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Cabbage Green Red
Cabbage is the flagship of the cruciferous vegetables. One of the best non-fruit sources of vitamin C, it is also rich in folate and fiber, and itís remarkably low in calories.
As early as 1949, researchers were studying the effect of cabbage juice on gastric ulcers. It appeared that the juice helped the ulcers to heal faster. Since we now know that most ulcers are caused by a bacterium, further study is needed to see why the cabbage juice appeared to be so effective, and whether cabbage juice alone possesses the healing property. (Itís possible that a quart a day of almost any highantioxidant vegetable juice might promote healing just as much!) Cabbage has long been recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties and its positive effect on overall health.Nutritional Facts
One cup of shredded raw red cabbage provides 18 calories, 4.2 grams carbohydrate, 1 g protein, 0.2 g fat, 1.4 g dietary fiber, 28 IU vitamin A, 40 mg vitamin C, 14 mcg folic acid, 144 mg potassium, 8 mg sodium, 30 mg phosphorus, 36 mg calcium, and 10 mg magnesium.