Celery Juice: Healthy or Hype?
Can drinking this bright green juice really give your body a healthy boost? Here’s the science behind the popular trend.
Perhaps you’ve seen #celeryjuice across Instagram.
Or maybe you heard about the #CeleryJuiceChallenge started by New York Times best-selling author Anthony William, who challenged people to drink celery juice daily for a week in December.
It seems the bright green juice is grabbing attention online and off, but is it really healthy or just a hype?
“It is true that there is supportive research on the phytochemicals in celery helping to reduce blood pressure, reduce inflammation, and fight against oxidative stress.
What’s in celery juice?
Celery juice contains vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, electrolytes, water and smaller amounts of other vitamins and minerals.