Cabbage is vegetable that usually added in soup, this food contents larges amount of Vitamin C, glutamine and amino acid. Actually, the health benefits of cabbage is very famous, but nevertheless this type of vegetables are rarely added to our daily menu.

Cabbage is abundant is Vitamin C. You will be surprised to know that it is richer in vitamin C than the famous oranges. We know that vitamin C is one of the best anti oxidant, reduces free radicals in your body which are the basic causes of aging. It also helps repairing the wear and tears in the body. Thus it is very helpful in treating ulcers, certain cancers, depressions, for strengthening immune system and fighting against cough and cold, healing of wounds and damaged tissues, proper functioning of nervous system and thereby help curing Alzheimer’s disease etc.



Here are more Health and Nutritional Benefits of Cabbage 

Being rich in vitamin A, cabbage is said to be very good for your eyes as well as your skin.
Cabbage contains phytonutrients that help the body in fighting against the free radicals responsible for damaging the cell membranes. At the same time, phytonutrients aid the production of enzymes that help in detoxification.Cabbage has been found to be associated with lower incidence of cancer, especially lung, stomach and colon prostate cancer.
The vegetable is very good for building of muscles and thus, getting a healthy body. This is because it is rich in iodine, which is necessary for proper muscle development.
Researchers have proved that fresh cabbage juice helps in the healing of stomach ulcer.
Fresh cabbage juice comprises of sulfur and is thus, very effective in the treatment of fungus infection. Gastritis is also effectively treated by cabbage juice.
Cabbage has been related to lowering of serum cholesterol.
The vitamin B in cabbage helps in sustaining veracity of nerve endings as well as boosting of energy metabolism.
Red cabbage contains an antioxidant known as anthocyanin. This antioxidant is believed to be helpful in protection of brain cells and thus, in the avoidance of Alzheimer’s disease.
Cabbage also contains lots of vitamin C and vitamin D. The former helps in the burning of fat, while the latter helps maintain skin vigor.
Sulforaphane, found in cabbage, augments the production of antioxidant and detoxification enzymes in the body.
Cabbage contains lactic acid that acts to disinfect colon. Lactic acid is also a significant source of energy for the body. It even helps reduce soreness of muscles.
Drinking 25-50 ml of cabbage juice helps treat headache, asthma, bronchitis and digestion problems.
Cabbage is known to have detoxifying properties. It purifies the blood and works to remove toxins from the body. The vitamin C and sulphur present in cabbage accounts for its detoxifying qualities.
Free radicals and uric acid, which are identified to be the main cause of rheumatism, gout, arthritis, renal calculi, skin diseases, eczema, hardening and de-colorization of skin etc, are also removed from the body due to cabbage consumption.
Cabbage is an anti-inflammatory vegetable and therefore, drinking its juice, retrieved from the stems, is an effective remedy against ulcers.
Cabbage also contains chemicals that inhibit tumor growth and protects cells from free radicals.
Some of the chemicals contained in the cabbage are also believed to accelerate the body’s metabolism of estrogen and therefore reduce the incidence of breast, uterine and ovarian cancer.