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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 22.8.2023 at the organic market LPG (Berlin, Germany) as well as at the discounter Lidl in Berlin. Depending on the season and availability, these prices can of course vary. Additionally, we have noticed that for celery, prices are usually per piece, and the offered quantity for the same price can vary greatly from stalk to stalk.


Quality of the celery stalk as a factor for more juice yield:

In addition to the slow juicer used, there is another factor that affects the juice yield when making celery juice: the selection and quality of the celery stalks.

  • Genuine celery: For our celery juice juicer comparison This is in the crisp fresh state very productive in the juice yield. If, alternatively, only the less water-rich green of the celeriac or even chopped celery is juiced, the juice yield is considerably lower and is likely to deviate significantly from our test results.
  • Very fresh celery: In our celery juice juicer comparison, we also make sure that the celery used is in a very fresh quality. This allows us to extract the maximum amount of juice from the stalks. If the celery is already slightly wilted when purchased or dries out due to incorrect or too long storage at home, the juice yield is also likely to be significantly lower than in our test series.
  • Storage tip: It is best to wrap the celery stalks in a damp kitchen towel and store them in the refrigerator.

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
Kuvings REVO830 413 ml 397 ml 395 ml 402 ml
Sana Supreme EUJ-727 402 ml 397 ml 393 ml 397 ml
Tribest Shine Kompakt-Entsafter 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
Hurom HZ Alpha/
Hurom H-AA
377 ml 376 ml 380 ml 376 ml
Kuvings EVO820 365 ml 365 ml 361 ml 364 ml
Sana Juicer 606 with celery juice end cap/­Sana Juicer 707 with celery juice insert 362 ml 350 ml 367 ml 360 ml
Kuvings B8200 358 ml 353 ml 365 ml 357 ml
Kuvings AUTO10 349 ml 351 ml 350 ml 350 ml
Hurom H-320N 342 ml 365 ml 344 ml 350 ml
Hurom DU 312 ml 336 ml 317 ml 321 ml

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Tabular evaluation: cost for 100 ml celery juice

Cost of goods for 100 ml celery juice *from organic celery (2.58 €/500 g) **from conventional celery (1.33 €/500 g)
Angel Juicer 0.60 € 0.31 €
Omega Juicers MM900 0.63 € 0.33 €
Kuvings REVO830 0,64 € 0,33 €
Sana Supreme EUJ-727 0,65 € 0,34 €
Tribest Shine Kompakt-Entsafter 0,65 € 0,34 €
Omega Juicers 8228 0,66 € 0,34 €
Greenstar Elite/­Greenstar Pro 0,67 € 0,34 €
Hurom HZ Alpha/Hurom H-AA 0,69 € 0,35 €
Kuvings EVO820 0,71 € 0,37 €
Sana Juicer 606 with celery juice end cap/­Sana Juicer 707 with celery juice insert 0,72 € 0,37 €
Kuvings B8200 0,72 € 0,37 €
Kuvings AUTO 10 0,74 € 0,38 €
Hurom H-320N 0,74 € 0,38 €
Hurom DU 0,80 € 0,41 €

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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 Hurom DU, which scored with the lowest juice yield! In other words, 100 ml of organic celery juice from the Hurom DU cost about €0.88, from the Angel Juicer only €0.60. If you drink the 500 ml of celery juice recommended by Anthony William every day, you save about 41 € per month in production with an Angel Juicer compared to the Hurom DU.

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
4.69 from 1388 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
4.91 from 1136 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
4.92 from 1128 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
4.95 from 1098 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
4.91 from 1148 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
4.95 from 1084 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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174 | Comment(s)

8/15/2023
Marion
I read a question in the comments:
Has the Sana 707 been tested with the celery juice cap?
I have the Sana 707. Can the mentioned cap be purchased separately?
How and where?
Best regards,
Marion
8/16/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Marion,

Thank you for the suggestion. The current test results were obtained using the regular cap. Therefore, the celery juice cap should further improve the results.

You can purchase the celery juice cap here: Sana Celery Juice Cap

Best regards,
Carla
8/14/2023
Elli
Hello,

Celery juice has been a part of our daily breakfast routine for almost four years, including with leafy greens. Slowly easing into it helps to get used to it.

Your test results on juice yield are from 2019 and therefore not up to date. Wouldn't it be in the best interest of the customers to update the results, especially considering any modifications made by the manufacturers to the juicers? (For example, we have the Omega 8228, which had a better yield for us at home compared to the MM900 recommended by AW).

Especially considering the fact that prices for organic celery have "exploded" in recent years, this would be a great help.

Wishing you a lovely summer and warm regards,
Elli
8/17/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Elli,

Thank you for the feedback. Indeed, the celery prices are from 2019, and we will update them shortly.
However, we have been continuously adding new models to the juice yield table in recent years.
The difference between the MM900 and 8228 was minimal for us, and it's possible that you obtained more juice with the 8228 because different celery stalks were used.

Best regards,
Carla
8/14/2023
Markus
Hello everyone,
It's great that you conducted a slow juicer comparison test. It's a shame that you didn't include the Kenwood Slow Juicer in it. I believe that Kenwood kitchen machines are widely used. And who wants to have another big machine like the Omega in their kitchen when they already have a Kenwood? Interestingly, I have been dealing with the topic again in the last 1-2 weeks and have now ordered a Kenwood Slow Juicer... I already have a Kenwood centrifugal juicer, but of course, it is not suitable for celery for various reasons and doesn't extract juice as well. I had bought a small slow juicer from Betty Bossi here in Switzerland. However, its overheating protection turns off quite quickly, depending on the celery... so now I need something better...
8/10/2023
Birgit
Hello Carla, yes, it is a vertical juicer (ps. both bought from you).

Best regards,
Birgit
8/10/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Birgit,

I briefly consulted with our customer service, and the behavior you described should not actually occur.
It would be best if you contacted our customer service with a video of the process or a photo of the screen.

Best regards,
Carla
8/7/2023
Birgit
Hello,

I use the Omega Juicer, and I have been using it for 5 years. In the first 3 years, I used it every day, but now I use it every few days. I like to juice different fruits, vegetables, and herbs. However, I often encounter problems, especially with carrots, cilantro, and mint.

With carrots, after the third carrot, I can't add anything else into the feed chute because a kind of puree forms from the carrots, which then gets pushed back up through the feed chute, causing a blockage. I have to remove the juicing housing to clear the "puree" from the feed chute so that I can continue juicing celery, etc. This is not ideal because it makes the juicing housing dirty and difficult to open.

Even with mint, cilantro, etc., while no "puree" forms, parts of the leaves get stuck on the juicing auger or come out and fall into the collection containers. Do you have any tips on how to do it differently?

I also have the Vitamix, and I could try making juice with celery, apples, and carrots in it. However, this would result in vitamin loss, and I would need to add liquid to the high-speed blender; otherwise, it won't work. Note: I always cut the carrots into small pieces, as well as the herbs.

Thank you very much.

Regards,
Birgit
8/9/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hallo Birgit,

To help you, I would need some more information: Do you have a vertical or horizontal juicer? It sounds like you have a vertical juicer...

Best regards,
Carla
7/3/2023
Jürgen
Just drank for the first time the juice pure, which I had pressed in my new slow juicer. A friend gave me the tip, which I see once every few years and always looks immaculately radiant. Well, the taste was enough to make my toenails pop. But it's going through now. I will try the different recipes and am curious whether the effect of the cleanse, which I have set off times to four weeks.
7/4/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Jürgen,
thank you very much for your comment. Certainly you have to get used to the pure taste of the celery juice. If you don't like it very much at the beginning, then add a little lemon or some apple.

Best regards,
Carla
6/12/2023
Ingrid
We like to drink it pure.
But only organic celery and freshly juiced.
Sometimes we mix it with carrots in equal parts.
We do the whole thing as an early summer cleanse.
Kind regards
Ingrid
6/14/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Ingrid,

thank you very much for your comment. Your early summer cure sounds great!

All the best for you,
Carla
6/12/2023
Danie Seema Krishan
I just bought the Omega MM1500 last week and am already very excited. I am currently making my own lemon ginger shots and am thrilled.
I am still waiting for my organic celery delivery.
I bought it in bottles for now. Yummy
6/14/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Danie,

thank you for your comment and enjoy your new slow juicer!

Kind regards,
Carla
2/20/2023
Inka
Hello,
no - I have not yet drunk a celery juice pure, but I will definitely try that and am very excited.
Thanks for the great recipes from you, the smoothie recipes I have already tried. Taste all good and saturate also super.

Kind regards.
Inka
2/21/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Inka,

thank you for your comment and also for the nice feedback on our smoothie recipes.
Are curious how you taste pure celery juice and gets. If that's not for you, be sure to try the blended recipes - my favorite: celery with pineapple, apple, parsley and lemon. Could I get into it :)

Love,
Carla
1/14/2023
Lars
Hi!
Thank you for the exciting Juicer comparison.

Was the Sana EUJ 707 tested with the celery juice insert?

Kind regards
Lars
1/17/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Lars,
thank you very much for your comment.
Indeed, the celery juice test on the Sana 707 with the celery juice insert is still pending. But am now already pretty sure that he will make a jump to the first third :)

Love,
Carla
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?

Kind regards!
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.
Kind regards,
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
Hello everyone!
I would like to know whether I can drink celery juice during breastfeeding without hesitation, or whether the breast milk is too heavily contaminated by toxins.
Do you have any reliable info on this?
Thank you very much and best regards!
6/8/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Anja,

thank you for your question. Unfortunately, I cannot give you a general answer. Please clarify this with your doctor or therapist.

All the best for you,
Carla
3/10/2022
Angelika
Hello dear ones,

I use the Sana Juicer Omega 606 for celery juice. For almost three years, I have been juicing a piece of ginger root together with celery every morning. It's a great way to start the day. And all of this instead of coffee, it's truly liberating. It's incredible how many secondary plant compounds are present in ginger-celery juice. Pure life force! Regarding juice yield, I can also say that it can be easily increased by juicing the pulp again.

Thank you for your informative website. Best regards.
3/16/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Angelika,

Thank you for your comment. I can understand you well :) - I like celery juice mixed with apple, lemon, and a little parsley.

Best regards,
Carla
1/25/2022
Anne Durm
By the way, I will already be turning 75 this year and I am a diabetic. Even at this age, it's worth switching to this healthy lifestyle. I'm as fit as a fiddle.
1/25/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Anne,

Once again, fantastic :)

Have a great day,
Carla
1/22/2022
Anne Durm
Hello dear ones!

Today I want to share my thoughts on celery juice. Ever since I received your email, I started drinking it right away. Of course, I thought it wouldn't work for me because in the morning, on an empty stomach, I always drink 500ml of lukewarm water, a habit I've had for about 15 years. Then I set the breakfast table and have my 3 cups of coffee, accompanied by just one apple, which I've been doing since the birth of my oldest son in 1967. Because of that, I thought it wouldn't work. But then I read that someone from your team, I believe it was Carla, drinks the pure juice about 2 hours later. So now I do that too, and it works wonderfully. Since then, I have been sleeping wonderfully at night. It's a relief in addition to all the already known benefits of pure celery juice. 500ml.
1/25/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Anne,

Thank you for your comment. That sounds very interesting, and it's great that you have been able to sleep better since drinking celery juice. It's also nice that you only had to add it to your routine :)

All the best to you,
Carla
1/10/2022
Bianca Schettler
I drink celery juice with 1/4 beetroot.
Delicious!
1/11/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Interesting - it gives a bit of sweetness from the beetroot, but also earthy notes. A splash of lemon juice could be a nice addition.

Best regards,
Carla
1/10/2022
Claudia
Hello,
I try to drink celery juice from the slow juicer at least 2-3 times a week :-)
My favorite combination is with celery stalks, apple, ginger, and lime.
Best regards, Claudia
1/11/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Claudie,

The combination is brilliant!
Best regards,
Carla
11/1/2021
Kerstin
Hello, I have the Wartmann high-speed blender - can I use it to make celery juice, in combination with a nut milk bag? Or is a slow juicer absolutely necessary for celery juice?
11/4/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Kerstin,

Thank you for your question.

You can definitely try making celery juice with your Wartmann blender - there is also a guide available, see here.
However, if you plan on drinking celery juice regularly, I would recommend using a slow juicer for the process.

Best regards,
Carla
10/24/2021
Michael Maardt
Incredible work, especially the "Tabular Evaluation: Juice Yield from 500g Celery" - just what I was looking for. Thank you very much.
10/25/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Thank you for the feedback!
Best regards,
Carla
8/26/2021
Simone
Hey, where do you get fresh organic stalk celery 365 days a year?
8/26/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Simone,

In Berlin, we can usually find celery stalks available throughout the year. While the milder variety of celery may not always be available, we haven't experienced any major shortages. However, for our celery juice extractor test, we have also purchased celery stalks online from this website and were impressed with the quality.

Best regards,
Carla
8/3/2021
Ilona
Hello everyone,
can I use my JTC OmniBlend V blender for making celery juice as well?
Best regards,
Ilona
8/3/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Ilona,

You can give it a try. You can find our celery juice preparation instructions for blenders here.

Best regards,
Carla
7/21/2021
Ursel l.
Hello Carla,

I tried celery salad once, but I wasn't very impressed. However, this year I decided to give it another try with self-grown stalk celery, and... it was a complete success! So far, I've been using 2 stalks with leaves in my smoothies. After reading your latest article about celery juice, I decided to give it another go and found that the juice I make with my E310 blender, by blending it with a small amount of water and then straining it through a nut milk bag, tastes much better than the juice from store-bought stalk celery. The freshness of the vegetables is clearly noticeable. I'm so glad I have an abundant supply of it in my garden.

Best regards,
Paul
8/3/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Ursel,

It's wonderful that you were able to succeed with the celery juice after all. We're glad to hear that you enjoy it and we envy you for having fresh stalk celery from your own garden :)

Warm regards,
Carla
7/19/2021
Paul
So you're throwing away the important fiber during the juice preparation! In my opinion, this is a big mistake, as our bodies need the fiber that is lacking in industrially processed foods! Your gut won't be happy about it!

Best regards,
Paul
8/3/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Paul,

Thank you for your comment.
Of course, we don't solely rely on freshly pressed juices ;) For example, in green smoothies, the fiber is retained, and overall, we prioritize whole and fiber-rich foods. However, we definitely don't want to miss out on freshly pressed juices as a nutrient-rich energy boost.

Warm regards,
Carla
3/22/2021
Anonym
Hello everyone,

I have a few questions about celery juice.
I've been using the Vitamix Creations from you for some time now and I'm really happy with it. That's why I started making celery juice with it, as I don't really have the space for another appliance, even though it would certainly be much more convenient to just let the juice flow into the glass instead of squeezing it through a nut milk bag. But for now, since it's only one serving per day, it doesn't bother me that much.

So here are my questions:
1. Will I lose more vitamins, etc. by using the high-speed blender compared to a slow juicer?
2. I'm a bit confused about the type of celery. I thought there was only stalk celery, but now I've also read about blanched celery. What is the difference in terms of health benefits and taste, apart from, I assume, a lighter color?
3. If I understand correctly, it's best to drink the juice immediately after preparing it and not, for example, prepare it for 2 days and then store the second serving in the refrigerator until the next day. This means a loss of vitamins, right?
4. Is it better for health to drink celery juice pure once you have gotten used to it, possibly mixed with other ingredients? Or does it make no difference in terms of the impact, for example, whether there is still some orange or lemon or ginger added?

That's it for now!

Thank you for a brief feedback,
Evelyn
3/23/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Evelyn,

Thank you for your comment and your questions.

Regarding question 1: I cannot provide you with any "official" nutritional information. However, I believe that a slow juicer extracts celery more efficiently compared to the method of blending (chopping) with a mixer and then manually squeezing it through a nut milk bag.

Regarding question 2: Blanched celery is the light green stalk celery that is grown in a way that prevents light from reaching the plant during its growth. That's why it is lighter in color compared to stalk celery that is exposed to light. Personally, I find that blanched celery has a much milder taste than the deep green variety. I cannot say for certain if the two varieties have different nutritional content. I could imagine that the chlorophyll content in blanched celery is significantly lower than in the deep green stalk celery.

Regarding question 3: It is always best to drink the juice immediately after preparing it. Storing it for more than 8 hours will result in significant oxidation and nutrient loss. It may also affect the taste.

Regarding question 4: I cannot answer this question definitively. If you follow the opinion of Anthony William, then drinking celery juice pure is recommended for maximum health benefits - ideally 500 ml per day. However, everyone reacts differently, and some people may find that adding a bit of lemon or cucumber works well for them. Personally, I don't enjoy pure celery juice as much, so I always drink it mixed with other ingredients. But I don't follow Anthony William's program either.... :)

Best regards,
Carla
3/9/2021
tim
Hello,

I tested celery juice for about 2 weeks in a mixture with spinach, beetroot, and carrot. The result was that I couldn't sleep anymore. Even when I drank the juice in the morning (before 10 am), I would stay awake for a long time and couldn't transition into the deep sleep phase. Do you have any experience with this? Does celery juice have an energizing effect that prevents sleep?
3/10/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Tim,

Thank you for your comment. Hmm, I'm actually a bit puzzled - I haven't heard or read anything about insomnia in relation to celery juice. In fact, celery and beetroot are rich in potassium and magnesium, which should promote relaxation. Since you drink the juice until 10 am, I don't believe it would have an effect on your sleep at night.

Best regards,
Carla
2/15/2021
Birgit
Hello everyone, I came across your website today. Very interesting articles. Does celery juice also help reduce belly fat? Or would a smoothie with the full fiber content be more effective?
2/16/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Birgit,

Both celery juice/green juices and green smoothies are valuable in our view because they provide us with an extra dose of natural nutrients every day. If you consume a green smoothie or celery juice as a meal replacement, for example, instead of breakfast, it may help with weight loss. However, I cannot promise that this will directly result in a reduction of belly fat as it is ultimately very individual.

Best regards,
Carla
1/9/2021
Ulrike
Thank you for the great contribution. I will go and buy celery right away :-)

Do you have any ideas on what to do with the pulp? I have had a Philips juicer for many years, but I rarely use it because I always felt bad about throwing away all the pulp.

I recently got a Vitamix 750 from you, so I might be able to use some of the pulp there, but I would greatly appreciate any further tips (especially since my family doesn't accept celery in their smoothies ;-) ).

Thank you in advance!
2/10/2021
Alexander Zugmaier
I always give the pulp to my chickens.
2/10/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Great idea - that should result in delicious eggs :)
1/11/2021
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Ulrike,

You can use some of the pulp, for example, in vegetable patties or, as you suggested, add it to your smoothies. Additionally, you can also use pulp for composting or as animal feed.
Feel free to search the internet for more ideas.
Best regards,
Carla
12/26/2020
Sabine
I thought that the juice should be consumed pure without any other ingredients.
12/28/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Sabine,

Anthony William does recommend pure celery juice as a "healing remedy." However, since pure celery juice may not be to everyone's taste, we have also developed recipes that combine it with suitable fruits and vegetables. This way, you can gradually get used to the taste.

Warm regards,
Carla
11/10/2020
Simone
Is there a difference in the effect if I mix celery juice with other vegetables or fruits? It is recommended to drink the juice pure.
11/10/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Simone,

Thank you for your question. Anthony Williams does indeed recommend drinking celery juice pure. Following his approach, it can make sense and be consistent. However, he also mentions that it's okay to mix in some lemon or apple to help adjust to the taste.

I always believe that it makes the most sense to try things out for oneself - especially to observe any potential differences in the effects.

Warm regards,
Carla
8/10/2020
Floßmann Elisabeth
Dear Svenja,

You mentioned that thin celery stalks with lots of leaves often have a stronger taste - unfortunately, we usually only find thin, leafy celery stalks available for purchase here! Even in organic quality, it's not always available. Since I don't really enjoy the taste and the spiciness of celery causes issues for me (mucosal problems due to Sjögren's syndrome), I can only drink the juice every few days and in small quantities of 100-200 ml at most. However, the books by Anthony Williams and your reports sound so promising that I want to try if I can do something good for my health. - Since fruit acids are also problematic for me, the delicious variations you describe are unfortunately not suitable for me. But what I wanted to ask you - are wide, leafless, and organic varieties really much milder? That would be a relief for me! Then I would only need to find a suitable "supplier" ;-)!
Thank you for your response!
Best regards,
Elisabeth
8/11/2020
Svenja von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Elisabeth,

Thank you for your comment.
Indeed, the so-called "blanched celery" does have a significantly milder taste. However, it still retains the characteristic celery flavor ;)
If you have sensitivities or intolerances to celery, I would also advise against consuming it. But ultimately, the decision is up to you.
Warm regards,
Svenja
8/5/2020
Josef
I prepared fresh celery juice and filled it into a 1L bottle. After just 2 days, the liquid separated from the green part. Is this normal?
8/6/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Josef,

Thank you for your question.
Yes, that is normal. I would recommend not storing the juice for too long - a maximum of 24 hours. Even then, it may separate slightly, so be sure to shake it before consuming.

Best regards,
Carla
8/4/2020
Josef
The recipes are fine, but the measurements are not reasonable.
Ingredients:

295 g celery, approximately half a stalk
200 g cucumber, approximately half a cucumber
50 g kale or Tuscan kale, stems removed
65 g apple, approximately half an apple with skin
1/2 lemon, peeled
5 g ginger, with skin

295 grams of celery stalks, absurd!!!
8/5/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Josef,

Thank you for your comment.
Feel free to adjust the measurements to your liking.

Enjoy experimenting!
Carla
7/31/2020
Annemarie
Can I soak celery in baking soda water for 30 minutes to remove pesticides? I don't always have access to organic celery.
8/3/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Annemarie,

Honestly, I can't say with certainty how effective baking soda water is specifically for celery.

However, I would advise caution. Some people seem to have trouble with celery juice, and when asked, it was often found that non-organic celery was used.

Warm regards,
Carla
8/3/2020
Annemarie
Thank you for your response. I have been drinking green smoothies for 6 years.
I will give celery a try, but only occasionally.
7/11/2020
Jeannette Gardner
Please advise. I enjoy drinking celery juice, especially with cucumber. However, I have an issue with apple/orange/beet. Can I use mango juice in your recipes? Thank you, Jeannette.
7/15/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Jeannette,

You can definitely use fresh fruits and vegetables, but we strongly advise against using pasteurized juices as an alternative.

Warm regards,
Carla
6/10/2020
Herbert Kaiser
I need recipes for my smoothie maker.
6/10/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Herbert,

Then take a look here: Green Smoothie Recipes for Beginners: Top 10

Enjoy and have fun trying them out!
Carla
6/8/2020
Nicole
Hello Svenja & Carla,

The celery juice and its positive effects sound really exciting to me. Unfortunately (or fortunately :-) ), since my birthday, I only have a high-speed blender and not a juicer. So, personally, I will probably have to stick with green smoothies, although I would have liked to try the juice as well. However, I don't have the money or space for an additional juicer. But your smoothie recipes are great too, and I think I will be happy with them for a long time. Today, for example, I had a smoothie with celery. ;-) I'm on day 3 of the detox cleanse and I'm more than thrilled.

Best regards,
Nicole
6/10/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Nicole,

Green smoothies are wonderful! Just start enjoying them and who knows, maybe one day you'll also get a juicer. It's good to have dreams :)

Warm regards,
Carla
5/16/2020
Herbst Ursula
I really enjoy the taste of celery juice!
5/19/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Ursula,

That's great to hear! We're thrilled as well :)
Warm regards,
Carla
5/12/2020
Maja
Hello everyone,

I believe that amidst all the hype surrounding celery juice (which I think is good, and I have known Anthony Williams for years), it is important for those who have not yet had experience with green smoothies and have regularly consumed them to start with celery juice VERY SLOWLY. Otherwise, there may be severe detoxification symptoms, including exacerbation of previously unrecognized (autoimmune) diseases. I would recommend starting with a very small amount (50-100ml) and gradually increasing it. There are also many celery intolerances that are sometimes not well-known.

But of course, it is better to try it than to not try it at all ;-)

Thank you for the comprehensive juicer test in Berlin.

Best regards,
Maja
5/14/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Maja,

Thank you for your comment. It inspired me to add another chapter to our celery juice page about the daily recommended consumption amount.
Thank you for the inspiration.
Warm regards,
Carla
5/12/2020
Jörg Ridder
Hello Svenja,

Inspired by your report and your juicer test, I purchased the Sana Juicer 828 from you at the end of February and have been drinking celery juice daily since then. However, I usually don't drink pure celery juice, but instead add parsley and nettles, lemon and apple. Sometimes I also enrich it with dandelion, spinach, and pineapple. It agrees with me very well, and I can confirm your statements regarding the positive feeling in my body. I do have one question, though: Have you been drinking pure celery juice for 365 days, or do you also mix it occasionally? Do the other ingredients potentially diminish the effectiveness of the celery juice?

All in all, I feel great with the combination of celery juice on an empty stomach and later the green smoothie. I hope that this dietary plan, in connection with my MS, is the right long-term approach.

Best regards,
Jörg
5/14/2020
Svenja von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Jörg,

It's great to hear from you! I hope you're doing well.
So, you've also jumped on the celery bandwagon...
I actually drink celery juice pure every day - for over 1.5 years now. According to Anthony William, it works best when consumed on its own. You get used to the taste so quickly that you soon don't miss anything else.
Maybe you could give it a try for a few days.

Wishing you all the best,
Svenja
5/14/2020
Jörg Ridder
Thank you, dear Svenja. I've been trying the pure version since yesterday. It tastes great.
Best regards, Jörg
5/15/2020
Svenja von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Jörg,

I'm curious to see how it goes for you.
You're really doing a lot for yourself!
Warm regards,
Svenja
5/12/2020
Elke
Hello everyone,

I have been drinking celery juice daily for about 2 months now, and I also decided to go with the Angel juicer. When using it daily, the process of using the Vitamix and then straining it was just too time-consuming for me. Besides the good juice yield, it was crucial for me that I don't have to spend an extremely long time cleaning it afterwards. I had a juicer years ago, and I would often hesitate to make juice because of the time it took to clean it. That's why it ended up staying in the cupboard.

After two months, I can now say that my skin has improved significantly. I am prone to eczema, and my skin used to be dry and slightly flaky, but I currently have no issues with it, and my complexion has also improved.

My digestion was already good before, and I thought there wouldn't be much improvement in that aspect, but it has actually gotten even better.

As for my autoimmune disease (MS), I can't say much yet, but maybe there will be more improvements in the future.

I don't mix any other fruits with the celery juice, but I also don't drink it completely on an empty stomach. In the morning, I first have 500 ml of ginger with a little lemon, and then 1 hour later, I have the celery juice.

Best regards,
Elke
5/12/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Elke,

Thank you for your detailed comment! It's incredible that your skin may have improved through daily celery juice consumption. Svenja had similar experiences with the so-called "chicken skin" on her upper arms. We're curious to see if daily celery juice consumption will also have an impact on your MS. Feel free to share any updates if you'd like.

Wishing you all the best,
Carla
5/11/2020
Christiane
I have been drinking celery juice since December and it has helped me manage my ulcerative colitis very well. No more flare-ups. However, I have been experiencing heartburn from the celery juice, so I have taken a break for now.

Best regards,
Christiane
5/12/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Christiane,

These are very interesting news about how celery juice has affected your ulcerative colitis. In theory, celery juice should help with heartburn rather than causing it. We are very curious to see how this phenomenon develops for you.

Warm regards,
Carla
5/11/2020
Waltraud
Hello everyone! Yes, I have been drinking 1/2 liter of celery juice on an empty stomach every day for 9 months. Then, my gallbladder started getting rid of the sand in 4 stages - 4 gallstone attacks - but thankfully, I didn't need surgery, which makes me very happy!
5/12/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Waltraut,

You previously mentioned the positive effects of celery juice on your gallbladder, which is incredibly uplifting for us to hear! It goes without saying that you continue to drink it daily. Would you also like to share what else you do for your health? It would certainly be interesting for the community to hear at this point...

Warm regards,
Carla
5/11/2020
Ginger
My question is whether everyone necessarily emits a strong celery odor. I have a colleague who swears by Anthony William, and without knowing that he promotes celery juice, I have always noticed a very distinct smell of celery on her. To be honest, that would somewhat deter me...
5/12/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Ginger,

Thank you for your question.
We haven't personally noticed that or been approached by friends about it.
Nothing beats trying it out for yourself :) Just give it a try!

Warm regards,
Carla
3/24/2020
Christina Leser
Hello there,

Thank you for the great feedback. I do have a question, though. Does celery lose its effectiveness when mixed with other vegetables/fruits?

Looking forward to your response.

Best regards,
Christina
3/25/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Christina,

We cannot answer that question definitively. Anthony William recommends drinking celery juice in its pure form. However, if you are still getting used to the taste, you can initially mix it with some fruits or vegetables like lemon, apple, or cucumber. If you need some inspiration, feel free to try our mixed celery juice recipes.

Best of luck to you.

Carla
3/24/2020
Gabriella
Thank you for the great recipes. I have been drinking celery juice pure for almost a year, and my eczema is healed. I would like to get a new juicer, hopefully after the crisis. Thank you for your work.
3/24/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Gabriella,

Thank you for your comment. It's wonderful to hear that you were able to heal your eczema with celery juice. Did you take any other measures in addition to consuming celery juice daily?

If you are looking to buy a good slow juicer, feel free to reach out to us.

Best regards,
Carla
3/24/2020
Matthias
Hello,
Do you have any experience with the Kenwood KAX720PL slow juicer attachment for all Cooking Chef and Major kitchen machines?
Regards, Matthias
3/24/2020
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Matthias,

Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately, we cannot answer it!

Best regards,
Carla