If you want to get rid of inflammation for good than this anti inflammatory celery juice recipe is for you.

Research has consistently shown that celery contains very powerful anti-inflammatory properties. This is due to two unique compounds found in celery called polyacetylenes and luteolin.

Luteolin is an antioxidant flavanoid that possesses powerful anti inflammatory abilities. The polyacetylenes helped to reduce inflammation in your body because it helps to lower inflammatory prostaglandins in your body.

What also gives this anti-inflammatory celery juice its amazing properties is the addition of apple, lemon, and turmeric.

Apples are also very anti-inflammatory. Lemon helps to promote an alkaline condition in the body to help effectively reduce inflammation. Turmeric has been known to be effective for helping treat conditions such as arthritis.

This awesome anti inflammatory celery juice can also help to boost energy, enhance the look of your skin, prevent cancer, lower high blood pressure, and improve the quality of your sleep.



Give this anti inflammatory celery juice a shot and share with your friends!

Anti Inflammatory Celery Juice
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Delicious, crisp, and wonderful for helping to reduce inflammation in your body!
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4 cups
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4 cups
Anti Inflammatory Celery Juice
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Delicious, crisp, and wonderful for helping to reduce inflammation in your body!
Servings
4 cups
Servings
4 cups
Ingredients
Servings: cups
Instructions
  1. Pass all ingredients through a juicer.
  2. Serve and drink.
Recipe Notes

Recipe makes 1 Liter (4 cups). Drink 1 Liter per day.

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Angelique Johnson
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Angelique Johnson, BS, NDTR is a Miami-based nutritionist who is excited to help others live healthier lives through good nutrition. She loves fitness, writing, blogging, cooking, and eating delicious foods.

A self-proclaimed chocolate-fanatic, she prides herself in being able to show others that there are no "bad foods," only "bad habits."

She received her Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics and is currently a Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics candidate. Her plans include starting her PhD in the summer of 2016. She currently lives in Miami with her husband and French bulldog, Mingus.


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