“Celery juice is one of the most profound ways, if not the most profound way, to restore digestive health. It is that powerful.”
You may have heard me talk about celery juice in the past. You may have even heard me mention Anthony Wiliams from Medical Medium. But if you do a search for celery juice, you will find information on all sides of the issue. Here’s your introduction to celery juice, what I like to call “Celery Juice 101.”
If everyone knew all the miraculous healing properties of celery juice, the global community would hail it as a miraculous superfood. The health benefits of celery juice are practically limitless, and it can aid in the healing of a wide variety of health issues, especially chronic illnesses.
WHY DRINK CELERY JUICE?
While you should consume a wide variety of fresh vegetables, celery juice stands alone. Drinking it on an empty stomach will help strengthen your digestion for the rest of the day. Drinking 16 ounces first thing in the morning can solve a wide range of chronic and mystery illnesses on its own.
WHEN SHOULD I DRINK CELERY JUICE?
First thing in the morning is best, and definitely on an empty stomach. You may have to build up to 16 ounces, depending on your body. Some cannot drink first thing in the morning, so drinking it 15 to 30 minutes before consuming something in the afternoon or early evening is another option.
HOW SHOULD I PREPARE CELERY JUICE?
Use organic celery and a juicer. Omega juicers are best when possible. Rinse the celery thoroughly and run it through the juicer. Then drink it immediately for the best benefits. You can run it through a blender with water, but then you will need to strain it before drinking. Adding lemon juice, pink Himalayan salt, cucumbers and other additives are not ideal because they will dilute the celery juice, thus reducing its benefits.
WHO SHOULD NOT DRINK CELERY JUICE?
There is a lot of misinformation out there about celery juice and who should not drink celery juice. While you should always consult with a functional doctor or naturopath (traditional medical doctors are probably going to tell you not to drink celery juice because they are required to prescribe pharmaceuticals for medical conditions), celery juice is safe for everyone to drink (unless you happen to be allergic to celery) including babies, children, lactating mothers, and more.
I would be interested in hearing what your thoughts are about celery juice. Why not give it a try for the rest of the month? I would love to hear about your experience.