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The healing power of palm cabbage

  1. Palm cabbage is a classic forgotten vegetable. In fact, he's so forgotten that Wikipedia doesn't have a site for it yet; that is to say something in 2013. Nevertheless, the expectation is that this will soon reverse. People are turning away from pesticide-based agriculture, albeit little by little. More and more people have a vegetable garden or buy organic. This can be seen in the large supermarket chains that sell more organic vegetables every year. Palm cabbage is a typical vegetable garden vegetable. It may have been almost forgotten in the Netherlands, but it is eaten all the more in neighboring countries.

Naming palm cabbage

  1. The Latin name of palm cabbage is Brassica Oleraceae. Palm cabbage is a real type of cabbage and is related to the swede, broccoli, kale and mustard plant. In Dutch

Tips for eating palm cabbage

  1. You can use palm cabbage instead of spinach. You can cook the tray for a while, but it is also nice to stir-fry it. The grain is a bit tougher and is best removed. You bake these separately. Cut the grain into small pieces. It is nice to fry it with an onion and garlic on a low heat and keep the lid on the pan for 10 minutes. For flavor you can add some fresh ginger and red pepper. Fresh turmeric

Palm cabbage against cancer

  1. Scientific research from 1994 shows that palm cabbage, together with all other types of cabbage called Brassica oleracea, has a preventive effect against cancer. More specifically, research from 2012 shows that coal has a strong antioxidant effect; they trap free radicals that can lead to cancer. The cabbage types are most effective against cancer when eaten raw. You can also blanch the vegetables, but cooking is not good for the anti-cancer effect of cabbage. Incidentally, these free radicals also cause other diseases such as diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases. Free radicals can arise in the body in several ways. They always arise during the digestion of food and the conversion of substances. In addition, there can easily be a surplus of free radicals due to factors such as environmental pollution, pesticides, tobacco smoke and excessive physical exertion such as top sports performance. Various studies have been done that confirm that coal has a good preventive effect against cancer; both epidemological studies and extract testing. The chemical analyzes support the epidemological studies.

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