Celery juice is undeniably one of the biggest trends right now when it comes to the health world. People are claiming pure celery juice (not too appealing, I know) is like liquid magic and provides all sorts of health benefits. So what exactly does celery juice do for our bodies? And should we actually be putting ourselves through the pain (and cost) of drinking celery juice every morning? Here’s what we have found:

Celery juice contains vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, calcium, and a bunch of other nutrients. However, juicing celery removes a lot of the fiber, which is an essential part of your diet. When fruits and vegetables are juiced, the nutrients found in the pulp, peel, and other components are often lost. So, juicing is not always the best way to go about consuming fruits and vegetables.

However, there are still benefits to drinking celery juice. Celery is high in antioxidants, so it removes free radicals from your body. Foods high in antioxidants also lower the risk of cancer. Celery has also been found to aid in preventing cardiovascular diseases, liver disease, and gout. Celery can also help with lowering blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Celery seeds have been found to help with various skin conditions, including psoriasis.

Although celery has been linked to many health benefits, there have not been many studies done to prove its long-term benefits for chronic diseases.

Celery is undeniably a healthy food and should be incorporated into everyone’s diet. Whether or not you choose to take upon the task of juicing celery every morning (or buying it, which can get expensive) is entirely up to you. What might work for one person might not for another. Regardless, it’s essential to consult with your doctor before using celery to treat any serious health conditions. But, if you’re interested in jumping on the celery juice bandwagon, give it a try- you might find it works wonders.