Date: March 18, 2023 Time: 09:41:47
“Cabbage proteins are a source of essential amino acids that are necessary for hematopoiesis,” said nutritionist, doctor of medical sciences, Professor Alexei Kovalkov in an interview with aif.ru.
With frequent use, the choline contained in cabbage normalizes the metabolism of fats in the body, reduces cholesterol levels in the blood, prevents the formation of gallstones.
In addition, sauerkraut contains enough vitamin K, which is necessary for normal metabolism, wound healing, and blood clotting.
“There is also vitamin U. It helps to heal stomach ulcers, duodenal ulcers, ulcerative colitis, gastritis and activates liver function,” added the doctor.
One nutritionist recommended eating around 200 grams of sauerkraut per day; this is the norm for a healthy person.
Earlier, nutritionist Anna Pavlycheva noted that the product is not recommended for people with hyperacidity and stomach ulcers.