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Celery Juice: Healthy or Hype?

Celery juice lacks fiber

Celery juice lacks fiber

When celery is juiced, the fiber is removed, and fiber provides a wealth of benefits, including sparking weight loss, helping with balancing blood sugar levels, and more.

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Celery Juice: Healthy or Hype?

Celery Juice: Healthy or Hype?

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Celery is not a miracle cure

Phytochemicals in celery can help reduce blood pressure and inflammation, as well as the fight against oxidative stress. You can reap these benefits from celery whether you eat it whole or juice it.  If you don't enjoy this trend, just aim to add more greens in any form to your plate. It will bring similar benefits.

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