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July 12, 2009

Vitamins in Green Cabbage

Filed under: cabbages — Tags: , , — TopVeg @ 7:22 am

Green Cabbage is high in vitamin C and folic acid, which means it is good for your health.

A 100gram serving of green cabbage contains:

  • 49mg Vitamin C – which is 82% of the recommended daily allowance for an adult.
  • 75 milligrams of Folic Acid – which is 38% of the recommended daily allowance for an adult.

The darkest green leaves in cabbage contain the most nutrients.

A 100gram serving provides one of 5 a day.  Green cabbage is a great source of vitamin C and folic acid.

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