Celery is from the same family with parsley and fennel, the Umbelliferaefamily. It can grow to the height of up to 16 inches. The white celery is grown shaded from direct sunlight, thus has less chlorophyll, compared to its greener counterparts. The ribs of celery are crunchy and are often used to make soup or salad. It has a salty taste, so celery juice is a good mix with the sweeter fruit juices. Depending on variety, some may taste very salty.
by Aaron Dykes
Celery is one of the most affordable organic produce items, and a powerful superfood that can heal and detoxify.
This simple juicing video will show you how about $1.50 per day in celery juice can boost your diet with essential vitamins and minerals, while helping to improve a long list of ailments including digestive disorders, high blood pressure, arthritis, inflammation, auto-immune disorders, anemia, asthma, skin problems and more.
A recommended dose of 16 oz. of celery juice per day can alkalize the body, flush out toxins, promote white blood cells, purify the blood stream, improve digestion, cleanse the colon and acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory.
Eat your veggies, or juice them and have even more! Organic vegetables are highly recommended to avoid/reduce toxins including pesticides.
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Celery has always been associated with lowering of blood pressure. When combined with other juices, it provides different formula that help other conditions. Recent studies have shown that celery might also be effective in combating cancer. Celery is known to contain at least eight families of anti-cancer compounds. Among them are the acetylenics that have been shown to stop the growth of tumor cells. Phenolic acids which block the action of prostaglandins that encourage the growth of tumor cells. And coumarins which help prevent free radicals from damaging cells.