Celery is a superfood that’s mild enough to drink on its own either as a juice, or as a smoothie. This one ingredient superfood recipe is trending globally for its healing properties.
Best selling author Anthony William is the originator of the Global Celery Juice Movement. He recommends drinking 16 oz. of celery every morning, on an empty stomach. Millions of people who have been drinking celery juice daily found relief and healing from all kinds of acute and chronic illnesses and symptoms, including digestive issues, skin conditions, migraines, fatigue, autoimmune illnesses, brain fog, and hundreds of others.
William advises to drink celery juice on its own, (don’t combine with other fruits and vegetables) or with a squeeze of lemon (calamansi for the Philippines).This is because diluting celery with other fruits and vegetables reduces its potency and absorbability, according to the originator of the global celery juice movement.
How to juice celery:
Wash celery with water thoroughly, making sure any dirt along the stems is rinsed. If you’re not using organic, use a diluted ratio of 1cup vinegar to 4 cups water or scrub the celery with baking soda water. Cut the root ends of the celery juice, keeping only the stems and leaves.
Extract the juice using your Misso Multi. Add calamansi or lemon if desired.
Drink immediately. Take note that storing juices depletes enzymes drastically due to natural oxidation.
Known benefits of celery juice
- Purifies the blood for a healthier heart. Celery contains a compound called coumarins, which promotes the activity of white blood cells to assists the vascular system.This helps the bloodflow, reduces blood pressure and purifies the bloodstream. Celery is rich in Vitamin A, C, iron, and magnesium. This combination helps to nourish and rebuild red blood cells and aids those suffering from rheumatism, high blood pressure, arthritis, and anemia.
- Anti-inflammatory. Celery juices starve internal pathogens that worsen inflammation. This is why celery is so beneficial to auto-immune disorders like diabetes, cancer, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), migraines, vertigo, celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), psoriasis, eczema, acne, lupus, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), gout, bursitis, bloating, intestinal cramping, distention, acid reflux, vertigo, constipation, restless leg syndrome, tingles, numbness.
- Antibacterial. Celery is able to starve pathogens because it contains a multitude of undiscovered mineral salts that act together as an antiseptic. Its naturally occurring sodium actually helps stabilize blood pressure, bringing it down when it’s too high and up when it’s too low. Further, it won’t dehydrate your organs—instead, it clings to toxic, dangerous salts from poor-quality foods and helps draw them out of your body while replacing them with healthier source of iodine.
- Aids digestion. Celery juice strengthens hydrochloric acid and bile production which strengthens the liver, this then allows for better bile production. It also prevents ammonia permeability, which is also known as a “gut-rot,” or putrefaction —which creates ammonia gas, has the ability to float ghost-like, out of your digestive tract and directly into your bloodstream. It can also cross into organs such as your liver and brain.
- Neutralizes and flushes toxins out of the liver. Celery juice’s sodium cluster salts bind onto neurotoxins, dermatoxins, and other viral waste, as well as troublemakers and then draws them out of the liver relieving it while healing it at the same time with its anti-inflammatory properties.
- Helps restore adrenals. The undiscovered sodium cluster salts in celery juice help keep your adrenals stable and functioning which stabilises mood and lessens feelings of anxiety and depression.
Source: Medical Medium by Anthony Williams