Eat, Drink and Feel Better with Celery Juice


Natural Foods:  Eat, Drink and Feel Better with Celery Juice
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“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” These are famous words and still true.  Celery Root Juice is a good example of food that is used as medicine.  

Did you know, the ancient Greeks used celery to make wine, which was served as an award at the athletic games? Today, celery juice is still used for athletes and is a much healthier alternative to sugary sports drinks.  It is low in calories, and because of its ability to hydrate the body and replace lost minerals, it makes a great post workout beverage.  It also helps recovery for those who have stayed out in the sun too long.

Biotta Celery Root Juice is like the “juice of the gods.” It’s light and crisp, with a hint of sweetness and although it does not contain alcohol, it is lightly fermented with a lactic acid fermentation process.  This allows the juice to be shelf stable, and it increases the nutrient profile, increasing the activity of vitamin C and A for example.  Lactic acid foods (fermented foods) like sauerkraut, kombuccha, and celery root juice are known to aid digestion and metabolism.

In fact, studies show that compounds and nutrients in celery juice can help all sorts of issues and conditions.  Here are just a few. 

Celery Root Juice is a natural diuretic and laxative, helps promote sleep, fights inflammation, which can ease the symptoms of arthritis, gout and asthma; is known for being able to help lower blood pressure and fight cancer.  It even helps the symptoms of menopause.  Learn more at www.newhealthguide.org.

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Biotta Celery Juice
Light and crisp with a hint of sweetness