Eating celery stalks, while very healthy and important, is not the same as drinking pure celery juice. Blending celery is also very helpful but not the same as drinking its juice. When celery is juiced, the pulp (fiber) is removed and its healing benefits become much more powerful and bioavailable, especially for someone with chronic illness. You’ll also be able to consume far more celery as juice than you would by eating it.
If you only ate or blended celery, you wouldn’t be able to receive all of its concentrated undiscovered cluster salts. These cluster salts are not just mineral salts; they’re far more specialized. Mineral salts are critical for our bodies to function, but the undiscovered subgroup of sodium that I call cluster salts are unique and special in the way they support the liver’s personalized immune system and bind onto toxins and help flush them from the liver.
Excerpts from Celery Juice by Anthony William, Chapter 19. Read the full explanation and get your copy today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, The Book Depository, and anywhere books are sold.
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