The Power of Celery Juice

Celery is one of those dependable veggies that most often gets taken for granted. The word celery comes from the Latin word celeri which means quick acting, probably referring to the therapeutic properties of this powerful root vegetable. A great base for vegetable juice due to its high water content, celery has been considered a cure-all since ancient times. Besides being extremely hydrating, celery juice is highly nutritious and boasts a good amount of vitamin A, along with vitamin B1, B2, B6, C, potassium, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, phosphorous, and essential amino acids. I consider celery juice a staple in the Raw Girl super power boosting arsenal because it is extremely alkalinizing and can balance out the bodies’ PH level. It provides live sodium essential for the body that is soluble and organic, and is a great juice for athletes because it replenishes electrolytes in the body. Below’s a quick run down of some of the amazing benefits of celery juice:

  • Fights cancer
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Gets rid of LDL “bad” cholesterol and leave HDL “good” cholesterol intact
  • Prevents stress, calms the nervous system and relaxes the body
  • Regulates body temperature
  • Boosts weight loss and reduces cravings for sugar
  • Natural diuretic
  • Eliminates toxins from the body
  • Prevents constipation and reduces risk of kidney, urinary, and gall bladder stones
  • Research has shown celery juice useful in treating numerous conditions such as: arthritis, rheumatism & gout, nerve disorders, blood disorders (such as acne and anemia), respiratory disorders, indigestion, insomnia, kidney and gall stones, stomach ulcers, treating neurological damage from parkinson’s disease and stroke, and more.

    If you’ve put celery on the back burner, I suggest you start showing some celery love. Your body will say thank you. -XoXo Raw Girl

3 Responses to The Power of Celery Juice

  1. Thanks for the reminder to use celery. What recipe do you recommend? Just the celery alone?

    I also know someone who has Parkinson’s. I’m going to suggest his caregiver try this. Thanks!

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