Why Celery Juice Might Be Good For You
From a vegetable that’s synonymous with being bland to the must-have juice for 2021, celery has seen quite the glow up. But is it good for you?
The celery juice that’s attracted recent fad-health-fame is made from pure juiced celery stalks that have had their fibrous pulp removed before drinking.
Is celery juice good for you?
Generally, it’s a yes. Whilst there might not be lots of research into whether all of the health claims are true, it’s still safe to consider the juice a healthy drink.
When celery is juiced and the fibrous pulp is removed and it’s drunk by itself, the drink seems to come into full force. Even though combined green juices or vegetable juices that include spinach, kale and apples have their own health benefits, the advice seems to be, keep them away from your celery juice.
Celery juice is full of potassium and vitamin K, more so than tomato juice and carrot juice, but it does lack in other nutrients commonly found in juices and smoothies.
Health benefits of drinking celery juice
Whilst most of the stories are anecdotal, the juice is believed to boost digestive health, help autoimmune disorders and skin conditions psoriasis and acne, alleviate chronic fatigue symptoms, acid reflux and even aid weight loss.
Keep your health questions coming our way!
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.