Health and wellness supplier china shares the benefits of cabbage.

The Tang Dynasty “Compendium of Materia Medica” records the benefits of cabbage: “Bone marrow, replenishing the five internal organs and six organs, relieving joints, nourishing qi in the meridians, clear eyes, healthy people, less sleep, strengthening heart strength, strengthening bones and bones, removing qi from the heart. “It can be seen that since ancient times, cabbage is regarded as a healthy food with multiple effects.

Kale is rich in nutrients, low in calories, high in fiber, and zero fat. It is known as the “Queen of Vegetables” and can provide rich iron, calcium, vitamin K and vitamin C. Cabbage also contains alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), an antioxidant that reduces the incidence of diabetes and stroke.

Five benefits of edible kale:

Anti-cancer. Phytochemicals contained in cabbage can be used as important antioxidants and anti-inflammatory to prevent chronic diseases, including cancer and coronary artery disease. Its rich antioxidant ingredients can enhance the detoxification ability of the enzyme system in the body, neutralize the damage caused by toxins to DNA, and prevent cancer cell metastasis.

The latest research shows that eating more cabbage and cabbage can reduce the incidence of bladder cancer by 40%.

 

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Improve stomach ulcers. Cabbage is a natural “stomach dish” with very high nutritional value. Cabbage cabbage is rich in methionine. This ingredient can help the healing of peptic ulcers and improve gastric vitality.

Improve blood sugar and blood fat. Recent studies have found that cabbage sprouts can improve insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes. In addition, a cabbage contains about 7.8 grams of fiber. Sufficient fiber intake can delay blood glucose rise after meals and promote blood fat metabolism.

Prevents macular degeneration in the retina. Retinal macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness in older people over 65 years of age. If you increase your intake of lutein in your diet, you can help prevent the disease. Cabbage and spinach contain lutein. Lutein acts as an antioxidant and can effectively prevent macular degeneration in the retina. Eating these two vegetables regularly can also reduce the incidence of cataracts by 40%.

Maintain bone density. In addition to sufficient calcium and vitamin D to maintain bone density, multiple nutrients are needed to maintain bone metabolism, one of which is vitamin K. Cabbage contains vitamin K, which is a cofactor that assists enzyme synthesis and calcium-binding proteins, and is related to maintaining bone density.

Ingesting 100 grams can achieve a sufficient intake for a day to avoid vitamin K deficiency. In older women, if they take an appropriate amount of vitamin K, their bones will become denser and their chances of fracture will be lower. Therefore, women and the elderly should eat more cabbage.

Since cabbage is abundant in autumn and winter, it is recommended to choose the veins with thin, complete, uncut leaves to avoid nutrient loss; the color is green, which means fresh, and if the leaf edge appears slightly yellow, it may have been cut for a long time. In addition, you can also slap cabbage when you buy it. The louder the sound, the more solid it is. If you ca n’t eat it all at once, it is recommended to use plastic wrap or plastic bags to store it in the refrigerator to keep it fresh.

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