Celery biggest claims to fame in the vegetable world is the vitamin K in its DNA, and the celery seeds that fall into the spice family. Extracts of celery are in some herbal medicine treatments. But for the most part celery’s duty is to show up in salads, and Thanksgiving dressing, as well as in soups and pot roasts.
The long strange-looking celery hasn’t had a starring role in any diet since the year 30. That’s when Aulus Cornelius Celsus said celery seeds relieve pain. Scientific studies haven’t confirmed celery seeds relieves pain, but people around the world say celery seeds do reduce inflammation which can cause pain.
The medical profession hasn’t done much research on the benefits of drinking 16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach. But medical-medium Anthony Williams has, and he claims celery juice is a miraculous superfood that does wonders for our livers. Our livers hold toxins from medications and they create other liver-related disorders.
Mr. Williams claims celery juice will lower blood pressure and correct the liver issues that cause diabetes. Celery juice has the ability to relieve all kinds of health issues like depression, digestive disorders, Lyme disease, adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and hormonal imbalances, according to Williams. But there’s no scientific proof that Mr. Williams is right about celery juice cleansing the liver in a way that helps people develop a road to wellness.
According to Mr. Williams book, Liver Rescue, medical professionals don’t understand the internal workings of the liver. Our livers create more health issues than we realize.
Medical researchers still don’t know what lies beneath the liver in terms of free radicals and viruses. Those insidious health bandits can sit dormant in the liver for years. Then for no apparent reason, they suddenly come to the surface and create health issues that appear from nowhere. Mr. Williams says drinking celery juice on an empty stomach the first thing in the morning can get rid of liver toxins and the viruses we don’t know we have lurking in our bodies.
Mr. Williams believes celery juice can starve pathogens because it contains a plethora of undiscovered mineral salts that fuse together as an antiseptic. These undiscovered salts break down the pathogens and eventually destroy them. Williams thinks medical researchers will eventually discover these mineral salt clusters in celery juice that systematically and symbiotically flush out bacteria and viruses in the liver, but it may take a while.
Medical researchers often overlook the obvious when it comes to finding solutions for health disorders. Williams believes the undiscovered mineral salts in celery juice is a good example of that fact.