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Fears About Celery Juice

Celery juice is a miraculous medicinal elixir that’s helping people to reverse chronic disease and symptoms across the globe. People who have been suffering from a range of diseases, conditions and symptoms are finally finding relief.

As I share in Medical Medium Celery Juice: The Most Powerful Medicine of Our Time Healing Millions Worldwide, celery juice can help heal all kinds of health issues, including autoimmune conditions, neurological problems, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, eczema, psoriasis, acne, SIBO, constipation, chronic fatigue syndrome, blood sugar issues, migraines, high blood pressure, addictions, adrenal problems, gout, allergies, weight gain, vision and eye problems, reproductive health issues and more.

And yet, as celery juice becomes more popular, more false information is being spread about it and it’s resulting in some people expressing fears about trying celery juice. It’s important you know the truth about these fears so you aren’t derailed from giving celery juice a fair try and receiving the benefits it offers when you consume it consistently in the way I recommend in Medical Medium Celery Juice.

Let’s consider some of the fears that are circulating about celery juice:

1. Oxalates

There’s an incorrect theory that oxalates can cause illness, especially kidney stones and gallstones, and that people should avoid high oxalate foods.

The truth is oxalates are nothing to fear. Oxalates or oxalic acid, are natural substances found in all fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, herbs and animal products. If you were to avoid oxalates, you would barely be able to eat anything. Even if oxalates were worrisome, celery contains significantly less oxalates than most other common foods. Further, celery juice heals the very problems that people attribute to oxalates, such as kidney stones and gallstones. Celery juice also provides critical phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals and many more unique, beneficial properties you can read about in Medical Medium Celery Juice.

If you are a person who gets kidney stones and gallstones, you’ll also benefit from drinking lemon water, eating more fruit, vegetables and leafy greens and lowering your protein intake. See Liver Rescue: Answers to Eczema, Psoriasis, Diabetes, Strep, Acne, Gout, Bloating, Gallstones, Adrenal Stress, Fatigue, Fatty Liver, Weight Issues, SIBO & Autoimmune Disease for more guidance.

2. Psoralens

These are phytochemical compounds that exist in nearly every fruit, vegetable and herb. They are critical for the immune system and for the healing process. If you hear that psoralens create sun sensitivities or dermatitis, know that this is not true. On the contrary, celery juice is incredible for the skin. To learn the true cause of skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, vitiligo, actinic keratosis, lichen sclerosus, rosacea, acne and other skin conditions, and how celery juice can help them, you can refer to Medical Medium Celery Juice.

3. Salicylic acid

There is a theory that some people are sensitive to salicylic acid in fruits and vegetables. This is another mistake that can prevent people from consuming celery juice and receiving its healing benefits. Medical research and science have not proven this theory and yet it has gained popularity as something to blame for various symptoms and conditions. Celery isn’t even a vegetable—it’s an herb, so it shouldn’t even be grouped in with a vegetable issue in the first place.

Celery is an herbal medicine that helps reverse chemical food sensitivities, which many people develop from gluten, dairy, corn, eggs and soy because these foods feed pathogens and pathogens create inflammation and health problems. The numerous strains and types of bacteria and viruses that are present in our world today is mind boggling. These pathogens are one of the major root causes of chronic illness and autoimmune disease, as I describe in Thyroid Healing: The Truth behind Hashimoto's, Graves', Insomnia, Hypothyroidism, Thyroid Nodules & Epstein-Barr.

The reason so many people have some sort of reaction to gluten, dairy, corn, eggs and soy is that when they eat those foods, they are feeding and strengthening the pathogens in their bodies. Celery juice effectively combats those pathogens and helps heal other food sensitivities.

4. Sodium

Just as not all sugar is the same and not all water is the same, not all sodium is the same either. First, the undiscovered subgroup of sodium in celery juice that I call “sodium cluster salts” salts are deeply hydrating, unlike table salt or even high quality sea salt or crystal salt. Your body, blood, organs and brain crave the sodium cluster salts in celery juice.

It’s important to minimize how much salt you’re having from packaged foods and putting salt on top of your foods, but this salt is totally different to the sodium cluster salts in celery juice. Even the most premium jar of organic salsa or salted nut mix is full of salt that stores itself in cells deep inside our organs, where it crystalizes and essentially pickles and preserves our organs. The salt added to our food also embeds itself in the liver. It takes decades, but it does happen with time. We’re slowly salting ourselves to death in this culture. Suddenly people’s skin starts getting saggy or aging quickly. That’s partly due to a lifetime of salt crystallization that’s built up in the liver and other organs, (which are getting dehydrated to levels you’d never imagine). This buildup becomes toxic over time if we’re not clearing it out.

Anyone who is concerned about salt intake should be limiting packaged food and meals out, but certainly not staying away from celery juice. The truth is celery juice is exactly what someone who has been consuming too much sodium needs. Celery juice helps loosen up and break apart old toxic salt deposits that are crystalized in the liver and other parts of the body. The cluster salts in celery juice attach themselves to toxic sodium and carry those deposits out of the body. In doing so, celery juice frees people from possible toxic salt-based problems down the road.

In addition to clearing out salt deposits, celery juice’s unique properties and its mineral and trace mineral composition are exactly what our blood and cells needs most. Our neurotransmitters also thrive on this special variety of sodium, because the salts contain complete electrolytes, which helps neurotransmitters restore and rebuild themselves.

Celery juice contains complete electrolytes, which makes it the best post-workout drink. It’s the only substance on the planet that has all the electrolyte elements bonded together. Typically, people collect just a few types of electrolytes here and there—maybe they get some from their salad, a few more from a high-quality water and some others from an apple. Those piecemeal electrolytes must then come together by chance to form the building blocks our neurotransmitters need.

This is one reason why people find that drinking celery juice (containing exactly what the neurotransmitters need all in one package) helps dissolve their brain fog and improves their depression and anxiety.

These are just a few of the ways the sodium cluster salts in celery juice bring healing to the body. You can read more about these special healing salts and the other ways celery juice can help you in Medical Medium Celery Juice.

5. Water

One of the myths I’ve heard is that drinking water and drinking celery juice will basically do the same thing: hydrate you. This hydration is often credited for why so many people drinking celery juice are finally feeling better and healing their chronic illnesses and symptoms. While it’s true that celery juice is extremely hydrating, there’s so much more to understand about celery juice so you can know just how different it is to water. The reason all these people are healing is because of what else is in celery juice, not because they are simply more hydrated.

Increasing water intake is one of the first things a health professional will advise someone who isn’t feeling well. And I see people walking around with water bottles all the time, yet they’re still suffering from chronic illnesses and symptoms. Water is certainly not fixing all our health problems.

Celery juice contains water, yes, but it doesn’t even have as much water as cucumber juice, for instance. The water in celery juice is also different, it’s hydrobioactive water. I explain what this water is in Medical Medium Celery Juice and why it’s so important.

Celery juice also contains unique cluster salts, phytochemical compounds, minerals and trace minerals, special enzymes, and multiple undiscovered types of vitamin C. And that’s just for starters. Comparing celery juice with water isn’t even like comparing apples to oranges, rather it’s like comparing apples to meat.

To understand the many healing properties of celery juice and how it can help heal almost 200 symptoms and conditions, check out Medical Medium Celery Juice. I wrote this book so you’d have the truth in your hands now and whenever you need it in the future. Celery juice is a healing tool that’s here for you and your loved ones. It’s simple, but powerful, and shouldn’t be underestimated. You can follow the guidance I share in Medical Medium Celery Juice on how to consume celery juice to ensure you receive its full benefits. Thank you for being here and pursuing your healing. Every step you take towards healing, including reading this article, matters greatly.

This item posted: 06-Jun-2019

 

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