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How much fiber is there in purple cabbage?

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Every 100 grams of red cabbage contains almost 2.1g of dietary fibers. Fiber is essential for stool formation in the body. It also serves as a rich dietary supplement. Other fiber-rich foods include apple fruit, oatmeal, etc.

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1 (one) cup of red or purple cabbage will have about 1.9 grams of fibre. The best part about cabbages fibre content is that it remains high even after it has been cooked. To ensure that the most nutrients are left after the cabbage has been cooked it is best to steam it or to consume in whole with the liquid it was cooked in such as in a soup or stew.
Red or purple cabbage does have the least amount of fibre compared to the other smooth leaf and curled leaf cabbage. White, green and savoy cabbage all contain 2.2 grams of fibre per cup of cabbage.

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It is best for obesity. 2 grams approx per 100 grams

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