Celery — It’s not Just for Bunny Rabbits
The Miracle of Celery Juice
Celery Juice is filled with antioxidant powers, it’s not just my opinion that it can help your overall health.
Some studies have shown that celery can help prevent cardiovascular diseases, jaundice, liver disease, urinary tract obstruction, gout, and rheumatic disorders. Celery can even reduce blood sugar levels, blood lipids, and blood pressure. Celery seeds have even been used in the treatment of skin conditions including psoriasis, and respiratory diseases including asthma and bronchitis. It also has been found to reduce explosive diarrhea, acne, bad breath, crotch stink and ingrown toenails to name just a few. We’ve heard that celery juice has cured alcoholics!!
The Miracle Fruit
Let’s just stop kidding around. Celery is an amazing fruit/vegetable thingy which God wisely made into 85% water. It is stringy and the fibrous nature of the celery stalk can make you choke if you are not careful. Your teeth will be happy you chomped down on a big green stalk!
But can you cook with it?
Certainly! It has been successfully utilized in chili, Hungarian goulash and several kinds of peanut butter treats in Sudan. The pygmies even prefer to use the celery stalks instead of chopsticks!! Watch this video and see more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNEcBbnN0CY
Word on the street lately has been talking about Disney making a patent on the extracted celery juice. Goofy Drinks Celery Juice!! Mickey has a Boner for Minnie after drinking celery juice! It reverses aging in humans and some of the arachnoids necessary for sucking cyst puss. Amazing!
Put down that vibrator and get on the bandwagon of Celery Juice!! OR??
With the celery juice craze in full swing, and endorsed by a stream of eager celebrities, websites and online gurus, the hapless health consumer is unaware of the perils of eating celery in large quantities. This traditional medicinal herb only found its way to the dinner table in the 1820’s. And now there are no less than 16 scientifically proven risks to its excess use. Toxic side-effects are happening, yet users are not aware of their true cause. Possibilities include: — Potentially fatal anaphylaxis (one of the world’s top allergens).- Extreme sun sensitivity, resulting in burns or later skin cancers.- Miscarriages, male infertility and fetal abnormalities.- Suppressed detoxification of the liver and all cells in the body.- Incompatibility with hundreds of medical drugs.- A high source of heavy metals and pesticide contamination-Each issue with a full reference section of related scientific research. After outlining these dangers, the book examines the exaggerated claims, and debunks them one by one. A poor source of nutrition, the medicinal effects of celery and its active ingredients also belong to dozens of other plants, with far less associated risk. This is a cautionary tale that details the real difference between cure and symptomatic treatment, why food and medicine are two quite different things, and how to recognize accurate health claims vs misinformed or misleading ones.