Posts Tagged ‘celery’

Organic Leaf Celery is too good to waste!

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Organic Leaf Celery is a great vegetable similar to the more common stalk celery that adds flavor and nutrition to many dishes. Most people are unaware of the goodness of all parts celery and inadvertently throw out some of the best parts. Types of Celery There are three basic types of celery with similar taste…

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Walnut Celery Salad – Healthy and flavor-filled

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Walnut Celery Salad is a crunchy flavor-filled way to get plenty of fiber, antioxidants, and other nutrients your body craves. In this recipe, you want to add the celery leaves as well as the stalks. The leaves are a good source of vitamins A, C, and K, plus folate and potassium. The stalks will provide…

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Creamy Keto Braised Celery – Triple It For the Holidays

Keto Braised Celery

Creamy Keto Braised Celery is a delicious side dish for any meal. It can easily be doubled or tripled for holidays or other parties. In addition to high doses of vitamin K, folate, fiber, potassium, and B and C vitamins, celery boasts an abundance of antioxidants that protect against unwanted oxidative damage to our cells,…

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10 Low Carb Vegetables and How to Prepare Them

10 Low Carb Vegetables

If you are counting net carbohydrates here are 10 low carb vegetables, packed with nutrients and are delicious too. I use the terms net carbs and digestible carbs interchangeably below. The number is calculated by subtracting the amount of fiber in grams from the total amount of carbohydrates contained in a 1 cup raw serving.…

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Organic Celery – Why You Need More Of It

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Organic Celery is making a comeback in 2019, being recognized by many reputable nutritionists, dieticians, and holistic wellness doctors as one of nature’s most powerful and effective healing foods.  And it’s readily available year-round in most parts of the United States.  The problem is, with harmful industrial farming methods, long transport, and lengthy storage times,…

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Awesome Green Juice – For the Rest Of Us

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Try this Awesome Green Juice. Getting healthy through juicing is relatively easy. With this Green Juice recipe, you’ll be well on your way. Feel free to tweak it to your tastes. Add lemon, turmeric, ginger, or even a pinch of cayenne pepper for a change of pace. Green Juice Ingredients: 1 Green Apple 2-3 cups…

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Spinach Vegetable Juice to Start Your Day

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This Spinach Vegetable Juice makes a killer wake up juice to start your day. Try to keep the majority of your juice recipe as vegetables, preferably with a lot of green. This will keep the sugars lower. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that a sugar-rich fruit smoothie, with a pinch of kale, is what you…

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Carrot Beet Celery Root Juice – A Nutrient Booster

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This Carrot Beet Celery Root Juice recipe is a hit. Try this nutrient booster juice! Carrots, celery root and beet combine to make a tasty nutrient bomb! Celery root has high contents of vitamins C and K, and various B vitamins such as thiamine, niacin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, and vitamin B6. It is also rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium,…

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Mock Bloody Mary Juice for Your Annual Brunch

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A cool Mock Bloody Mary Juice with tomatoes, cucumber, celery, red bell pepper, and cayenne; just TRY and tell the difference! The Vodka is on you. Even though store-bought juices are convenient, begin with fresh, organic, locally grown tomatoes. To be sure, fresh organic tomato juice provides you important vitamins A and K, and all…

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Fennel Spinach Cucumber Juice – Packed with Vitamin C

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Have you had Fennel Spinach Cucumber Juice? Fennel is mild and sweet (a hint of licorice or anise). Juice the bulb along with the spinach and cucumber. This juice will give you a lot of vitamin C, antioxidants, and a boost to your immune system. The oil of fennel contains a phytonutrient (anethole), which can reduce…

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