If you've been following my work for any amount of time, you probably know that one of the things I most often recommend for healing is to drink straight celery juice daily. It might seem simple, but that's the the best part - it is simple. With just some celery and a way to juice it, you can transform your health and digestion in as little as one week. Celery juice is that powerful for healing.
I have shared the many benefits of celery juice with you before, but my team and I get a lot of questions around how to make it, how much to drink, and when is best to drink it. That's why we created a short video showing you two methods for making celery juice that only take a minute.
For best results, aim for 16oz of celery juice every morning on an empty stomach. If you find that is too much for you at first, even 4 or 8oz per day is a wonderful start. Over time you can work up to 16oz per day.
It's very important that you have your celery juice on an empty stomach. The best time is in the morning before you've eaten breakfast. This allows for optimal digestion and healing benefits.
Want to know more about celery juice? Read my blog post about it here and watch the video for easy instructions on how to make it.
I hope you enjoy the video and see how simple it can be to incorporate this powerful healing tool.
This item posted: 07-May-2016
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