I tested making Celery juice and also (tasted) drinking the juice for weeks.
And I have a video to share below this post. (I used the footages on my first 2 celery juicing. Still clumsy but eventually had the grip. No, I stopped filming and instead enjoyed making the juice and drinking it too!)
According to our source on nutrition celery juice without the fiber packs more nutrients per serving than celery stalks.
About 1 cup (240 mL) of celery juice provides:
Protein: 2 grams
Carbs: 9.5 grams
Sugar: 5 grams
Calcium: 8% of the Daily Value (DV)
Magnesium: 7% of the DV
Phosphorus: 5% of the DV
Potassium: 14% of the DV
Sodium: 9% of the DV
Vitamin A: 7% of the DV
Vitamin C: 16% of the DV
Vitamin K: 74% of the DV
It’s also rich in many other nutrients, such as zinc, copper, folate, biotin, other B vitamins, and numerous antioxidants.
Having stated the list above, there is controversial belief as some people assert on its effective cure to health conditions involving or related to acne, cancer, thyroid issues or obesity.
If still in doubt of the claims better research more or consult a professional doctor or health nutritionist before going on a celery juice diet. It is good practice getting a professional advice.
But back to juicing, if ever you attempt to make one make sure to juice only organic produce which can be sourced thru trusted outlet, market or supplier. It should (label) specify the produce is really organic.
If you know, or have an idea or direct knowledge it was grown with much of fertilizer and pesticide, never mind making a juice out of it. Of course genetically modified celery is not recommended. Just because.
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