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33 Tips, Tricks, and Health Benefits of Celery

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33 Tips, Tricks, and Health Benefits of Celery

Celery is 95% water, very alkaline, and filled with fiber. Its weight loss benefits are well-known, but you would be surprised at its other amazing health properties.

We consider it a powerfood that should be eaten daily.

13 Health Benefits:

1. Celery has blood pressure reducing properties. It contains active phthalides, which relax the muscles of the arteries that regulate blood pressure so the vessels dilate. Phthalides also reduce stress hormones, which can cause blood vessels to constrict.

2. The fiber is very good for weight loss.

3. Celery is purported to be a negative calorie food, which means it takes the body more calories to digest it than the food itself contains. While this is not strictly accurate, a single stalk of celery still has only a few calories due to being full of cellulose. The addition of celery to your diet will help you tremendously with your weight loss efforts. I consider it so important to weight loss that it is an element in my Weight Loss Boot Camp.

4. Celery contains plant hormones that calm and soothe the central nervous system, which will make your losing weight an easier thing to do.

5. Celery leaves are a source of flavonoid antioxidants zeaxanthin, lutein and beta-carotene, which have antioxidant, cancer-protective, and immune-boosting functions.

6. Celery seed is used to treat colds, arthritis, and diseases of the liver and spleen in Ayurvedic medicine.

 

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Diana Herrington

Diana Herrington turned a debilitating health crisis into a passion for helping others with healthy, sugar-free, gluten-free, eating and cooking. After testing and researching every possible healthy therapy on her delicate system she has developed simple, powerful principles which she shares in her recent book Eating Green and Lean, and as host to Care2 groups: Healthy Living Network and Healthy Cooking. She is the head chef at Real Food for Life, where she shares recipes and tips. Sign up for the Real Food for Life weekly newsletter or catch her on Facebook or Twitter (@DancinginLife).

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10:33PM PDT on May 15, 2014

Celery rocks :)

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2:29PM PST on Jan 16, 2014

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6:16AM PDT on Jul 16, 2013

Along with gym you also need healthy food.It has been said that variety is the spice of life, and that is certainly true when trying to eat a healthy diet. No one likes to eat the same thing day after day, and boredom is the enemy of a healthy diet.

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12:36AM PDT on Jun 19, 2013

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3:45AM PDT on Jun 15, 2013

thank you

11:03AM PDT on Nov 2, 2012

TY

3:45AM PDT on Oct 30, 2012

Thanks.

3:39AM PDT on Oct 26, 2012

Thanks

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