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Psoriasis, eat cabbage!

Discover the benefits of cabbage for psoriasis, a chronic skin condition that can cause discomfort and irritation. Cabbage, a vegetable with multiple virtues, has beneficial properties for people suffering from psoriasis.

Due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immunomodulatory properties, cabbage may help reduce inflammation. It also helps relieve psoriasis symptoms such as itching, redness, and flaking.

Rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, cabbage also promotes healthy and balanced skin.


Psoriasis and cabbage: is eating cabbage good for your health?

Cabbage: vegetable with a thousand secrets

In the fight against psoriasis, cabbage is an ally that is easy to grow in different varieties and available in all markets all year round. Cabbage belongs to the Brassicaceae family. The different varieties that we know today were only obtained after several selections and intensive cultivation.

Cabbage does not only have its place in cooking but in other products that we consume on a daily basis such as organic cosmetic products. Also discover our Detox and Zen capsules.


Cabbage: a natural detoxifier

Before you think about applying all kinds of creams and beauty products to your skin, here is a cabbage-based detox tip, ideal for detoxify the body after the holidays. All you need to do is prepare an infusion of cabbage leaves in a liter of hot water.

Let it steep for 10 minutes, then drink it throughout the day. To be repeated daily for a week as annual cures. Thus, you purify your body of toxins and any harmful substances for a healthy and healthy body.

To detoxify the body and improve digestive functions, also consider the nutritional values ​​of whole fruits, just as with the virtues of grapefruit.

Please note: cabbage, is contraindicated with anticoagulants.


kale in makeupCabbage in makeup

Today, many pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies have made kale their basic recipe for making nail polish. It nourishes the nail and makes them stronger but, in addition, it stimulates the production of keratin, the protein that makes up the nails. Furthermore, it improves their general health thanks to its richness in vitamins C, B and K.

Grandma's tip

Always infused, cabbage purifies the skin and regenerates cells for a radiant effect. Boil a bunch of parsley with the cabbage leaves. Simply place your face in front of the tray under a towel and let the steam hit your skin. It's better than cabbage infusion on its own.


What are the properties of cabbage?

Cabbage, a good mood food

Cabbage brings serenityEating cabbage wards off the specter of depression because its leaves are a mine of B vitamins, which balance the nervous system and stimulate the brain. In addition, the carotenoids they contain improve mood, as shown in a scientific study published in the journal “Psychosomatic Medicine”.

They make you more optimistic and joyful. A weapon against winter blues. Cabbage is therefore a weapon against psoriasis, since the latter is often linked to anxiety (see Psoriasis Triggers).

Against psoriasis, cabbage for perfect skin

The sulfur compounds in cabbages, responsible for their particular flavor, detoxify the liver, resulting in fewer pimples on the face. But that's not all. Their vitamin C also has an anti-aging effect: it stimulates the production of collagen and thus slows down sagging skin.

As for carotenoids, they neutralize free radicals and protect against sun damage. Cabbage will help you fight psoriasis, but also other skin problems.

Furthermore, the skin's best ally is undoubtedly red cabbage. Thanks to the cyanidin it contains: this ultra-antioxidant pigment protects cells from oxidative stress.

Cabbage, a slimming allySlimming cabbage

Cabbages provide few calories: 20,3 kcal/100 g of cooked green cabbage and 28,7 kcal for broccoli. In addition, they are abundant in insoluble fiber that fills the stomach and generates a lasting feeling of satiety.

This is why many slimming menus highlight them. But beware of Brussels sprouts. Behind their delicious taste are 6,7 g of sugar per 100 g, twice as much as in green cabbage.

Cabbage for a good dose of calcium

These are the vegetables that provide the most calcium: 58,5 mg for cooked green cabbage, 56 mg for broccoli and 36 mg for Brussels sprouts. Chinese cabbage is the most abundant, with 77 mg of calcium per 100 g.

Ideal for strengthening your skeleton and avoiding osteoporosis, especially in people with lactose intolerance. Especially since the calcium from cabbage is particularly well absorbed: 54% is assimilated on average, compared to 32% for calcium from milk.

Cabbage to boost your immune system

Their richness in vitamin C gives tone and strengthens the immune system. Whether curly or headed, cabbages also provide significant levels of zinc and carotenoids, such as beta-carotene, which boost natural defenses.

A godsend for resisting colds, tonsillitis and bronchitis during the cold season. Goodbye stress that creates psoriasis!

Cabbage as a defense against cancer

All cabbages contain high amounts of vitamin C, a protective antioxidant: up to 60 mg/100 g, almost double that of an orange. And raw broccoli florets, delicious crumbled on a salad, contain 110 mg, or 100% of the recommended daily intake.

These cruciferous vegetables also contain a lot of glucosinolates, substances which promote the elimination of carcinogenic compounds, such as benzene.

Having almost the same virtues as linden, cabbage is a food that has important effects against the triggering factors of psoriasis. So don’t hesitate to consume it.

Furthermore, we also recommend the consumption of prunes for their nutritional values.


Psoriasis and cabbage, which cabbage to choose?

Whether it's green cabbage, kale, red cabbage or Brussels sprouts, each has its own beneficial properties. With their high content of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber, these sprouts can help reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system and promote healthy, balanced skin.

Green cabbage

Rich in vitamins A, C and E, collard greens are known for their antioxidant properties which help protect the skin against free radicals and promote cell regeneration.


With its high vitamin C, folate, and fiber content, kale promotes skin health by strengthening the immune system and reducing inflammation.

red cabbage

As for red cabbage, it is an excellent source of anthocyanins, antioxidant pigments that can help alleviate the symptoms of psoriasis by reducing inflammation and promoting healing of the skin.

Brussels sprouts

Rich in vitamins C, K, and antioxidants, Brussels sprouts also help strengthen the immune system and reduce inflammation, which may help alleviate psoriasis symptoms.

To incorporate these sprouts into your diet, you can eat them raw in salads, add them to smoothies or lightly steam them to preserve their nutritional benefits.

By combining a healthy, balanced diet with the appropriate medical treatments, you can support the health of your skin and improve the symptoms of psoriasis in a natural and effective way.


Psoriasis and cabbage: recipe ideas against skin diseases

When cabbage fights psoriasis, it should be accompanied by a good meal. Here are some good recipes!


Green cabbage with tomatoes and onions


1 green cabbage, 2 onions, 1 large can of peeled tomato, 2 cloves of garlic, 20 cl of water, 1 bay leaf, 1 sprig of thyme, 3 parsley stalks, pepper, salt.

Prep time

Clean, strip and slice the cabbage then peel and chop the garlic and onions.
In a casserole dish, melt the peeled tomatoes with the garlic and onion, then moisten everything with 20 cl of water.
Bring everything to a boil then add the sliced ​​cabbage, thyme, parsley stems, bay leaf and salt.
Leave to simmer for 45 minutes covered over low heat until the cooking juices have almost completely evaporated.
Let's eat


Green cabbage with butter sauce


1/2 green cabbage, 1 carrot, 1/2 onion, 50 g of salted butter, pepper, salt.

Prep time

Clean the cabbage, cut it into 4 and cook in boiling water for 10 minutes.
Slice the onion and carrot very finely and melt them over very low heat in the butter.
Cut the core and ribs of the cabbage, then cut it into strips before adding it to the pan with the rest of the vegetables.
Salt, pepper and mix everything well.
Cook for 10 minutes over low heat, stirring occasionally to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the casserole dish.


Cabbage gratin


1 green cabbage, 2.5 kg of potato, 1 kg of veal, 400 g of tomato paste, 6 onions, 5 cloves of garlic, milk for the mash, butter for the mash, olive oil, pepper.

Prep time

Wash and cut the cabbage into thin strips.
Cook them in a few centimeters of salted water.

Peel and cut the potatoes into small pieces and cook them in salted water.
Peel onions and garlic cloves and cut them into small pieces.
Brown them for a few minutes in a little olive oil.

Season the minced meat and add it to the onions and garlic. Mash well with a fork to avoid large pieces. Leave to cook for around 10 minutes until the meat is cooked through.

When the cabbage is perfectly tender, drain it and add the tomato paste. Season with pepper and salt.
When the potatoes are very tender, drain them and mash them. Add a little milk and butter and season.

Mix the tomato cabbage, meat and puree.
Divide everything between 2 baking dishes and sprinkle with grated cheese.
Place in a hot oven for an hour until the crust is golden brown.


Conclusion on the benefits of cabbage:

In conclusion, cabbage has many benefits for people with psoriasis.

With its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, cabbage may help reduce inflammation and symptoms associated with psoriasis. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, which promotes healthy and balanced skin.

Additionally, cabbage contains phytochemicals that may help strengthen the immune system and support cell regeneration. Whether eaten raw, cooked or in juice form, cabbage can be included in a balanced diet to improve skin health.

However, it is important to emphasize that cabbage should not be considered a substitute for medical treatments prescribed by a healthcare professional. It is recommended to consult a doctor before making significant changes to your diet.

With a holistic approach combining a balanced diet, appropriate medical treatments and appropriate skin care, it is possible to improve the symptoms of psoriasis and promote a better quality of life.


Health passport
Marie Claire


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