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Celery Juice: Amazing 8 Health Benefits

Celery has gained its popularity as a super-food. Celery juice is wonderful juice for all people. It can help to combat a range of ailments, including inflammation, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Celery takes part in the carrot family. Celery and its seeds provide an abundant source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. The celery juice is rich in Vitamin K and it has good amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin C. Also, celery juice is a good source of dietary fiber, pantothenic acid, manganese, potassium, and folate.

Celery juice is low in calories and sugar, which makes it a popular choice for quick and healthful snacks. It is easy to make celery juice at your own home, so do not doubt to add this healthy juice to your daily diet. The celery juice can help your skin to be protected against the UV – induced damage. Also, it has skin healing properties and it can help to clear conditions, like acne and psoriasis. You can drink celery juice in the morning on an empty stomach so you will get the best results. If it is preferable to make the celery juice from organic celery, but it is not mandatory. Here are some health benefits of celery juice:

Celery Juice

Alkalizing juice

 It has been shown that celery juice is one of the most alkaline foods which you can eat. Many studies are said that the alkaline diet can lengthen life and it can prevent chronic diseases.


It has been shown that celery juice has powerful antioxidants and it has cancer-fighting properties. It has a flavonoid called apigenin, which has been shown to kill cancer cells. The celery juice has polyacetylenes which are possessing chemoprotective compounds and they can help to reduce the toxicity while boosting the immunity and it can help to slow down the growth of mutated cells.

Fights infections

Celery juice has powerful antimicrobial properties, which can help in the fight against infections and can naturally boost immunity. Celery juice can reduce uric acid and it can stimulate urine production and is especially useful in fighting bacterial infections within the digestive tract and reproductive organs, helping prevent kidney disorders, bladder disorders, and UTIs.

Improves digestion

The celery juice can help to improve digestion by increasing the circulation in the intestines, getting things going, and moving. Also, celery juice is good for water retention, puffiness, bloating and constipation, because it is acting as a mild, gentle, natural laxative and diuretic.

Aids the liver

In some studies are shown that celery juice can help to reduce the fat build–up in the liver. It has nutrients that can protect the liver and this can actually help the liver to produce enzymes that can help to flush fat and toxins out.

Lowers blood pressure

The celery juice can help to lower high blood pressure by acting as a smooth muscle relaxant. It can help to improve the flow of calcium and potassium in the cells, which will allow the blood vessels to expand and contract with greater ease.

Lowers cholesterol

The celery juice has a compound called BuPh (3 – n – bytulphthalide) which has been reported to have lipid-lowering action and it can reduce the bad cholesterol in the bloodstream.

Heals and activate gut

It has been shown that celery juice can heal and activate the gut by restoring hydrochloric acid. This can help us digest things faster and more efficiently. Celery juice can help to raise the stomach acid and this is very important for breaking down food, especially protein. Celery juice is especially good for people who are on a high protein diet. If your stomach acid is low, then the body needs to use more resources to digest that food, often leaving us feeling tired and lethargic.

It has been shown that celery juice has the ability to significantly replenish depleted levels of gastric mucus which is needed in the stomach lining to heal and prevent ulcers and acid reflux.


Elene Jordanova
Elene Jordanova
Elena Jordanova is a medical researcher from Macedonia with specialization in Internal Medicine


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