According to scientists, cabbage is usually high in phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium, and the outer part of this vegetable (the dark green part) is rich in beta-carotene.
Cabbage is a vegetable rich in vitamins and minerals that can prevent the development of hypertension and strengthen bones. This is reported by Yahoo News Japan with reference to a new study by Japanese scientists.
According to doctors, vitamin U is good for stomach and duodenal health. Vitamin K contained in cabbage has a coagulating effect on the blood and stops bleeding. It also accelerates the healing of injuries. In addition, the vegetable is rich in calcium, which makes them a “building material” for bones and teeth. People who include it in their diet do not suffer from depression – it turned out that cabbage is able to relieve mental agitation and tension.
Cabbage also contains a lot of phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium, and the outer part of this vegetable (the one that is dark green) is rich in beta-carotene. In the human body, it is converted into vitamin A, which is essential for good eyesight, healthy mucous membranes, internal organs, and cold prevention.