Cabbage belongs to Brassica genus plants, which includes kale, broccoli, and cauliflower. Members of the group are referred to as cruciferous vegetables. These versatile vegetables may be eaten steamed or raw, juiced, and fermented.
Cabbage juice is also loaded with nutrients including vitamin K and vitamin C and drinking it is actually linked to a lot of purported benefits such as body detoxification, balanced hormones, decreased inflammation, improved gut health, and weight loss.
Cabbage juice with some green juices may offer some health benefits. Juicing can be a good way to get a high dosage of antioxidants and nutrients in a form that is easy to consume. But, people with IBS and the ones taking particular medications must check with their healthcare provider before considering cabbage juice to their diets.
Once you drink cabbage juice, you should do it in moderation. Since plain cabbage juice has strong taste, consider combining this with some juices like carrot or apple to reduce the bitterness as well as make it palatable.
There are numerous benefits of cabbage juice. In fact, Amanda of Bliss Health Coaching highlights how beneficial cabbage juice for gastritis and ulcers.
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