Celery juice is made by blending fresh celery stalks in a juicer, producing a refreshing drink that is often consumed first thing in the morning on an empty stomach as part of a daily health routine. While the scientific evidence for the claims of improved digestion, energy, and skin health benefits is limited, celery juice is known to contain important nutrients such as vitamins A, K, and C, as well as minerals like potassium and folate. Additionally, it is low in calories and high in water content, making it a great choice for staying hydrated and maintaining a healthy weight.
If you’re interested in trying celery juice for yourself, making it at home is simple with a few ingredients. Fresh celery stalks can be blended in a juicer, strained, and enjoyed as a refreshing drink. For added taste, other ingredients like lemon, ginger, or apple can also be added.
Celery JuiceCourse: DrinksDifficulty: Easy
Celery is known to be really powerful to activate your gut, release toxins and heal the body. Think about good digestion and radiant skin. I bet you want to try it now.
1 whole organic celery (12-15 stalks)
3 jars (330 ml)
- Use organic celery, cutting off the base to separate the stalks.
- Wash them in clean water to remove any debris.
- Chop the celery stalks into 3 cm pieces and place them in the juicer.
- Feed the celery through your juicer.
- Place a fine sieve over the mouth of a bowl and pour the masticated celery through the sieve.
- Before pouring into the jars, filter your masticated juice again with a cheesecloth. Use your hands to squeeze the celery juice through the bag.
- Pour your juice into the jars, seal them, and keep them in the fridge.
- And drink one as soon as you can.
- You can use a blender if you don't have a slow-masticating juicer.
- If you can't find organic celery, you can use non-organic celery. Just be aware that you need to wash it very carefully. Celery is one of the vegetables with more pesticides.
- If you want to add extra flavour to your juice, you can consider adding parsley, ginger, cucumber, lemon, cilantro.
- If you are willing to try celery juice, just try it. See how you feel. You will never try, you will never know if it's right for you. Trust your body.