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Drinking celery juice before meals helps suppress appetite
Drinking celery juice before meals helps suppress appetite. Low in calories &carbs, celery also helps in the clearing of uric acid from painful joints. Add to stews, in salads, in soups, in cocktail drinks like Bloody Mary's or Virgin Mary's. As a snack try celery and peanut butter or a slather of cream cheese.Celery holds a high nutritional value, so experiment with celery. Lowers BP, fights cancer, lowers cholesterol, rids the body of excess fluid. It helps curb your craving for sweets.
Celery Juice Helps Curb Your Cravings For Sweets & More
Eating celery reduces high blood pressure & clears uric acid from painful joints. Celery also helps the kidney, has anti-cancer compounds & has has almost zero calories, plus it can neutralize acidity in the stomach. The leaves atop the celery stalk are edible and are a great source of magnesium and vitamin A, so chop up those leaves into soups, salsa, egg salads,leafy salads, juice some, or snack on celery stalks with Peanut Butter and save the leaves for other dishes.
When eating celery, don't throw away the celery leaves, eat them. Use them in soups, salads, etc. Also, cut off the tops of the celery stalks ( with leaves) and boil in water. Drink as a tea or in a glass of water when cooled. Eat the cooked celery, the leaves aid digestion and adds to the number of cups of water you drink in a day. The shorter stalks will fit in the salad drawer much better too.
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