What You Need To Know About Celery Juice Trend

Celery Juice is the latest wellness trend that has taken Instagram by storm. Tag #celeryjuice has got already 70000 plus posts. Now even there is  #CeleryJuiceChallenge. So what is this ‘Celery Juice’, Where did it start from and is it that good for health ?

Anthony William, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Medical Medium is the propagator of ‘Celery Juice’. He is been followed by famous celebrities like Robert De Niro, Gwyneth Paltrow and Pharrell Williams. From the time he published through his books the healing properties of celery juice, millions of people from around the world have tried celery juice. People are reporting how simple celery juice is giving them relief from all kinds of acute and chronic illnesses and symptoms, including digestive issues, skin conditions, migraines, fatigue, autoimmune illnesses, brain fog and many more.

How do Anthony William make celery juice?

Ingredients:

1 large bunch of celery (enough to make 473 ml)

Directions:

Blend the celery in a Juicer and drink immediately.

Or one could even chop the celery and blend it in a high-speed blender, strain it well and drink immediately.

How much juice should one drink each day ?

473 ml or 16 oz celery juice a day is ideal to get its health benefits. One could even increase the intake by 24 to 32 ounces a day to get relieved from chronic illness or symptoms. 

Is there any science behind ‘Celery Juice’

Like any other wellness trend, science has not backed this too much. But according to review article on celery published in Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine in 2017, celery is rich in limonene, selinene, frocoumarin glycosides, flavonoids, and vitamins A and C. Celery can prevent cardiovascular diseases, jaundice, liver and lien diseases, urinary tract obstruction, gout, and rheumatic disorders. Research on rats have shown that ethanol extracts of celery leaves increases spermatogenesis and also improves their fertility. Celery reduces glucose, blood lipids, and blood pressure, which can strengthen the heart. Experimental studies even show that celery has antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Moreover, it’s essential oils have antibacterial effects.  In addition according to Anthony William celery has undiscovered sodium subgroups, called cluster salts that have the ability to kill off pathogens.

Final thought

It is good to try out celery juice, but it should be included as part of a healthful eating pattern and should not replace intake of all other vegetables and fruits. Finally no one ingredient can do the ‘magic’.

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