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Last month, I went through a kind of rough patch with a stomach bug and ended up losing about 12 lbs. Pretty much could only eat soup for about a week. Well, post illness, I decided to keep those 12 off and commit to eating better. My youngest son had been rolling with a health kick of his own: celery juicing. He told me that it made him feel healthier and much more energized. I dug in to do some research on it and found some interesting points. Celery is, in fact, rich in vitamins A, K and C, as well as potassium. “Possible” health benefits according to Medical News Today include reducing inflammation, lowering blood pressure, reducing the risk of cancer and may help prevent early vision loss. The University of Maryland Medical Center also notes that celery seeds have been long used in medicine to treat arthritis, gout, muscle spasms and colds and flu, although effectiveness is not confirmed by research. Alright, and celery is also known to be a rich source of antioxidants.
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