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Come over at 10:30 AM EST today and let’s see what Celery does for the body. Truly amazing. The miracles are right here, living, growing, being available to us on the daily basis. Let’s take a good advantage of them. Waiting is not an option here!

As children, we may vehemently avoid a wide array of foods that are truly packed with nutrition for the bodies that crave it. But we do need to respect those moments and hope that when we grow up we will reconsider our positioning on the foods that we oppose. It has been studied why we as children may not “like” certain foods.

The discussion is around certain sensitivities, allergies and our bodies trying to tell us that certain foods raise risks for it. That is why some children could be capricious and strongly opposing certain foods. It is coming from their brain, not because of their “bad” behavior.

As we grow older and cross different stages of our lives – 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and so on, – we do need to push more RAW foods into our system. One of the major reason is that our bodies accumulate a ton of toxins during the life span. These toxins may be the culprit of inflammation and a wide array of diseases that can persist in the body.

Celery is one of the foods that is underestimated in its value. Yet it is the green raw gem that is rich in fiber, vitamin K, minerals, has anti-inflammatory properties and is ridiculously low in calories!

I have had an experiment for myself to eat at least 3-4 green stocks of celery a day for a week and observe my body’s reaction to such change. The way I felt the changes in my physical body were no less than refreshing and spectacular. I would like you to try this yourself and see what happens.

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  1. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

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    What is your favorite vegetable(s) that you indulge daily or at least 4-5 times a week?

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    Since my “celery experiment,” I eat this green veggie 5 times a week as a minimum.

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    • Katrina Angele says

      I am one of those people that grew up being a picky eater and I’ve never out grown it. Celery makes me gag. I know it’s so good for you! I can finally eat it cooked in a soup or stew but am very far away from being able to eat it raw.
      I do like some veggies though. I love broccoli, asparagus, artichoke. I eat broccoli the most…raw and cooked.

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    Celery Is Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties

    Celery is loaded with antioxidants, which fight free radicals and help the body manage oxidative stress. What’s more, recent studies have shown that celery can promote healthy levels of inflammation. Managing oxidative stress and inflammation is important for virtually every aspect of health.

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    Celery I High in vitamin K + Good Source of FIBER

    Fiber’s a nutrition all-star, promoting regularity, digestive health, weight management, blood sugar management, heart health, and more. Celery isn’t bursting at the seams with fiber, but it is a good source, providing 1.5 grams per 15 calories.

    Celery is an excellent source of vitamin K, which plays an intricate role in blood clotting and is important for bone, heart, and blood vessel health.

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    • Katrina Angele says

      Since I’m not a celery eater I have been drinking a kale drink (gag…lol) which is another good source of vitamin K. I will have to push my fiance to eat it more often. And keep attempting to get my son to try it.

      • Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

        I started on celery with the “bad taste” on my part. But I found a way to like it. And now – wow, I can eat it, eat it, eat it without any dip. I do not need a dip!
        I just have a stock and eat it.

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    CELERY Is Heart Healthy!

    With its fiber, vitamin K, and antioxidant content, it’s no surprise that celery helps protect heart health. In fact, with its cholesterol- and blood pressure-lowering compounds, celery may help maintain cholesterol and blood pressure within healthy ranges.

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    Celery Is Low in Calories + High in Versatility!

    For starters, forget the idea that there are “negative calorie” foods. That said, a cup of celery contains a measly 16 calories, making it the consummate low-energy-dense foods (LEDF), which allow you to eat more food (which helps you feel full) yet fewer calories.

    There are so many ways to incorporate this root vegetable into foods. Of course, you can eat it raw, and I’ll share one of my favorite ways next. But I also like to dice it up in chicken, tuna, and egg salads.

    Celery is also a fundamental ingredient in the classic mirepoix, a mix of diced veggies (usually also including onions and carrots) that’s used for making stock, soups, chili, roasts, and more.

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    • Katrina Angele says

      Now that’s something I can work with, using it to make a nice stock. I can enjoy it that way. I was even able to eat the stuffing this year that had celery added at Thanksgiving. That’s a biggie for me!

      • Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

        Use celery in may ways and enjoy it. The “secret” is in frequency of using that all good stuff. Every day is a good one!

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    Vitamin K – Some Reminders for You – CLICK HERE

    We have been through the discussion of a Vitamin K. But when we see information more than once, we remember better, thus, have a higher chance of using such information in our daily life.

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    • Katrina Angele says

      Always love going back to read great information. I had missed this day so there was some new to me info in there. Thank you!

      • Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

        That’s why I am here to support you and others.
        Repetition, reminders are things we cannot underestimate!

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    Celery Benefits for Your SKIN

    Eat celery and enjoy the benefits that will show up in your SKIN!

    – Skin clears up: due to fiber and a rich mineral collection in the celery juices, the skin has a natural way of getting rid of toxins and the byproducts from the nightly rejuvenation process.

    – Skin is Nourished: yes, delivering a wide array of vitamins (vitamin K included) and minerals to the cells allows the skin to feed itself starting from the cellular level. When there is everything it needs for building up new cells – the entire organ, your skin, benefits in spades!

    – Skin looks and feels Firmer: without proper water content in our cells, skin looks sluggish. Eat raw veggies that have a high content of water in them, and you will reap off the benefits of a luxuriously looking skin.
    Plus, the water content in celery does deliver a rich mineral and vitamin content to the cells – what a benefit!

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