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Juice Your Lemon and Celery To Reduce Cholesterol and Hypertension

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If life give you lemons, make a juice out of it and add Celery.

I was first introduced to the concept of lemon as a miracle fruit when I started doing yoga. An avid drinker (of water!), I did lemon water all day everyday, it was refreshing to learn a new spin on an old favorite. When I started having a glass of lemon water every morning, it was after learning only two of the benefits of lemon water. Little did I know just how many there are! There are so many drinks out there, diet shake, fruit shake, vegetable shake and etc. I read something over the web about make a juice out of lemon and then adding celery into it. I was too hesitant at first to try since the thought of drinking celery is just too off for me because of it’s smell and taste. But of course, you’ll never know unless you try to. See the recipe below and let us know what you think.

Celery and lemon juice

Ingredients:

400g celery root
1 lemon
2dl water
Preparation:

Wash and slice your lemon. Put 2 deciliters of water into a big pot, then add your lemon slices. Grind your celery and add it to the pot as well. Bring the liquid to a boil and simmer for 20 minutes on medium heat.

Take the pot off the heat and let your mixture cool for at least 6 hours, preferably overnight. Strain your drink and transfer the juice into a glass bottle. Drink a deciliter of your juice before your meals, or about 3 times a day.

Mineral water makes a nice addition to this juice. Add a deciliter of mineral water to a deciliter of juice.

Store the bottle in a cool place. Use it for 2 months and do your regular blood test to see if there is any improvement in your blood count.

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Via:  Juice Lemon and Celery Can Reduce Cholesterol and Hypertension
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