Why Celery Juice?
Do you suffer from migraines, depression, anxiety, memory loss, or brain fog? What about ADHD, dizziness, unexplained aches and pains, tingling and numbness, autoimmune disease, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, or Parkinson’s? According to Anthony William, “Toxic heavy metals can cause or play a role in many different chronic illnesses and symptoms”, such as those described above. “Celery juice is a potent tonic that helps disarm the toxic metals so your body can heal”.
Celery is actually an herb, not a vegetable and is a cornucopia of health. It is packed with essential minerals and vitamins such as folate, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and vitamin K and is abundant in enzymes and antioxidants. Plus, it is high in fiber.
Celery juice contains a phytochemical called phthalides, which relaxes the tissues of artery walls. This helps to increase blood flow and lower blood pressure. It also has significant dose of magnesium to boost your energy and aid in muscle recovery after a workout.
Celery juice also acts like a shield for your kidneys and liver, due to its high vitamin C, B, A and iron content. Its diuretic properties help flush toxins from the body. In addition, the sodium, potassium, and water in celery juice will give your skin a radiant glow, keeping the skin hydrated, and helping to eliminate dryness, flaking, wrinkles and breakouts.
Anthony William goes on to say “Celery juice not only disarms the metals, but it also provides the best electrolyte source on the planet. Nothing can surpass its unique blend of trace minerals, which offer all the elements needed by your neurotransmitters (and neurotransmitters play a huge role in brain and body function and mood). Celery juice cleanses your neurotransmitters and hydrates them, rejuvenating them and making them more useful.”
Celery Juice is easy to make. Follow this simple recipe and enjoy good health.
Celery Juice Recipe
½ to 1 bunch of celery cleaned without the leaves (8 oz to 16 oz of juice)
Process through a juicer
Drink immediately on an empty stomach for best results
Wait 15 to 30 minutes before eating breakfast
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