Red Cabbage Boosts Red Blood Cells

By : | 2 Comments | On : February 1, 2019 | Category : DAILY BREAD BLOG, Our Daily Bread, Vegetarian, Your Daily Bread, Your Daily Bread

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Renata’s Red Cabbage Stir Fry Recipe

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If diversity leads to better outcomes, then what could be better for your health than eating a diverse array of vegetables? Each one does its own little job, and red cabbage is boosting your body’s blood while also tasting and looking fabulous.

One of my favorite websites is World’s Healthiest Foods. Visually stunning and totally cheap, WHF states that “the anthocyanins in red cabbage are a major factor in the ability of this cruciferous vegetable to provide cardiovascular protection, including protection of red blood cells.”

The taste of this gorgeous globe of purple power is fabulous simply stir fried with its colorful complementary friend, the humble carrot. Check out today’s recipe on Renata’s Kitchen. You can omit the curry and simply enjoy the sweet and sassy flavors that these veggies have to offer your palate and your blood cells.

Your Cheerful Red Cabbage is:

  • Loaded with fiber
  • Cheap!
  • High in Vitamin C
  • High in Vitamin K
  • Good source of Vitamins B6, B1, B2
  • Hydrating
  • Very low in calories
  • Gorgeous color makes a splash against the cold white snow!

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I impute a great Part of our diseases in England to our eating too much Flesh and too little Bread.

-John Locke


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  1. posted by Sophie on February 1, 2019

    I totally forgot how amazing this is!! I Need to make this this weekend.

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    • posted by Renata (Renee Gough) on February 1, 2019

      I actually made the humble white cabbage tonight. The house smells amazing! I braised the cabbage with Vidalia onion and a cup of water. Then I added 6 sliced cloves of garlic. Overflowing with fiber here tonight!

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