Bariatric Surgery Success
#86 Celery Juice: Cure-all, Celebrity Crap, or Sound Science?
Who knew that the not-so-popular crudite’, celery, would hit celebrity food status. Celery juice ads serve up promises to treat everything from ADHD to the Epstein Barr virus, acid reflux, gas, acne, urinary track infections and much more. Does this health hack…drinking celery juice daily …really benefit your body?
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Did you know that a case of 18 bottles of organic celery juice will set you back $120? That’s almost $7 per small bottle. From online sites to stores like Walmart and Target, everyone is selling it. Should you drop the $120 bucks for the juice or put your wallet away?
In this episode I'll share and discuss five ways that celery juice can and cannot benefit you:
- Blood pressure
- Weight loss
- Vitamin and mineral content plus a note on Warfarin if you take it
I'll also touch on celery allergies and what to look for.
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