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The healing power of savoy and pointed cabbage

  1. Savoy cabbage comes in three types. Pointed cabbage, yellow savoy and green savoy cabbage. The yellow is white-yellow in color and green savoy cabbage is simply unmistakably green. In the Netherlands, savoy cabbage is often grown in North Holland. You can also find this in the names of the varieties, many of which contain the name Langedijker. Langedijk is located in the realm of a thousand islands where from way back a lot of coal was grown, which when harvested was sailed with a pram to the exit of the Broekerveiling in Broek op Langendijk to sell them there.


  1. Naming savoy cabbage Tips for eating savoy cabbage Nutritional value of savoy cabbage Coal for severe wounds Coal against cancer Coal good for stomach and intestines

Naming of savoy cabbage

  1. The Latin name of Savoy cabbage is Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. Sabauda. Savoy is a region in Northern Italy and the Savoy cabbage originates from that area. Brassica oleracea is the family name of all types of cabbage. Cabbage comes from the Greek word 'kaulis' which means stalk. All types of cabbage grow on one stem. In English it is called Savoy cabbage and in German Wirsing or Welschkohl. In France they say 'chou de milan', named after the area around Milan where the vegetables originate.

Tips for eating savoy cabbage

  1. Cabbage can easily be used in a salad as an alternative salad leaf. You remove one or two leaves and chop them fine. You can also stir-fry cabbage with a vegetable mix dish for rice, preferably brown rice, of course. You first cook the rice and when it is cooked, you mix it with the fried or stir-fried vegetables. Cabbage can also be used to package other vegetables and put it in a bowl in the oven.

Nutritional value of savoy cabbage

  1. 100 grams of savoy cabbage contains 42% of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamin C and 80% of the RDA of vitamin K. These are particularly high values ​​that many vegetable varieties cannot match . It also contains 18% of the RDA for folic acid and also 18% of the RDA for vitamin A. Vitamin B6 is in our Savoy cabbage with 9% of the RDA. The other RDA percentages for vitamins are 3% or less. Slightly lower percentages apply to minerals. The highest RDA percentage is for the mineral manganese with 8%, followed by potassium with 7%. Other percentages are all 3% or less. Nevertheless, the fact that almost all minerals are represented in Savoy cabbage is a nice fact, because the minerals rarely have nutritional value in themselves, but always need other minerals to fully express their effectiveness in the body.

Coal for severe wounds

  1. Cabbage leaves have traditionally been put on wounds. When someone has had a serious full or accident and, for example, his or her legs are covered with scratches and bruises, the healing process is considerably accelerated if one puts cabbage leaves on them. This is an old feat of medicine that cannot be surpassed even in 2014 by conventional medicine.

Coal against cancer

  1. Cabbage is the healthiest vegetable. The healthiest vegetable is kale. It contains most of the phytonutrients. Incidentally, not all nutrients in vegetables have yet been discovered. Scientists publish newly discovered phytochemicals in vegetables almost daily. Savoy cabbage also belongs to the healthiest vegetables category. Savoy cabbage contains glucobrassicin and indole-3-carbinol or I3C. Both of these substances are known to fight cancer. It can also be reported that coal has a little bit of omega 3 and 6 that, according to Brian Peskin, has great anti-cancer function. He English field with savoy cabbage / Source: Donnylad, Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA-2.0)

Coal good for stomach and intestines

  1. Gastric ulcers are prevented by coal. The glucosinolates with their anti-inflammatory effect are not only good for stomach ulcers, they provide an overall improvement in intestinal health. Savoy cabbage can limit the presence of Helicobacter pylori bacteria in the stomach to non-pathogenic proportions. Not only is cooked cabbage good for the stomach and intestines, drinking cabbage juice also contributes to overall intestinal health.

  2. Gastric ulcers are prevented by coal. The glucosinolates with their anti-inflammatory effect are not only good for stomach ulcers, they provide an overall improvement in the health of the intestines. Savoy cabbage can reduce the presence in d

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