Celery Juice is having its moment in the sun. Its had celery-brity backing from none other that Kin Kardashian who swears by it for helping with her skin condition. Mrs Kardashian West posted on her Instagram stories that @medicalmedium recommended celery juice to treat psoriasis.
She’s not alone either. Celebrities such as Lea Michele from Glee and Kyle Richards from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills also endorsing the benefits of the green power juice.
New York Times best-selling author and originator of the Global Celery Juice Movement, Anthony William (aka @medicalmedium) comments, “If people knew all the potent healing properties of celery juice, it would be widely hailed as a miraculous superfood.”
If you want to be like Kim juice a full bunch of celery, drink on an empty stomach first thing in the morning and wait 15-20 minutes before consuming anything else. If neat celery juice is not to your taste, try one of our juice recipes – Celery, Pear and Ginger Juice and Celery, Spinach and cucumber juice. Or you can simply crunch it and take some of that all-important fibre in at the same time.
With its distinctive flavour and satisfying crunch, celery is a fabulously healthy snack or ingredient, perfect for use in salads, soups, casseroles and more.
At its summer peak from mid-June onwards, this great British vegetable is quick and easy to prepare, whether it’s being paired with mini-cheese for your kids lunchbox snack or a baked camembert for drinks with friends – making it the perfect choice for the busy modern lifestyle.
Packed full of recipe ideas, fun facts, health information and more, this website’s the destination of choice for all things celery, so whether you’re already a fan or are simply keen to learn more, read on.