Water sticks, aka peanut butter vessels, aka the most boring part of a crudite platter, celery is more of a superfood than it lets on. Following a tip from the controversial, yet enigmatic intuitive healer, the Medical Medium, holistic wellness pro, Elissa Goodman drinks a cup of celery juice every morning to help detox, improve digestion and soak up all the anti-inflamatory glory. Have you tried this? Learn why we’re thinking of following suit and sipping down celery juice daily…

Most of my clients are shocked when they hear me refer to celery as a “superfood.” To most people, celery is a snack covered in peanut butter and fed to kids or the only thing left in your glass after a bloody Mary brunch. But in reality, celery is one of my favorite superfoods — it doesn’t get the attention it deserves.

Celery has so many incredible health benefits that are only magnified by juicing. I began drinking celery juice daily as part of the thyroid recovery regimen suggested to me by the medical medium, Anthony William. After just seven days, I immediately began to feel positive digestive effects, and as time went on, I truly began to feel my gut healing.

Not only is celery high in vitamins and minerals, but it is anti-inflammatory, detoxifying and gut-friendly. So here’s why you should be sipping this unconventional green juice every morning.

Gut-boosting benefits:Gut health is such a hot topic right now… and for good reason! Your gut is connected to so many different aspects of your health, from your mood to your risk of disease. And while I’m a huge supporter of a daily probiotic regimen and can definitely join in on the fermented food craze, I’m always surprised about how often celery is overlooked as a gut healing food. It’s simple, it’s packed with nutrients, it’s cheap (!), but some of its biggest benefits stem from its ability to help those with low hydrochloric acid (HCL) levels and the related digestive issues.

Here’s the deal: HCL – otherwise known as stomach acid – helps to break down the foods you eat, specifically proteins. But when levels of HCL are low – which can happen if you have an autoimmune disease or are chronically stressed – you’ll experience some uncomfortable symptoms like indigestion, acid reflux and even IBS. Essentially, your digestive system is thrown completely out of whack, and you aren’t able to fully digest your food or absorb some of the essential nutrients from the foods you’re eating. But here’s where the healing power of celery juice comes in. Celery contains some important minerals and mineral salts that can help boost digestion, absorption and utilization of the food you eat for the remainder of the day. Plus, when consumed regularly, celery juice can help to gradually increase and restore your stomach’s HCL levels.

The benefits of celery span way beyond just the gut. From the thyroid to the liver, celery can change your health for the better. Other reasons to drink celery juice:

Thyroid cleansing: According to Anthony William, the mineral salts in celery help to fight and cleanse the body of the Epstein-Barr virus, particularly in the thyroid. Celery can also help to boost production of important thyroid hormones in those with hypothyroidism.

Liver detoxification: Celery’s detoxifying properties work to remove bad bacteria, fungi, mold, viruses and other toxins from the liver; the phytonutrients found in the green stalks also can have a protective effect.

Heart healthy: Studies have shown that celery extract consumption can help to prevent stroke, lower blood pressure, and reduce plaque in arteries.

Nervous system support: Celery is a powerhouse for supporting the nervous system. It has a calming effect on the nervous system because of its detoxify properties. It also provides support through its ability to act as a blood purifier.

Anti-inflammatory: Celery contains luteolin, a potent flavonoid, that can act as an antioxidant and calm inflammation.

Celery Juice FAQ

As celery juice has grown in popularity, we’ve received the following five questions frequently!
Here’s what you need to know… 

When should I drink celery juice? Celery juice should be consumed immediately upon waking up on an empty stomach for maximum benefits. It won’t stay good forever,  as fresh juice doesn’t last that long.

How much celery juice should I drink? You may want to start slowly with six to eight ounces and build up to 16 ounces from there. 16 ounces a day is great for most people, those who are hoping to address chronic health issues can consider 24 ounces daily, but should consult with their doctor or a nutritionist.

When will I feel the benefits? You may start to feel the positive changes of daily celery juice consumption in as little as seven days after starting your daily celery-juice habit, but you can continue drinking it for as long as you want. According to celery juice proponent and top wellness blogger, Ksenia Avdulova she experience the following benefits:

My skin feels more hydrated and smooth
I feel less hungry
I feel more nourished
My eyes feel more clear
I don’t experience occasional bloating anymore

Are there any risks associated with drinking  celery juice? Some people may have be allergic to celery. Those who are allergic to celery should clearly avoid the celery juice trend. In our experience, those who drink green juices for the first time may experience a bit of mild digestive upset at first, especially if their not accustom to a clean diet, but within reason, this is normal.

Live Science also shares research from the SF Gate that celery itself, not specifically the juice, could potentially cause goiters if consumed regularly in large amounts. “This is because great amounts of uncooked celery can interfere with the process of iodine functioning in the thyroid. Goiters can cause swelling in the neck, leading to breathing problems and possible hypothyroidism.”

Learn all about autoimmune disease management with Elissa’s guides: what to do after a Hashimoto’s diagnosis,  and how to lighten our daily toxic load.

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  1. Since a juicer is not affordable for me, can one just simply eat the celery and receive the same benefits?

    Lindsay | 04.13.2018 | Reply
    • You’ll benefit from eating celery, but juice is a concentrated form of the veggie so it’s not quite the same thing. Read our story on “juicing without a juicer”!

      The Chalkboard | 04.13.2018 | Reply
    • Hi Lindsay,
      I am in week 2 of my celery juicing. First I was using high speed blender, but then I bought a 2nd hand juicer really cheap so try to search on the internet for used ones. Juicer including washing takes 5 minutes while blender incl cutting into small chunks, pouring through teh cloth an dwashing all 30 min. Good luck

      Anna | 07.02.2018 | Reply
  2. Is celery juice sold in grocery stores?

    Jane Frey | 04.13.2018 | Reply
    • It’s not! But you could ask most juice bars to make this for you easily.

      The Chalkboard | 04.13.2018 | Reply
  3. I am shocked ( in a good way!!) that you are writing about the MM protocol, I have been on the protocols for 5 months and have experienced tremendous results! I got my life back, swear by it! Thanks for the article!!

    Susann Dempel | 04.13.2018 | Reply
  4. I have been drinking celery juice for almost 20 years first thing in the morning. My morning routine is celery juice plus carrot juice and around 7 pieces of dates

    Majid | 04.14.2018 | Reply
  5. I have been drinking warm lemon water for 8 months now. It sure has made a difference in my life!! I thought the taste would be bad, as I could never stand a slice of lemon in water. Guess what it was good from the start! I will not ever go with out it!!

    Lynne Gibb | 04.15.2018 | Reply
    • I also have my lemon water
      Every morning for a yr now, I’m feeling good as a 66 yr old woman
      After 2nd cup of coffe, the lemon water starts to sort of clean me out

      denise | 04.17.2018 | Reply
  6. I’ve read up on this and am so glad to see it here…reminds me to get going! I start each day w a litre of lemon water on an empty stomach. I’ve been doing this for years and am really happy w it…thoughts on doing the celery juice after?

  7. after what time the juice is supposed to be taken

    mary | 04.16.2018 | Reply
  8. I never thought to drink celery juice, it looks like it really does have some good benefits, I think I will definitely be trying this out soon.

  9. So most (or maybe all?) thryroid medications are to be taken first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, then to wait an hour before consuming anything so the medicine gets full absorbed. Is it okay to drink this celery juice that much later in the morning to still have its impact on those with thyroid disease?

    Amalia | 04.17.2018 | Reply
    • I was wondering the same thing!

      Lori | 06.19.2018 | Reply
    • I take my thyroid medication first thing in the morning, then wait (yoga, stretch, write) and have some warm lemon water and then my celery juice, so usually it’s about an hour or so after I wake up that I have it, still on an empty stomach. I think celery juice is absolutely beneficial anytime you drink it! Not everybody has the luxury of spacing things out so much in the morning, so just getting it in your system is going to have amazing benefits!

      Marcy | 07.19.2018 | Reply
  10. Could you supply the link for your story ” juicing without a juicer”? Be intetested to see how this works.
    I agree that really effective juicers are expensive. I feel juicing celery or any other vegetable or fruit is really about getting nutrients into the body in sufficiently large amounts quickly as an aide to healing. Depending on how ill you really are, eating the right foods whole again, should be the real goal. We grow teeth for good reason -to initiate the digestive process where food is first introduced into the body, in the mouth where teeth chew food & saliva is mixed in to help with easier swallowing, all signalling for the release of stomach acids to help that process & with absorption of nutrients. Eating the wrong foods has, in recent times, led to a variety of problems & reduced or annhilated the efficacy of stomach acids. Good health, we often read these days, starts in the gut, but German naturopaths or alternative medicine practitioners have known that for decades.

    Michelle | 04.17.2018 | Reply
  11. If you were to drink a blended version- say celery, parsley, green apple, spinach, ice etc- would you still be able to benefit from the nutrient intake? We don’t have a juicer either, just a blender. . . Will check the juicing without a juicer article also And how much celery would you be juicing to make 6-8 ozs of juice?

    Katie | 04.19.2018 | Reply
  12. I have OAS (oral allergy Syndrome). Can’t eat anything raw.
    Can I cook the celery juice and get the same benefits. I realize I’m in a sort of catch-22.

    Annette | 05.31.2018 | Reply
  13. This is great for me I just started with the celery juice I have fatty liver I am drinking 8oz hope for the best to my next lab work.

    Esther avila | 06.24.2018 | Reply
  14. Hey There, Glad to know by reading your post about Drinking benefits of Celery Juice, hope I’ll try it tomorrow with my Family. can I add some extra ingredients to this recipe Like Honey.? what did you say.? Thanks in Advance

    Andrew Hartness | 07.22.2018 | Reply
  15. my stomach is very sensitive to begin with, can I drink celery juice throughout day (to equal 16 oz.) or will the benefits only evolve if on empty stomach in the AM.

    CALIFORNIA2018 | 08.01.2018 | Reply
  16. Hi!
    In an effort not to wake my kids with the juicer I’m the morning. Can I Juice I’m the evening and refrigerate til the morning?

    Michelle Harris | 08.05.2018 | Reply
  17. From experience, do you drink the celery juice while taking your thyroid meds? I really want to get rid of my meds as much as possible and go natural. Pls enlighten me. Thank you.

    Chai | 08.07.2018 | Reply
  18. How much are you meant to drink each morning? (i.e a shot or a full glass?) and where do you get it?

    annie | 08.13.2018 | Reply
  19. I’ve been blending celery with ginger every morning . I don’t juice . Why is juicing superior ?

    Helen | 08.16.2018 | Reply
  20. Recipe?

    Nan Green | 09.05.2018 | Reply
  21. I have been drinking 16 oz of celery juice on an empty stomach for two weeks now. I notice that this pretty immediately triggers a need to get to the bathroom (in a hurry..), and then for the rest of the day I’v still felt the need to stay close to a bathroom (if you catch my drift). After the first visit to the bathroom (which is only ever slightly satisfying), I have continued to feel crampy and constipated for the rest of the day. Can you advise? Is this something you have heard of anyone else having trouble with? I usually follow up my juice with coffee and breakfast around 15 minutes later. As an experiment, I skipped two days of celery juice and felt much more “regular” on these days. I want to stick with this for all of the touted health benefits, but getting myself on a more “regular” schedule was a major part of the appeal, and I am sadly finding the opposite to be true. Hoping to hear if anyone else has had a similar experience, possibly since I am so new to this?

    Bianca | 09.25.2018 | Reply
  22. Bianca, I am also having a similar reaction! My digestion has been WAY off since drinking celery juice – I’m on day 13. I’ve felt super bloated every day. I also got a cold around day 4 or 5. What the heck? Celery juice is having an opposite effect on me from all the benefits, it seems!

    Mary | 10.01.2018 | Reply
  23. I had the same issue for about 2 weeks! BUT I believe this to be a “detox” phase. I’m on week 4 and I feel so so good. My digestion is fantastic, I have so much energy, no more bloating and my skin is glowing. Give it time, its just your body dispelling junk and healing.

    Madison | 10.02.2018 | Reply
  24. Hello all, I was thinking in mixing celery, cucumber and ginger. what are your thoughts on this? if I do this I will ruin all benefits? please advise.

    hector | 10.10.2018 | Reply
  25. Hi all, I’ve been having celery juice now for 9 days and in the last 2 days have developed a funny back of mouth / throat. At times metallic taste and scratchy like sandpaper when I eat! Has anyone experienced this? Is this the detoxing stage or do I need to see a dr?!?!?

    Mellij | 10.14.2018 | Reply
  26. If drink and u are having all bad side, it means the healing process is taking place.

  27. Yes may have to talking Celery juice slow lly . Start with 4oz then increase it to 8 Oz .Then finallly to 16oz.
    In nature we don’t start running before we crawl.

  28. I have just started taking celery juice, 16 ounces, the juice from one organic celery. It is my 8th day today. I am 81 years old and have suffered from diabetes since 1992. I have not noticed much change in my body yet, may be I have to take it for much longer period. I will take celery juice for a month to see some change in my body. May be I need to share it with someone of similar age to learn how long before I will notice a change.

    Dr.islam ul Haq Chaudhri | 10.30.2018 | Reply
  29. Mmm… I’ve been drinking pure fresh celery juice on an empty stomach every single morning for the last 7 months. I haven’t noticed any changes to be honest. I am sure it can’t hurt though.

    Foffion | 11.04.2018 | Reply
  30. My daily poop became regular since I started drinking celery juice and my acid reflux gone and I don’t get that hungry anymore. I
    Was 104 lbs, lost 2 lbs, and I m not happy because I wanted to be 105 lbs, I am 5 feet tall. What shall I do? I don’t want to lose weight

    Aida | 11.12.2018 | Reply
  31. I’ve been on celery juice for a week and my husband took one small glass on day one and loved how it made him feel so much that he’s joined me on this endeavor! It truly does make me feel noticeably different. Revitalized. And I LOST WEIGHT. Literally done nothing else but add celery juice. I am thinking due to the fact I had low HCL before and wasn’t digesting properly!

    Can’t say enough about this cheap superfood. I am in love!

  32. I have a generic version of the nutribullet, would that work and if so do you add water or anything?

    Drew | 11.19.2018 | Reply
  33. My husband and I are on day 1 of celery juice. My only question is how long do I wait to eat after drinking the juice? Or do I have to wait?

    Zina | 12.05.2018 | Reply
  34. How long after a celery juice can you have coffee or food without decreasing the health benefits of the juice

  35. Zina according to the MM you wait for 15 mins before taking in any other juices or foods after drinking the pure celery juice.

    Danae | 12.11.2018 | Reply
  36. I can hardly wait to experience all of the benefits of celery juicing. But first I need to find or buy a juicer and hopefully today will be day one for me.

  37. I drank organic celery juice for 3 days & I was crashing like I had Narcolepsy every day from 4-8. On the 4th day, I got extremely bad heartburn and major pain in my left ribcage front to back and crashed all evening having really strange dreams and I was much more constipated than usual. What is going on? That kind of heartburn is difficult to stop naturally. Any ideas, I know its working just not sure how to do the whole empty stomach thing with what is going on.

    A. Simpson | 12.16.2018 | Reply
  38. I’ve been drinking celery juice for 2 + weeks now and I feel amazing! I’ve lost 4lbs and my stomach has flatten out. I think most of that was bloat from poor digestion. I ate clean and organic but still had issues. I swear by this! My appetite has been suppressed and my skin seems to look better. I’ve been blending in my Nutribullet but I am considering getting nut milk bags to see if there is a difference with pulp vs. no pulp.

    Lauren | 12.20.2018 | Reply
  39. Do you drink the celery juice before taking thyroid meds? If so, how long do you wait to take the meds?

    Carissa Grodell | 12.28.2018 | Reply
  40. i ate half foot piece of celery, the next day i had terrible abdominal and stomach pain which lasted for 4 fours. After 4 hours of suffering i got fever, but the pain subsided. Then fever was gone after taking tylenol. Shall i continue or celery is not good for me?

    sandeep | 01.07.2019 | Reply
    • Hi Sandeep, we are not equipped to provide medical advice, but each of us are so different, there’s a chance celery is just not a good fit for your body. Alternately, sometimes the body experiences a detox reaction to cleansing green vegetables you could look into that!

      The Chalkboard | 01.09.2019 | Reply
  41. Hi guys,
    I am on day 10 of juicing. I have feel more bloated than I usually do and I am getting severe abdominal on the left side. I have IBS and MS. I am just wondering if the juice is doing me more harm than good. Did anyone’s symptoms get better? Like Bianca stated above I need to get to the toilet straight after drinking the juice and then have cramps and fee constipated for the rest of the day. I really want to continue as the benefits are amazing but worried it may hinder my healing process.

    Melinda | 01.10.2019 | Reply
  42. Good for hypothyroidism but what about the opposite? Will it harm someone who has hyperthyroidism?

    Louise Leetch | 01.16.2019 | Reply
    • Hi Louise, great question – but one we’re not equipped to answer for you. Encourage you to look into that more, for sure. The Medical Medium encourages celery – look in to his site for more info?

      The Chalkboard | 01.16.2019 | Reply
  43. Do you add water or is it pure celery?

    Michelle | 01.21.2019 | Reply
    • Hi Michelle — we recommend pure celery juice (which already has a high water content) to achieve the best results, but as always, listen to what your body needs!

      The Chalkboard Mag | 01.23.2019 | Reply
  44. Can you post scientific reports to validate your claims? Because if you look on Pubmed there is essentially zero evidence pointing to the benefits drinking of plain celery juice everyday. Just curious where you got your info. Thanks.

    Kayla | 02.02.2019 | Reply
  45. I think if you open your eyes and look around you will see gazillions of people are seeing benefits of drinking celery juice. But some people only believe what they want too.

    robert jones | 02.04.2019 | Reply
  46. Search Medical Medium and Anthony Williams. Check him on facebook and Instagram. You will find all the info you need there :).

  47. Anthony Williams is no psychic healer, he is not a doctor, or even a certified dietician! Did he even graduate from high school? No doubt celery is a good vegetable to eat and there are many ways and benefits to detoxing and fasting! Beware.

    Duncan | 02.06.2019 | Reply
  48. Everyone is different and sometimes a certain % of society does not tolerate certain foods. I am on day two and have had 2cups twice and each time I had a effortless bowel movement almost immediately after juicing. What you do and eat after will either help out your success or the opposite. Do your research on gut biome, bio films. It important you to know that you have ecosystem like the jungle inside of you and by you drinking celery juice on an empty stomach you will be upsetting many critters. It’s best to learn about ourselves. Good luck and please be patient and research.

    Sebastian | 02.18.2019 | Reply
  49. You should have two shares now… I agree. Great benefits!! Excellent article. Thank you.

    Michell | 02.24.2019 | Reply
  50. For others, you also may need to get a proper juicer. A slow juicer that is not an oxidizing juicer(not high speed). Like a masticating juicer. And I also like to add cucumber and carrot sometimes. Another thing you may want to add is a little green and/orany Apple and zucchini and long stalked kale but all organic. Cut the stalk off. I soak it after cleaning with water and a small bit of dish soap in a bowl of water with just a little bit of white vinegar. That kills any bacteria or viruses or mold. Even though it’s organic there still might be something on it. Then I let it dry then I juice it. This mixture seems to do the best for me I don’t know about you all but I really like it that I mix it all up really really well and I use a lot of the celery like she said. Add less Kale with thyroid issues. Then juice mix Nd put in jars and drink fresh if possible. Hope this helps.

    Michell | 02.24.2019 | Reply
  51. I suffered from Hyperthyroidism due to stressful situation in my life 3 yrs ago. I also had high blood pressure and was. Dx. prediabetes. Went through tx with many medications. The endocrinologist had planned for radiation and or surgical procedure for the thyroid. Within a month of regular celery, carrot juicing and regular salad in my daily diet; all diagnoses and all sufferings dissappeared. I read most of the previous comments. For those with negative results, well maybe these does not work for everyone but for me, l am a believer.

    Toyin | 02.25.2019 | Reply
  52. hi, I was wondering on the celery juice, does one drink it until they get rid of their health problem or is it a life long thing to do.

    thank you for your answer.

  53. I keep trying to find something to substantiate these miracle claims. Nothing other than celebrity testimonials. Im beginning to wonder if this Medical Medium is a trendy guy who knows how to sell someone something and likely has shares in a celery farm somewhere that needed to move more celery. People without critical thinking are gullible. That being said, I started to try it . After 7 days I noticed constipation from what were very good BM’s. If you look on the website, he talks around using celery juice,but never provides any substantial evidence to back up claims and never any followup or contact info. I gave it a fair chance, but it has to stand on merit.

    Gert | 03.09.2019 | Reply
  54. I have been using the celery juice method for about 4 days, I was too lazy to get down my juicer, But today I took you down I went back to the store and bought more or Organic celery. Tomorrow morning on an empty stomach I will drink between 8 and 16 oz of celery juice with will be juiced through a real juicer. The blender did fairly well, However it did not produce as less liquid even with me adding a little water to It. So I’m guessing my lazy time is over I will use the juicer and I am so blessed to have one. The celery juice has really reduce my waistline in those 3 days I see a difference so continuing it will mean that I will be some kind of sexy by June. That is, What I have deemed as the in a national holiday month. As you probably have figured out that is my birth month. I want to look and feel better in a greater way every day but definitely by June. I am so tired of the scale saying to be continued. So now I’ll get to work a little harder on my workout and on my gut. Well, Happy Celery drinking.

    Constance Jones | 03.11.2019 | Reply
  55. Hi! Just wondering if it has to be organic celery? Will consuming regular celery decrease the benefits?

    Reyna | 03.12.2019 | Reply
  56. Hi, today we juiced a bunch of celery with an apple in the Vitamix along with some some bottled water and it tasted great without straining it. Does anyone drink the juice with the celery fiber unfiltered?

    Paula | 03.19.2019 | Reply
  57. Kayla- unfortunately there are no scientific reports supporting this. No scientific reports supporting this or supporting vitamins. Trial and error. If all of this really worked, doctor’s and pharmaceutical companies would be out of business and we would be in a cancer free world.

    Cami camello | 03.20.2019 | Reply
  58. And yet I still, juice, drink lemon water and I’m going to start drinking celery water. Cant hurt to try.

    Cami | 03.20.2019 | Reply
  59. Unless you want to be drinking a bunch of pesticides with your juice-organic is absolutely necessary. Celery is one of the dirty dozen vegetables that you should always buy organic. It usually is only 50c to a dollar more expensive than conventional. Dr. Jocker talks about juicing celery way back in 2014-don’t think MM came up with this on his own. It can lower blood pressure-so if you have low already-maybe don’t do every day? It is anti-inflammatory has lots of anti-oxidants and a lot of vitamin K (so if you are on blood thinners you might want to think twice because K helps clot your blood. K aslo works to drive calcium out of your arteries and into your bones. If the juice doesn’t agree with you -you could try taking a L-citrilline supplement-I have MS an noticed an improvement with it (along with a lot of other things: gluten free, low dairy, LDN etc)Celery juice is great for healing the gut-I always add some of the pulp back into the juice. I have made celery soup with the pulp-basically just sautee onions add a little garlic and bone broth and maybe some coconut milk to make it more creamy. It could be re-named Anti-constipation soup, so if that’s not your problem….

    Sara H | 03.20.2019 | Reply
  60. I have read all of this and to tell you the truth I did not feel any results with the celery juice. Bought a NutraNinja to do this and drank a lot of celery Juice for 4 days. No running to the bathroom afterwards, no bloating or reduction in bloating. No SUDDEN bolt of energy after drinking it. Not sure what everyone is talking about. Take about 16-20 ounces a morning as soon as I wake up. Replaced my two cups of coffee with this juice so that is a benefit I guess. What’s everyone talking about am I just not as normal as everyone else?????

    NeilJ | 03.21.2019 | Reply
  61. So I would like to take a probiotic, celery juice, and my apple cider vinegar drink every day as a part of my routine. However, each of these are supposed to be taken on an empty stomach. Any tips or example routines on how to make this work? Which order is best? Thanks!

  62. thanks for amazing article thanks so much

  63. great article thanks for you

  64. I’m with Jo—so many things are supposed to work better “on an empty stomach,” but if you ingest all of them, the stomach is no longer empty, right? Any principles to guide choices?

    Sunnie | 04.17.2019 | Reply
  65. I understand the timing thing…I do the celery first, wait 15-30 mins (shower time, etc.), then the apple cider vinegar drink, wait again 15-30 mins. (meal prep, cleaning laundry, driving to work, etc.), then take the probiotic. It works well for my body. Another way I use when I oversleep or something, I take the probiotic before bed. It seems to help me to sleep better — I take a liquid one. The rule of thumb to have an “empty” stomach from solid foods is take it 1 hour before eating, or 2 hours after eating! Then you should be getting best benefits in that the stomach is not busy with digestion, thereby diluting these tonics and all their benefits! I’d rather do these things now and be able to avoid pharmaceutical drugs or something later!! Once you get used to it, its just a schedule change — not be deal!! In fact I stay up on my laundry & housekeeping so much better during my “wait” times!! YaY!!

    Julia Kung | 04.23.2019 | Reply
  66. I have hypothyroidism, Addison’s disease, vitiligo, and because I take steroids now, I have the side effect of being diabetic (steroids increase your blood sugar; I take them twice a day); I have no traces of cortisol. I am up for the alternative of not needing so many meds…will have to do every other days, because Addison’s disease causes low blood pressure. I am eager to start but checking with my doctor on Monday before doing so..always a good practice to check with your doctor’s before changing your diet.

    Kathy M. | 05.10.2019 | Reply
  67. Do you get the same benefits if you mix other vegetables with the celery?

    MARSHA Ross | 05.19.2019 | Reply
  68. I started drinking 16 oz of celery juice on an empty stomach four days ago to heal my gut. I’d been experiencing stomach pain, gas, bloating, belching, diarrhea, and acid reflux. Everything I ate hurt my stomach. My doctor can’t see me right away so I decided to try the celery juice in the meantime. All I can say is after 4 days, all of my stomach issues are gone and I also have a lot more energy and am sleeping better! I’m still going to see my doctor but I’m going to continue with the celery juice.

    Angie | 05.25.2019 | Reply
  69. Anthony Williams? Really? There goes ‘your’ credibility!

    S peters | 06.06.2019 | Reply
  70. My father-in-law who is 92 had got to a point where he had stopped doing all the things that I think kept him going. Took him to acupuncturist, who said he’s not going to get any better unless he does juice of organic lemon with water on waking up, rinsing with clean water, waiting 20 minutes then drinking cold-pressed organic celery juice and waiting another 20 minutes before getting on with his day. Needless to say, we thought this all sounded like a big performance but thought anything was worth trying. Got a cold-press juicer and put the regime in place. After 2 weeks, he is going out, shopping, socialising, talking about things other than himself, walking quite easily without his frame. Says he feels ‘a little better’. Transformation I’d say.

    Simon Butcher | 06.17.2019 | Reply
  71. Wondering if I fast all day and eat one meal a day, will I get the same benefits if I have the celery juice before I break my fast in the evening or should I still have the celery juice in the morning.

    Risa | 06.20.2019 | Reply
  72. Just try to experiment two weeks drinking celery juice like others and see the difference or the after effect to your body system, and then you can decide whether to continue drinking this kind of juice or STOP IT. Remember every body is different. After all, we are still the best doctors for our self.

    Faith | 06.27.2019 | Reply
  73. When you state that celery juice is detoxing the liver- what research are you referring to? any medical evidence? As far as I know the liver detoxes itself, and there is no such thing as detoxing the liver… unless you are heavy drinker and need detox, but that is another story

    xoxo | 07.02.2019 | Reply
  74. I am in Thailand and not able to find organic celery..if I soak it overnight in baking soda or vinegar..will it help

    Julia | 07.15.2019 | Reply
  75. my question is how long do you do this for? for the rest of your life? i have definitely seen an improvement and i’ve been doing it about a month now. i have autoimmune disorders and really bad digestive/bloating problems my whole life. i feel so much better, but this is expensive and takes extra time in the morning, that i don’t always have. is it supposed to be for a certain number of months and then maintenance whenever, or just every day for the rest of your life? nowhere does it really say. if i stop drinking the celery juice, will everything go back to the way it was?

    Amanda | 09.06.2019 | Reply
  76. I have been drinking celery juice 4-5 days a week for about 3ish months… at first I noticed some severe symptoms, too gross to list but along with this tho I noticed some ailments getting a little better . As I’ve continued tho the the severe symptoms seems to b less and less and I really have noticed a lot of digestive help and pains I thought were just part of getting older completely disappear .it is slow process but one I feel that is totally worth it to push through the rough patches . Just look at some of the instagrams pretty indisputable when see some of the physical changes.

    Jason Johnson | 12.19.2019 | Reply
  77. I’ve started drinking celery juice but ; I use a Nutra bullet, I want the fiber. I mix 6 stalks with 32 oz of water which includes my 7 X 16.9 oz of water everyday. My hope is that this addition will be an aide in keeping my cholesterol low. I am excited to learn the outcome as I plan to use this process daily. I also drink 2 cups of green tea with finally grated ginger, juice from 1/2 small lemon, And honey to taste, This has been my treat for many years. I never take anti acids.

    Cynthia | 08.30.2020 | Reply
  78. Juicing seems counterintuitive to me. You use up more produce for a smaller yield, and you lose important fiber, antioxidants and polyphenols in the juicing process. Some say juicing is more beneficial because the nutrients are concentrated. Of course it’s concentrated, because you’re using way more produce to get that concentration. Some say you end up eating more vegetables and fruits by juicing. Well, if you’re not already eating vegetables and fruits the normal way, that’s your choice. My Nutribullet blitzes celery beautifully with a little water without wasting valuable nutrients and fiber. Our bodies know how to utilize nutrients. They don’t need our food to be dumbed down. And why would you exclude the importance of organic celery? If you’re using non-organic celery you may as well forget the whole thing.

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