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Celery Juice: Info incl. 6 Celery Juice Recipes

Celery juice - all info about the trendy drink

We love celery - always have! Whether in a green smoothie or in cold-pressed juices. But right now a real hype has arisen around the green perennial: The trend was triggered by the American book author Anthony William who claims that fresh, cold-pressed celery juice has numerous positive effects on health. We therefore introduce you to the new, old trend drink in all its facets - from selecting ingredients to the effect on your body and the preparation with a slow juicer. As well as our 6 favorite recipes for fresh, homemade celery juice.

Celery juice at a glance:

Celery juice made from 100 percent celery or celery stalks

What is celery juice made from - the tuber or the stalks?

Celery juice is made from celery and not from celeriac (also known as celery root). Celery is also often called celery stalk or stalk celery. One bunch ususally consists of approximately 10 stalks. When making 100 percent celery juice, only the celery is juiced - that means, dietary fibres are filtered out with a juicer, leaving nothing but pure liquid celery.

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What are the effects of celery juice? Is celery juice healthy?

Raw celery contains a variety of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Among others, vitamin K (said to have a bone-strengthening effect) and vitamin C (strong antioxidant - said to have an anti-inflammatory effect), some vitamin B (important for energy metabolism, among other things), beta-carotene, which is converted in the body into vitamin A (said to be good for the eyes). In addition, there are calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium and phosphorus. In particular, the combination of its magnesium and potassium content in celery juice could be responsible for the fact that it also has a blood pressure lowering effect, as the two minerals relax the blood vessels.

In any case, celery juice is said to have a whole range of healthy effects - including the following positive effects, according to Anthony William:

  • Celery juice is said to be particularly good for digestion and for relieving chronic conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, heartburn, constipation or diarrhea.
  • The highly alkalizing juice is said to alleviate various chronic diseases such as excema, acne, joint pain, rheumatic diseases and autoimmune diseases, especially due to its anti-inflammatory effect.
  • Due to its high content of vitamin K, celery juice is said to strengthen the bones and the heart.
  • Celery juice is said to be blood purifying, detoxifying and blood pressure lowering.

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Drink celery juice daily

Celery juice - the nutrient-rich concentrate

Fresh, cold-pressed celery juice is a way to get the above-mentioned nutrients in a highly concentrated form. Already one glass of pure celery juice à 300 ml is about a whole plant with 10 stalks of celery. Real celery lovers would probably not be able to eat this much celery every day - but they can drink it.

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Celery juice - low in calories and purifying

Since celery consists of 90 percent water, it is one of the vegetables with the lowest calorie content. In addition, due to its high water content, it is suitable for purification or to reduce water retention. Of course, celery juice is a very good option for juice cleanses.

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What does pure celery juice taste like??

Much milder than expected! By filtering out the fiber, celery juice develops a much milder flavor than when eaten raw or drunk in the form of a smoothie. At the same time, celery juice in its pure form tastes a bit salty with slightly bitter notes.

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How much celery juice should I drink a day?

Anthony William recommends drinking about 500 ml, on an empty stomach, daily . Since celery juice can cause (strong) detoxification symptoms such as malaise, headaches, stomach twinges, you should start with small amounts such as 50 ml. If you tolerate this amount without problems, you can increase to 100 ml, etc.

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Personal experience with celery juice: 365 days celery juice

Inspired by Anthony William's book "Medical Medium", Svenja from GrueneSmoothies.com has been drinking 500 ml of pure celery juice every day for over a year. What celery juice experience she made in these 365 days, how celery juice affects her and why she can no longer stop drinking celery juice daily. Read more in her personal experience report:

Svenja juices celery in slow juicer

"Celery juice is in everybody's mouth". Curious, I started drinking 500 ml of pure celery juice daily (on an empty stomach) over a year ago. There was no health condition that prompted me to do so, the positive effects of the juice on body and mind are so great that I have stuck with it to this day.

When I read about the various healing effects of celery juice in the book "Medical Medium" by Anthony William, I started juicing right away. As a passionate coffee drinker, I still start my day with 500 ml of warm water, followed by coffee. About two hours later, I drink the freshly squeezed celery stalks. For 500 ml of juice, a good slow juicer needs about one bunch of celery stalks. You can find out which slow juicer is particularly recommended for preparing celery juice in our celery juice juicer comparison.

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Celery juice - surprisingly mild in taste

I've never been a fan of celery, in any form. After a long search, we have figured out that celery together with pineapple and orange is a delightful combination in a Smoothie. The pure juice seemed to me to become a hurdle in terms of taste. To my amazement, however, pure celery juice tastes very mild, and it was not at all difficult for me to get used to it. In the meantime, I get excited and my heart leaps when I discover the fresh green stalks in the organic food store or on the market.
Sometimes celery is only available in the very thin dark green and leafy variety which tastes really harsh. In that case I like to dilute the juice with cucumber to keep the flavor pleasant. You can find more recipe creations for starting with celery juice here.

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Celery juice in the first days: stomach pinch and dizziness

In the first few days of my celery juice career, I felt slight pinching in my stomach and the feeling of dizziness, which may be related to the detoxifying effect. These symptoms quickly disappeared and by now I can drink up to 1 liter of juice without experiencing any side effects.

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Celery juice as a mood enhancer, for stable nerves and mental clarity

From the first day until today, celery juice has lifted my mood. I suspect it is the strong alkalizing effect of celery that immediately lifts my mood and keeps my nerves stable for hours. I am more mentally balanced, resilient, optimistic and cheerful when I drink celery juice. In addition, celery juice immediately brings me to a state of mental clarity and presence, which is always beneficial.

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Celery juice against "chafing skin" and pain-sensitive teeth

Since drinking celery juice, I feel more comfortable in my skin. My body feels more dynamic and flexible, my skin is more radiant and I noticed that suddenly (after about 20 years) the "chafed skin" on my upper arms has disappeared. I did not expect this effect, but i am very happy about it.
Celery juice has also improved my digestion and significantly reduced my desire for unhealthy foods. My teeth have also become significantly less sensitive to pain.

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Conclusion after 365 days of celery juice: I no longer get sick

Since I have been drinking celery juice, I have not had any illnesses, neither colds, coughs nor any other immune deficiencies. I know from many, many testimonials that celery juice has extensive healing effects in the area of chronic diseases. I can describe tremendous benefits from celery juice, I don't plan to stop drinking it, ever. I would recommend everyone to have their own positive experience with this friendly green vegetable."

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Celery juice tastes best when served cold

Buy celery juice or make it yourself?

If you want to enjoy the full spectrum of nutrients of celery juice, you should prepare celery juice yourself with a nutrient-preserving slow juicerand drink it fresh. The vitamin B and vitamin C contained in celery juice are quickly lost through heating and oxidation. And this is exactly what happens with industrially produced celery juice, which is preserved by pasteurization and often mixed with other ingredients. Another plus point of homemade celery juice: it simply tastes so much better!

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What is the best way to prepare celery juice?

Prepare celery juice with a slow juicer

The best way to prepare celery juice is with a slow juicer. These are juicers that squeeze vegetables such as celery, but also spinach, wheatgrass, root vegetables and/or fruits with a lot of power and a few revolutions per minute in an extremely nutrient-preserving way. This prevents heat-sensitive vitamins or enzymes from being destroyed. In addition, the juicing process in a slow juicer guarantees maximum juice yield and flavor. To do this, wash the celery, chop it if necessary, and place it in the hopper of your slow juicer. Now you press the pieces with a tamper to the pressing mechanism - your juicer does the rest: First it chops the celery and then presses it out with slow rotations against a sieve. From the juice outlet comes 100 percent pure celery juice - free of fibers, because the fiber ends up in the pulp collection container. As a guide: Approximately 1 bunch of celery stalks yields between 350 ml and 500 ml of celery juice, depending on the slow juicer.

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Cold pressed celery juice - fresh from the juicer

Prepare celery juice with a centrifugal juicer

Fresh celery juice can also be made with centrifugal juicers - but not as gentle on nutrients as with a slow juicer. This is because centrifugal juicers, unlike slow juicers, juice at high rotational speeds of up to 15,000 revolutions per minute. Due to the fast rotation, a lot of oxygen gets into the juice, so oxidation occurs. At the same time, the high rotation speed generates heat, which can damage heat-sensitive vitamins and enzymes in the juice.
The celery juice from a centrifugal juicer loses nutrients and, most importantly, flavor. The oxidation of the celery juice is visible, for example, it has a less green and more yellowish-brown color. In addition, you need about a third more celery to produce the same amount of juice with a centrifugal juicer. In our opinion, centrifugal juicers are not suitable for making celery juice, nor for making any other juices. The loss of nutrients and flavor at a comparatively high juicing and cleaning cost is too bad.

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Celery juice juicer comparison: Which slow juicer is best for preparing celery juice?

Celery Juice Juicer Comparison: Which Slow Juicer is Best?

In our opinion, the decisive criterion for evaluating a juicer for preparing freshly squeezed celery juice is the juice yield. The more celery juice a slow juicer extracts from celery stalks, the more efficient and economical it is. This becomes even more obvious if you want to consume about 500 ml of freshly squeezed celery juice every day - as recommended by Anthony William. A difference of 100 ml more or less celery juice yield can make a big financial difference over several months. To get an indication of this, in our celery juice juicer comparison we determine not only the juice yield but also the cost of 100 ml of celery juice of the respective slow juicer tested.

Test basis: 3 test series per slow juicer with 500 g celery each

For each of the slow juicers we tested, we did 3 tests, in which we juiced 500 g of celery each round and determined the juice yield collected in each case. As a comparative value for evaluating the slow juicers in terms of juice yield, we calculate an average value from the 3 test series. This represents the average celery juice yield of 500 g of celery per slow juicer.

On the basis of the average juice yield, we then calculate the cost of 100 ml of freshly squeezed celery juice from organic celery * and conventional celery **. The calculated price for 500 g organic celery and 500 g conventional celery corresponds to the prices on 10.9.2019 at the organic market LPG (Berlin, Germany) as well as at the discounter Lidl in Berlin. Depending on season and availability, these prices may of course vary.

The following slow juicers have been tested so far:

Tabular evaluation: juice yield from 500 g celery

Juice yield from 500 g of celery Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Average
Angel Juicer 422 ml 438 ml 430 ml 430 ml
Omega Juicers MM900 410 ml 402 ml 412 ml 408 ml
Sana Supreme 727 402 ml 397 ml 393 ml 397 ml
Tribest Shine 400 ml 386 ml 397 ml 394 ml
Omega Juicers 8228 391 ml 400 ml 385 ml 392 ml
Greenstar Elite/­Greenstar Pro 369 ml 386 ml 406 ml 387 ml
Sana Juicer EUJ-828/­Hurom HZ Alpha/
Hurom H-AA
377 ml 376 ml 380 ml 376 ml
Kuvings EVO820 365 ml 365 ml 361 ml 364 ml
Kuvings B8200 358 ml 353 ml 365 ml 357 ml
Hurom H-320N 342 ml 365 ml 344 ml 350 ml
Omega Juicers H3000R-F 336 ml 322 ml 336 ml 331 ml
Hurom DU 312 ml 336 ml 317 ml 321 ml
Sana Juicer EUJ-606/­EUJ-707 272 ml 289 ml 317 ml 293 ml

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Tabular evaluation: cost for 100 ml celery juice

Cost of goods for 100 ml celery juice *from organic celery (1.57 €/500 g) **from conventional celery (1.07 €/500 g)
Angel Juicer 0.37 € 0.25 €
Omega Juicers MM900 0.38 € 0.26 €
Sana Supreme 727 0.40 € 0.27 €
Tribest Shine 0,40 € 0,27 €
Omega Juicers 8228 0,40 € 0,27 €
Greenstar Elite/­Greenstar Pro 0,41 € 0,27 €
Sana Juicer EUJ-828/­Hurom HZ Alpha/Hurom H-AA 0,42 € 0,28 €
Kuvings EVO820 0,43 € 0,29 €
Kuvings B8200 0,44 € 0,30 €
Hurom H-320N 0,45 € 0,31 €
Omega Juicers H3000R-F 0,48 € 0,33 €
Hurom DU 0,48 € 0,33 €
Sana Juicer EUJ-606/­EUJ-707 0,54 € 0,37 €

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Test winner: Angel Juicer with highest juice yield

The Angel Juicer lives up to its reputation as the best slow juicer, it scores with the highest juice yield in our celery juice juicer test. With 500 g celery used, an average of 430 ml of celery juice is obtained - the peak juice yield is even 438 ml. The celery juicer recommended by Anthony William - the Omega Juicers MM900 - comes in 22 ml behind with a juice yield of 408 ml from 500 g of celery.
The Angel Juicer extracts a remarkable 109 ml more celery juice on average than the Sana Juicers 606 and 707, which scored with the lowest juice yield! In other words, 100 ml of organic celery juice from the Sana Juicer 606 and 707 cost about €0.54, from the Angel Juicer only €0.37. If you drink the 500 ml of celery juice recommended by Anthony William every day, you save about €25.50 per month in production with an Angel Juicer compared to the Sana Juicer 707.

Price-performance winner: Omega Juicers MM900

The Omega Juicers MM900 is specialized in the production of celery juice. And what can we say: In our celery juice juicer test, the celery specialist extracted the second-highest juice yield from 500 g celery with an average of 408 ml of juice. For us, the clear price-performance winner - because the MM900hds costs only about a third of the Angel Juicer 5500 - the most inexpensive Ange Juicer variant. No wonder that celery juice expert Anthony William explicitly recommends the MM900 as a celery juicer.

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Is it possible to produce celery juice in a high speed blender?

If you don't have a juicer at home, but a powerful blender, you can try your first celery juice experiments with it. This way, you don't have to buy a juicer right away and can first test whether you like the taste and effect of celery juice. Celery juice expert Anthony William recommends the following procedure in his book:

  • Wash celery well, cut off stalks and cut celery stalks into 2-3 cm long pieces.
  • Place celery pieces in container and blend to a puree at medium to maximum speed without adding water. During the blending process, use the tamper to move the blended product toward the blades.
  • Then add the pureed stalks into a nut milk bag or a straining cloth
  • Now squeeze the pureed celery mixture and collect the juice. Done!
  • Best enjoyed immediately to prevent further loss of nutrients through oxidation.

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Why should I look for organic-quality celery?

Conventionally grown celery is contaminated with pesticides; of all vegetables, it is one of the most highly contaminated. We therefore recommend that you use organic celery when preparing your celery juice.

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Celery juice with lemon, ginger and black cabbage

Which is better: celery juice or celery smoothie?

Celery divides opinions on taste: some love it, others can't stand it. The circle of the middle is rather small - that is our experience with celery smoothies. And even for us, who love celery in all its varieties, a pure celery smoothie would be unpalatable. Instead, we like to combine celery in the smoothie with fruits like orange and/or pineapple.

So if you want to consume a lot of celery, for example to benefit from its health effects, we think you can't go past celery juice - as a pure variant or in combination with some fruit or other vegetables. Celery juice simply tastes milder and it is easier to digest than a celery smoothie, due to the fiber that is filtered out.

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Celery juice made from 100 percent celery or celery stalks

6 celery juice recipes to make yourself

Fresh, cold-pressed celery juice tastes much milder than expected, making it great to enjoy straight. However, you can transform the green vegetable with a few fruits, herbs or in combination with other leafy greens to turn it into the celery juice gourmet variant. In addition to the pure classic, including a slightly modified version, we present 4 of our favorite recipes for homemade celery juices with a slow juicer.
Note: Depending on the juicer model, the amount of juice produced can vary by up to 200 ml or more, as the juice yield depends on the device and differs significantly.

Celery juice

100 percent pure
Prep Time 2 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 7 Min
Amount 350 ml
Calories
Cuisine Juice
Author Carla from GrueneSmoothies.com
Celery juice from 100 percent perennial celery
4.72 from 1317 Reviews
 

Ingredients

  • 590 g celery
 

Instruction

  1. Cut off the ends of the celery stalks. Wash the stalks well and cut them into 4-6 cm long pieces.
  2. Gradually add the ingredients to the hopper and push them towards the auger with the compatible tamper. The celery juice is ready when no more juice drips from the juice drum.
  3. Enjoy immediately, or store in the refrigerator for a few hours.

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Celery juice with cucumber and lemon

Sparkling light
Prep Time 5 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 10 Min
Amount 370 ml
Calories
Cuisine Juice
Author Carla from GrueneSmoothies.com
Celery juice from celery, cucumber and lemon
4.92 from 1123 Reviews
 

Ingredients

  • 295 g celery approx. half a perennial
  • 200 g cucumber about half a cucumber
  • 30 g lemon with peel
 

Instruction

  1. If necessary, cut off the end of the celery stalks. Wash all ingredients. Cut the celery into 4-6 cm long pieces and the cucumber into 4-6 cm long quarters.
  2. Gradually add the ingredients to the hopper and push them towards the auger with the compatible tamper. The celery juice is ready when no more juice drips from the juice drum.
  3. Enjoy immediately, or store in the refrigerator for a few hours.

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Celery juice with pineapple, apple, parsley and lemon

With tropical aroma
Prep Time 5 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 10 Min
Amount 400 ml
Calories
Cuisine Juice
Author Carla from GrueneSmoothies.com
Celery juice from celery, parsley, pineapple, apple and lemon
4.93 from 1115 Reviews
 

Ingredients

  • 295 g celery approx. half a perennial
  • 170 g pineapple peeled
  • 17 g parsley
  • 65 g apple approx. half an apple with peel
  • 45 g lemon with peel
 

Instruction

  1. If necessary, cut off the end of the celery stalks. Peel the pineapple. Wash all remaining ingredients. Cut celery, parsley and pineapple into 4-6 cm long pieces. Cut the apple into eighths or to fit the juicer's hopper.
  2. Gradually add the ingredients to the hopper and push them towards the auger with the compatible tamper. The celery juice is ready when no more juice drips from the juice drum.
  3. Enjoy immediately, or store in the refrigerator for a few hours.

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Celery juice with cilantro, lime and zucchini

With exotic aroma
Prep Time 5 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 10 Min
Amount 500 ml
Calories
Cuisine Juice
Author Svenja from GrueneSmoothies.com
Celery juice from celery, cilantro, lime and zucchini
4.96 from 1092 Reviews
 

Ingredients

  • 300 g celery
  • 180 g zucchini with peel
  • 47 g lime peeled + a piece of peel
  • 3 g coriander
 

Instruction

  1. If necessary, cut off the end of the celery stalks. Wash all ingredients. Peel lime and save a piece of peel. Cut celery into 4-6 cm long pieces; quarter zucchini and cut into 4-6 cm long pieces as well.
  2. Gradually add the ingredients to the hopper and push them towards the auger with the compatible tamper. The celery juice is ready when no more juice drips from the juice drum.
  3. Enjoy immediately or store in the refrigerator for a few hours.

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Celery juice with mint, apple, lemon and ginger

With light spiciness
Prep Time 5 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 10 Min
Amount 450 ml
Calories
Cuisine Juice
Author Svenja from GrueneSmoothies.com
Celery juice from celery, mint, apple, lemon and ginger
4.93 from 1130 Reviews
 

Ingredients

  • 300 g celery about half a perennial
  • 150 g apple with peel (medium apple)
  • 20 g lemon with peel (one slice)
  • 10 g mint 1 large sprig
  • 5 g ginger with peel
 

Instruction

  1. If necessary, cut off the end of the celery stalks. Wash all ingredients. Cut the celery into about 4-6 cm long pieces. Cut the apple into eighths or to fit the hopper of the juicer.
  2. Gradually add the ingredients to the hopper and push them towards the auger with the compatible tamper. The celery juice is ready when no more juice drips from the juice drum.
  3. Best enjoyed immediately or stored in the refrigerator for a few hours.

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Celery juice with kale and apple

Green acid-base balancer
Prep Time 5 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 10 Min
Amount 500 ml
Calories
Cuisine Juice
Author Svenja from GrueneSmoothies.com
Celery juice with kale, apple and lemon
4.96 from 1079 Reviews
 

Ingredients

  • 295 g celery approx. half a perennial
  • 200 g cucumber approx. half a cucumber
  • 50 g kale or palm kale, without stalk
  • 65 g apple about half an apple with peel
  • 1/2 lemon peeled
  • 5 g ginger with peel
 

Instruction

  1. Peel and quarter the lemon. Wash the remaining ingredients and cut them to fit the hopper of your juicer
  2. Gradually add the ingredients to the hopper and push them towards the auger with the compatible tamper. The celery juice is ready when no more juice drips from the juice drum.
  3. Best enjoyed immediately or stored in the refrigerator for a maximum of 24 hours.
  4. This recipe was created with the Angel Juicer.

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28 | Comment(s)

11/5/2022
Britta
Hello,
I started this week with the celery juice and I am already thrilled with the effect on my skin and general well-being!
I wonder what I can replace the juice with on vacation. Do you guys have any tips?
LG
Britta
11/7/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Britta,

how nice that the freshly squeezed celery juice is so good for you!
Depending on where you go, you could check if there are juice bars that offer fresh celery juice.
Otherwise, I have no idea what you could substitute celery juice with. Maybe you pack the slow juicer with and juicing on the road ;)

Love,
Carla
9/3/2022
Katrin
Good morning,

should you actually drink the celery juice on an empty stomach, or does that not matter? Is it also possible in the evening?

Many greetings!
9/5/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Katrin,

just try it out. I would only recommend that you make sure that you leave a good distance between the juice and the previous meal - at least 1.5-2 hours - depending on how digestible the meal was.
Also, keep in mind that green juices - including celery juice - can give you energy and possibly keep you awake in the evening.

Kind regards,
Carla
8/5/2022
Wolfgang
Hello,
have been using a juicer from you for a few days and so far I am very satisfied.
Question: Why is the use of the green leafs is not recommended, are there no nutrients?
Before juicing I give the celery a bath in ozone water and I assume that this also eliminates all pesticides.
Thank you for a brief advice.
Many greetings
Wolfgang
8/8/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Wolfgang,

thank you for your question. Our recommendation for omitting the leafy greens is not about nutrients, but about taste. Celery juice is already a taste challenge for many without the leafy greens, and with the leafy greens it becomes even more austere in taste. That's all. And unfortunately, if it doesn't taste good, you quickly lose your taste for it. That's why we don't recommend it.

Kind regards

Carla
6/4/2022
Anja
6/8/2022
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3/10/2022
Angelika
3/16/2022
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1/25/2022
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1/25/2022
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1/10/2022
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1/11/2022
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Claudia
1/11/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
6/20/2019
Mel
Hello, a question I have about the preparation of celery juice: Is it also possible to purée the celery in the Vitamix and squeeze it through a nut bag and get all the nutrients as well? That's how I always drink it…(don't own a juicer jet). Many love greetings! Melanie
9/23/2019
Sabine
Hello Mel,
If you drink the celery juice for health reasons and also want to have the full effect, use the blender – but without water.
6/25/2019
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Mel,

you, of course, can do it that way. But it is certainly something entirely different from pure celery juice. The blender dilutes the celery with water and filtering produces a juice, the juice will obviously be thinner and contain fewer nutrients.

Love, Carla
6/19/2019
Waltraud Tschurtschenthaler
Hi all,
I consistently drank celery juice on an empty stomach for 1/2 year. My bile was filled with sand. The juice caused the bile to clean itself. It still didn't go away without bile colic, but without surgery. I am very grateful for that!
Best regards
Waltraud
6/19/2019
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Wow, Waltraut - we are very happy for you!
It's wonderful that the pure celery juice helped you so much that even a gall bladder operation was unnecessary
All the best for you,
Carla
6/19/2019
Kara
Dear ones,

thank you for your great ideas. I have not tried pure celery juice yet. But celery can frequently be found in our morning smoothie. It has a slightly salty taste and we (my husband and I) like it very much. It's also can be found in the dip for lunch – It rounds out the savoury taste.

All the best and keep up the good work,

sincerely Kara
6/19/2019
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Klara,
thank you very much for the nice feedback. We also find it amazing how mild celery tastes in juice, in direct comparison with a celery in a smoothie.

All love,
Carla
6/18/2019
Röpke
Hello,
i have been juicing apples, carrots and celery together for many years. Tastes great!

Best regards,
Elke
6/18/2019
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Elke,
that is a nice combination. I, personally, love the combination of celery with apple, pineapple, parsley, and lemon!
Best regards,
Carla