The cabbage is native to Europe. There is evidence that the Celts, Greeks and Romans and consumed, and the latter used it to losproblemas intestinal, lung, and to increase milk in mothers who were breastfeeding. There is also evidence that led explorers to America to plant your vegetables and legumes. What is not known is if it already existed, because land was a genre called American quelites, which encompassed a very lot of indigenous wild vegetables consumed. Brussels Sprouts are native to northern Europe, particularly in northern France and Belgium, hence the name, by Brussels, the capital of Belgium. And these need a cold, wet weather to be cultivated. The countries that consume it are: France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and the UK. Cabbage belongs to the Cruciferae family and is grown in fields. There are many species of this genus, but of the same family we have Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. They need a temperate climate. They all contain sulfur, which is a potent antioxidant.