Celery is not native to India. As such, most Indian cuisine does not include it. However, thanks to globalization, it is finding its way into Indian kitchens. A common spice used in Indian cuisine is ajwain, which can be used to substitute Oregano.
Celery is a low-calorie vegetable
Celery is a low-calorie vegetable and a great option for people who are trying to lose weight. Its crunchy texture and flavor make it a good addition to salads. It is also a great snack; you can eat it with hummus or peanut butter, or mix it with stir-fries, soups, and stews.
It is rich in potassium
Celery juice contains potassium, a vital mineral that is essential for maintaining normal blood pressure. It is also necessary for muscles to contract and helps the body breakdown carbohydrates. A cup of celery juice can provide 19 to 25% of the RDA for potassium for women.
It is high in fiber
Celery juice has many health benefits. You can make celery juice yourself at home with a high-speed blender. Then strain the juice using a cheesecloth, colander or fine-mesh strainer. You can also add fresh ginger or mint to the drink. Most grocery stores sell celery juice. Celery juice is best consumed with a meal.
It is low in sugar
Celery juice is low in calories and sugar, but it is not the best option for everyone. Celery juice can be beneficial for your health, but you should limit consumption to one to two glasses daily. It is important to consult your doctor before you start a celery juice diet.
It contains vitamins A, C and K
Celery is rich with antioxidants and minerals that can help the body manage many diseases. It may also be helpful in managing memory loss and neurodegenerative diseases. In addition to providing these nutrients, celery is also an excellent diuretic. It helps the body eliminate calcium deposits through urine. Consequently, it is a good drink for people who have gallstones, kidney stones, or atherosclerosis.
It aids with constipation
Celery juice has digestive enzymes that can help with constipation. Celery juice can be used in moderation to relieve constipation symptoms. Consuming celery juice can help with constipation whether it’s a case of constipation that comes and goes or chronic constipation.
It can cause uterine contractions, which could lead to miscarriage.
Celery juice is not recommended during pregnancy as it can cause uterine contractions or miscarriage. It can also interact negatively with blood-thinning and blood clotting medications. Celery contains chemicals that can alter the blood clotting process, increasing the risk for excessive bleeding.
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