General Info: SAVOY CABBAGE AUSTRALIA
In recent years, SAVOY CABBAGE has become a superfood called "The Queen of Green Vegetables" due to its longevity and cancer and other effects:
1. Helps strengthen bones
Few people know that SAVOY CABBAGE has many times more calcium than milk. SAVOY CABBAGE and oranges are considered to be one of many fruits and vegetables that are high in vitamins that help strengthen and protect bones.
SAVOY CABBAGE is full of nutrients, such as quercetin - which helps fight inflammation and prevents the formation of artery plaque, and sulforaphane - an anti-cancer compound. Anti-inflammatory foods may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and arthritis. A serving of cooked SAVOY CABBAGE can provide about 10% omega-3 fatty acids to help fight inflammatory diseases.
3. Detoxify the body
This low-fat, low-fat food can be eaten raw in salads or smoothies. Because of its extremely high vitamin content, SAVOY CABBAGE is considered a god of detoxification and nutritional supplement for the liver. When the liver is not working properly it can affect all other organs in the body, including the heart and brain.
4. Improve eyesight
SAVOY CABBAGE contains lutein and zeaxanthin compounds, carotenoids that help protect the eyes when exposed to ultraviolet rays. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that people with a history of eating lutein-rich foods like SAVOY CABBAGE had a 22% lower risk of cataracts. Dietary antioxidants, such as kale, play a role in preventing cataract in later life or the risk of macular degeneration.
5. Enhance brain health
SAVOY CABBAGE contains 7% of your daily iron needs. Iron helps form hemoglobin, which helps transport oxygen to cells, important for muscles and brain. Omega-3s in kale are good for the brain, helping memory and behavioral function - according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. In addition, sulphorophane enhances thinking ability, especially after brain injury.
How to use: Wash before processing, Can be used as stir-fries, soups
Storage: Preserving in dry, cool place