Three Healthy Cabbage Recipes

Shanthi Appelo
Shanthi Appelo

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Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable rich in nutrients like vitamins C and K, potassium and antioxidants – offering numerous health benefits. Low in calories and high in fiber, this versatile veggie can help keep you full while reducing overall calorie intake. Some health benefits of cabbage:
  • Digestive health aid: Cabbage is high in fiber, which supports digestive health and prevents constipation.
  • Immune system support: Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin C, which is essential for a healthy immune system. It also contains other antioxidants like vitamin A and anthocyanins that may protect against free radicals and reduce inflammation.
  • May reduce inflammation: Cabbage is rich in polyphenols, which have anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce inflammation in the body.
  • Supports heart health: Cabbage contains compounds that can help lower cholesterol levels and improve heart health. Its high potassium content can also help regulate blood pressure.
Incorporating cabbage into your diet can provide numerous health benefits. Try adding it to salads, stir-fries or soups for a nutritious addition to your meals. Here are three healthy cabbage recipes to try:
Thai inspired cabbage noodle recipe
This recipe for Thai-inspired cabbage and glass noodles is a comfort dish that can be served on its own or with a protein like grilled chicken or tofu. The cabbage and noodles offer plenty of fiber to boost satiety.
Seared cabbage wedges
This cabbage recipe is perfect for spring, when the cruciferous crop is in season. Seared and roasted cabbage is topped with a protein-rich creamy Greek yogurt-and-bacon ranch dressing.
cabbage salad
This chilled crunchy salad is a refreshing side to any grilled protein. Greek yogurt is combined with honey, garlic and lime for a creamy and zesty dressing.
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