HOW CELERY STEM JUICE HELPS IN PREGNANCY AND BREASTFEEDING
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Celery stem juice is very safe to consume during pregnancy and breastfeeding. During pregnancy, it helps to strengthen the mother's adrenal glands, and this is crucial for supporting the baby, as childbirth requires large stores of adrenaline. Strong adrenal glands prepare the mother for the safe delivery of the baby - adrenaline is what creates the "push" - and can even lead to a shorter labor time. Celery juice is also rich in nutrients such as vitamin K, folate and vitamin A, which are important for the development of babies. The abundance of antioxidants helps protect babies' cells as they develop in the womb, arming them with the ability to fight toxins to prevent early illness. The sodium cluster salts in celery stalk juice also provide the baby's developing brain with neurotransmitter chemicals that support this critical phase.
During breastfeeding, consumption of celery stem juice by the mother is very beneficial for the baby. You don't need to worry that the detoxification that celery stem juice induces will cause toxins to appear in your breast milk. Exactly the opposite. To begin with, a woman's breast milk is usually full of various toxins because many people's livers are sluggish, stagnant, and overloaded from a lifetime of exposure to toxic heavy metals such as mercury and aluminum, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, petrochemicals, cosmetics, solvents, hair dye, colognes, perfumes, etc. When these harmful substances accumulate in the liver, they usually end up in the breast milk. When celery stalk juice comes on the scene, its powerful components also enter the breast milk and neutralize and neutralize toxins – neutralizing them so that they are less destructive, and even helping to completely remove some of these toxins from the breast milk. At the same time, celery stalk juice helps create pure breast milk, it provides the sodium cluster salts important for baby's brain development, as well as viable vitamins, trace elements and other nutrients that keep baby healthy.
So celery stalk juice is very supportive for both pregnancy and breastfeeding. What's not so safe are the many different food chemicals, such as citric acid and natural flavors in packaged foods, aspartame in diet sodas, caffeine in coffee and black tea, antibiotics in some animal products, and harsh toxic salts that are added to many foods and yet they are often taken by some women while pregnant or breastfeeding. The last thing you need to worry about is the celery stalk juice.
And as you'll read in our other articles on celery stalk juice, it's very beneficial for a variety of conditions and symptoms. See more about this in the following articles:
"How Celery Stem Juice Helps Lyme Disease" ;
"Celery stalk juice for polycystic ovary syndrome, fibroids and endometriosis" ;
"How celery stem juice helps with thyroid diseases" ;
"How Celery Stem Juice Helps Treat Eczema and Psoriasis" ;
"How celery stalk juice helps with cystic acne" ;
"How celery stalk juice helps with chronic fatigue syndrome" ;
"How Celery Stem Juice Helps Treat High Cholesterol" ;
"Celery stem juice in autoimmune and neurological conditions" .
More articles on celery stem juice can be found here:
"Celery stalk juice - frequently asked questions" ;
"How to make celery stem juice" ;
"Why should we drink half a liter of celery stem juice a day?" ;
"How the Sodium Cluster Salts in Celery Stem Juice Help You Heal" .
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