Health Benefits of Celery Juice

By carolynne
Reviewed: dr. vanta
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Celery juice has a multitude of health benefits, yet it’s a relatively underrated source of nourishment. Just one to two glasses per day of this nutrient-rich vegetable may help boost immunity, aid digestion, strengthen bones, help with insomnia and rejuvenate the skin.

Starting the day with celery juice is an ideal way to kickstart the body. Its low calorie and high water content make it easy to digest, and it’s a fantastic superfood ideal for any diet. From vitamins A, C and K to amino acids, celery juice is jam-packed with goodness.

1. Improves Digestive Function

Celery’s powerhouse of digestive-friendly compounds may help improve mild stomach issues. One glass of juice in the morning can help with bloating, constipation, gastric reflux and water retention. Indigestion and other digestive complaints are often caused by abnormal levels of stomach acid.

Celery is one of nature’s gentle laxatives and contains sodium, which helps promote the production of hydrochloric acid. Hydrochloric acid is a compound produced naturally in the stomach and, together with digestive enzymes, it kills bacteria and breaks down food.

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