Cabbage~about 15 Calories A Cup Can Help Stabilize Blood Sugar
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People wrinkle their nose at the word cabbage but eating cabbage slows the rate at which sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream, so good for diabetics & dieters. Packed full of nutrients it is also known to fight cancer cells&can detoxify your bloodstream. High in water content definitely a weigh-loss food. Cabbage soup will help restart anyone who has plateaued. Ever heard of the cabbage soup diet, yep it works in the short term. Or just try 1/4 steamed head with caraway & a little butter
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