Adding raw cabbage to your diet is a proven, healthy, and simple way to lose weight.

Many prominent medical experts and health care institutions in Japan advocate for people with diabetes or obesity to eat cabbage because it supports weight loss and reduces blood sugar levels.

Professor Koichiro Fujita, a prominent figure in immunology, eats a small serving of vinegar-dressed cabbage before every meal, resulting in improvements in body weight, gout, and severe diabetes. Additionally, a respiratory specialist has reported a significant 44-pound (20 kilograms) weight loss over three months by including cabbage in the pre-meal routine.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 100 grams of raw cabbage contains about 30 calories, 0.96 grams of protein, and various minerals—including 42 milligrams of calcium, 13.9 milligrams of magnesium, 27 milligrams of phosphorus, 207 milligrams of potassium, 16 milligrams of sodium, 0.21 milligrams of zinc, and 40.3 milligrams of vitamin C.

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