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What are the benefits of eating lots of cabbage?

What are the benefits of eating lots of  cabbage?

High fiber: Cabbage and the cruciforms like cauliflower and broccoli, have high fiber content and some degree of anti-oxidant potential. They can be a little constipating and gas producing in some individuals. They are a good addition to a balanced diet. ...Read more

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Does cabbage soup diet makes you look slimmer?

Does cabbage soup diet makes you look slimmer?

Depends: Black clothing or well cut clothes tend to make one look slimmer. Cabbage soup in combination with a sensible diet will tend to make you slimmer. ...Read more

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Does the cabbage soup diet help thyroid issue?

Does the cabbage soup diet help thyroid issue?

No: It won't do anything to help any known thyroid problem. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more

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What are sources of goitrogens other than cabbage?

What are sources of goitrogens other than cabbage?

Lithium: And some other medication. If you eat a proper diet, you probably can't eat enough so-called goiterogens (broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower. Kale, kohlrabi, mustard, rutabaga, turnips and soy products to give yourself a problem. ...Read more

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How does cabbage soup help treat hypertension?

How does cabbage soup help treat hypertension?

Hypertension: Sorry I haven't seen any controlled studies on using cabbage soup to treat hypertension. ...Read more

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Is it true that cabbage worm can't be killed if we cook it or boil?

Is it true that cabbage worm can't be killed if we cook it or boil?

Large Enough to See: If you see a cabbage worm, take it off the cabbage and don't eat it. They are a member of the caterpillar family and are readily rendered inactive (dead) with any/all means that would otherwise kill a caterpillar. You may want to consider "companion planting" as an option to stop the little buggars in their tracks. This will stop them from being so interested in your cabbage. I hope this helps! ...Read more