If you've been through this miraculous plant. I've received a lot of questions on the topic of celery juice and wanted to explain my experience so far. first things first, i drink organic celery juice for it's amazing healing benefits, and have been doing so for about 3 months. the @medicalmedium recommends drinking at least 16 oz (2 cups) of PLAIN celery juice first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. i've worked my way up to about 32 oz (4 cups daily), but this has been months to tolerate. brain, glowing skin, my seasonal allergies have improved, so I have less than 80% and they used to be debilitating, and so much more. autoimmune diseases, literally anything – YOU NEED CELERY JUICE. I seriously could not recommend this more, and it's so affordable. you can literally make it in a blender and strain it in a nutmeg bag if you do not have a juicer. another thing i wanted to address is the key. i personally love the taste of celery juice and literally wake up craving it, but it's not always like this. it tastes like watered down celery, i think that's the best way to describe it, but it gets better. alcohol on a regular basis, and i can assure you that does not taste good..but they still do it. if you can not handle the taste. whatever it takes to get it down, just get it done. SIGNIFICANTLY outweigh the taste. i promise you it's life changing. #celeryjuice #kissingglutengoodbye
So, is any of it true? First thing's first: "One food by itself can not cure," says Sandra Arévalo, a registered dietitian nutritionist and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
"However, that's 20 percent or more daily value of nutrients K-it contains 23 percent of your daily value. Which is good, but not great -compared to kale and swiss chard, which has more than 300 percent of your daily value per serving, for example. (Related: 3 Ways to Eat Celery That Do not Involve Ants On a Log)
Celery does a powerful antioxidant kick, too. "Some of the antioxidant properties of celery extract have been linked to increased blood glucose and serum lipid levels," says Arévalo. And, a 2017 review of celery studies found that celery's flavonoid and polyphenol content may reduce inflammation, cancer risk, diabetes, and more.
As for William's claim that you should be drinking 16 ounces of celery juice first thing in the morning to gain the most benefits? Experts say that's largely bogus. Jessica Crandall Snyder, a registered dietitian and nutritionist, says: "You are typically dehydrated in the morning when you wake up, so drinking a big glass of celery juice at Vital RD. In other words, because celery is mostly made up of water, you'd likely experience the same effects simply from drinking good old H20. There is also the fact that it is worthy of attention.
The bottom line? Snyder says-but with 60 percent water content, it's refreshing, and a great way to stay hydrated if nothing else.