Did you know the rich red color of red cabbage reflects its concentration of anthocyanin polyphenols, which contribute to red cabbage containing significantly more protective phytonutrients than green cabbage? “Interest in anthocyanin pigments continues to intensify because of their health benefits as dietary antioxidants, as an anti-inflammatory, and their potentially protective, preventative, and therapeutic roles in a number of human diseases.”
Red cabbage is one of the most nutritious and best tasting vegetables around, a great addition to your healthy way of eating.… Continue reading
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Quinoa has become increasingly popular and rightly so. It is one of my favorite grains. It is a complete protein and a good source of calcium, fiber, magnesium and iron. I have also read that it is gluten free and easy to digest if rinsed properly.