients and is one of the most beneficial foods we have.

Main Health Benefits
Ulcers : The most remarkable attribute of cabbage is its power to cure ulcers. In a study conducted in the 1940’where 65 ulcer patients drank 1 quart of cabbage juice a day , 63 patients were cured!
Cancer : Cabbage inhibits cancer development and tumour growth. It blocks the reaction of cancer causing compounds in breast, colon, liver, lung and ovarian cancer.
Digestive System: Cabbage is a superfood for the digestive system. It stimulates the flow of bile, alleviates constipation, cleanses the intestines and enhances detoxification.
Also Beneficial for:
·         Asthma
·         Bladder disorders
·         Bronchitis
·         Colitis
·         Constipation
·         Hair Loss
·         High Blood Pressure
·         Kidney disorders
·         Pyrorrhea
·         Skin Problems
·         Thyroid Gland regulation
Cabbage contains high levels of the minerals potassium, iron, calcium, sulphur, phosphorus and iodine as well as vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, C, E, K and folic acid.
Vitamin A aids in tissue nutrition and rejuvenation.
Vitamin B1 improves nerve function, the absorption of oxygen and the metabolism of carbohydrates.
Vitamin B2 assists cellular chemical action.
Cabbage has an abundance of the sulphur based phytochemicals glucosinolates and isothiocynates, the most famous of which is sulforaphane. They protect our cells from invasion by carcinogens. Cabbage is a rich source of indoles and coumarins, which also block the reactions of cancer causing substances.
The chorophyll in cabbage combats anaemia along with its high levels of the basic amino acid histidine, a component of haemoglobin. Histidine also treats allergies and regulates the T-cells in our immune systems.
Juice it!
Cabbage is a great vegetable to juice and is easy to drink when juiced with fresh orange juice. If you don’t have a good juicer yet, then choose one from our juicing department by clicking this link.
Cabbage sprouts are another way to get the benefits of cabbage and can be juiced or added to salads and sandwiches. Grow them in your Kitchen Garden Sprouting Kit.
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