WHY DRINK HALF A LITTER OF CELERY STEM JUICE DAILY?

WHY DRINK HALF A LITTER OF CELERY STEM JUICE DAILY?

The ideal amount of celery stalk juice for most adults is a minimum of half a liter per day. Not that you have to or should start with half a liter the first time you try it. Feel free to increase the amount, starting with 150 or 250 ml if you are sensitive, and then increase it a little each day until you get used to it. Once you've reached the recommended amount, it's good to commit to that pint as a minimum. Why? Because people usually have more health hurdles for juice to overcome.

Celery stem juice has to travel quite a distance on its journey. Its first obstacle is often in the mouth – bacteria, leftover toothpaste or mouthwash. (Be sure to rinse your mouth thoroughly with water after brushing your teeth and before drinking celery stalk juice to get rid of any toothpaste or mouthwash residue. It's even better to wait until teeth after drinking your morning celery juice.)

Next is the esophagus, where the celery juice encounters additional bacteria, ammonia deposits, and unproductive, harmful acids. The next obstacle is in the lower part of the stomach, just before the duodenum (the entrance to the small intestine). Just before the duodenum is a small bulge, and depending on a person's age, it can itself be filled with decades - sometimes 30-40 years - of debris that has accumulated and weighed down this small space. These residues can be from proteins, fats, preservatives, hardened ammonia, acids and others, all of which corrode and turn into sludge. The sodium cluster salts of celery stalk juice begin to remove this old pile of toxic sludge, slowly dissolving it over time.

So first the celery stalk juice has to get through these hurdles. Then, as the celery juice moves through the duodenum, it usually encounters an influx of Helicobacter pylori, strep , and other varieties of bacteria—because most people live with undiagnosed cases of these bacteria. Celery juice has to fight to maintain itself and stay active in this battle, which is doubly difficult because it has already been weakened from dealing with brushing residue and mouth bacteria; ammonia, acid and more bacteria in the esophagus; and debris as it left the stomach.

As it passes through the duodenum, celery stalk juice is bombarded with acids, because the pH balance in most people's bodies is "out of whack" internally these days. It's not like we're automatically alkaline. Of course, if someone is healthy, their body's pH balance will be fairly balanced, and celery juice won't have to do much work in this regard. However, most people are full of bacteria, and this is a big acid producer. Unproductive diets and punitive stress levels are also heartburn producers. As soon as we take our first sip, celery stalk juice begins to alter the body's internal pH, starting in the mouth and continuing down the digestive tract. It's almost like an explosion as the celery stalk juice tries to reverse the high acidity, which is another source that neutralizes it on its journey through our body.

Does that sound like a lot for celery stalk juice to contend with and retain its potency? There's more. Just a few centimeters further in the small intestine, the juice from the celery stalk collides with mucus. It's there in young and old alike - a layer of bad feeders like strep and Escherichia coli and other non-productive bacteria, usually along with two or three non-productive fungi just waiting to get protein from the eggs or the extra collagen we consume. or lactose from milk, cheese, butter, or other dairy products for the bacilli to feed on. When, instead of these harmful foods, celery stalk juice hits this path of pathogens, that's another place where a battle is ignited.

In addition, rancid fats from years of high-fat foods, whether from healthy or unhealthy fat sources, and rotting proteins that have formed into small balls of debris and created pockets in the intestinal tract that harbor more bacteria and fungi. Overcoming all this is another series of obstacles for celery stem juice on its journey.

That's not even all! It just describes the main obstacles that celery stem juice has encountered so far. Then add the excess adrenaline. For example, if you ate on the go or under stress, with tension in your gut, or if you ate too much fat with your meal the night before without realizing it, each of these prompts the adrenal glands to release a rush of adrenaline . When this excess adrenaline enters the intestinal tract, it is caustic. It saturates cells throughout the body, so if you've been under a lot of stress or encountered another adrenal irritant the day before, when you wake up the next day, adrenaline is still in your intestinal tract. Celery juice neutralizes this adrenaline: another battle. Although the celery juice will try to deal with it, it's a difficult task considering everything else it's been through as it travels through the gut.

A high-fat dinner isn't just an adrenaline rush. The fat left over from dinner gets stuck in the gut—from the stomach through the small intestine to the colon—as an oil slick, and celery juice counteracts that, too. High levels of these fats absorb the healing compounds of celery stalk juice, using up the sodium cluster salts as they must get busy breaking up these fats and clearing them from the digestive tract. This means that if someone has had an extremely heavy dinner, perhaps with something fried for a main course followed by dessert, the celery stalk juice will have to work extremely hard the next morning and this will reduce some of its healing power while it lasts to move on the path of obstacles.

The digestive system is just the beginning. Most of the world also faces stagnant, sluggish livers, and here's the critical part: enough celery stalk juice must reach the colon with its potency intact to be absorbed into the bloodstream, so the juice's compounds from celery stalks to be able to travel through the hepatic portal vein to the liver and then to the gallbladder - to help you heal. No matter what you're dealing with in life, a healthier liver means a better chance of healing any kind of symptom or condition you're dealing with. Half a pint of juice is the magic amount that does it for most adults.

Once celery stalk juice reaches the liver, it encounters another set of obstacles. For one thing, most people's livers are poisoned by poisons, pesticides, herbicides, plastics and other petrochemicals, solvents, pathogens like viruses and bacteria, and many other troublemakers. All this burdens the production of bile in the liver . When the compounds in celery stem juice enter the bile production area, if they are still strong enough, they will improve the strength of the bile that the liver sends to the gallbladder. This bile, enhanced with celery stem juice, then begins to break down and disperse the sludge in the gallbladder, while also breaking down and dissolving gallstones. If you have been drinking large enough amounts of celery stalk juice long enough to keep your body clean and healthy, the compounds in the celery juice will leave the gallbladder with the bile as it is released into the intestinal tract. That's part of celery stalk juice's responsibility: to come full circle.

Not all of the medicinal components of celery stalk juice that reach the liver are directed to the bile. Some of these leave the liver via the bloodstream, making their way to the heart and brain, although their healing abilities at this point are quite minimal if one has a sluggish or stagnant liver, as is the case with most people. It takes time to clear the liver to the point where the components of celery stalk juice continue to be beneficial as they exit the liver.

This is normal, however, because celery stalk juice has another way of delivering its powerful components into the bloodstream. When the juice from celery stalks first entered the digestive tract, only a fraction of it—roughly half—traveled to the liver. He has parted on the path of obstacles. As it travels through the stomach and the first 36 centimeters of the small intestine, the other half of the chemical compounds in celery stem juice are absorbed into the walls of the digestive tract and enter the bloodstream directly without first reaching the liver. The journey through blood is accompanied by many obstacles. How much fat is in the blood? (Fat prevents the celery juice from traveling a greater distance.) How many toxins are in the blood? How many toxic heavy metals are found in different organs such as the brain? Speaking of the brain, how many neurotransmitter chemical problems are there? All of this nullifies and weakens any power that is left in the celery stalk juice. If neurotransmitter chemicals in the brain are depleted, the compounds in celery stem juice are used up to immediately replace them, making them, in a sense, their ultimate goal. If heavy metals need to be flushed out, the sodium cluster salts of celery stalk juice are used to help them pass out of the body.

Given the sheer scope of celery juice, you can see why you need to drink enough of it to get the job done. The next time someone asks you why you're drinking exactly that amount of celery stalk juice, well, you make up your own mind. You can tell them in detail about its journey through the digestive tract and beyond (in which case you probably don't want them eating while you're pouring it for them!). Or you can give them the short version: celery juice has huge responsibilities and an obstacle course to overcome as it travels through your body and works to heal it.

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