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Freeze-Dried Celery - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Celery - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Celery - Single Ingredient
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Freeze-Dried Celery - Single Ingredient

  • -R -29.95
  • Regular price R 29.95

    Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Raw

    Fresh Equivalent

    • 10g = 190g

    Highlights

    Great source of antioxidants
    Vit C, beta-carotene, flavonoids
    Great source of phytonutrients
    Vit A, K, C, Potassium, Folate, Magnesium

    Health Benefits

    Great ANTI INFLAMMATORY
    Supports DIGESTION
    Lowers high blood pressure & Cholesterol
    Prevents DEHYDRATION
    Aids WEIGHT LOSS
    Boost to immune system and health
    Cleanse and DETOXIFY while supporting increased blood flow for cardiovascular health
    Anti-diabetic properties attributed to its Vit K content.
    CALMS the nervous system (high magnesium levels)
    Treats kidney stones
    Can be used to treat joint pains and gout
    Prevents ULCERS (as celery inhibits the growth of H. Pylori)
    Prevents urinary tract INFECTION

    Culinary Uses

    Add to Smoothies | Juices | Soups | Stews | Curries | Pasta Sauces | Stir-fries
    Sprinkle on Omelettes |Pizzas |
    Crush and add to Salts | Popcorn
    Crush and blend into Dips | Cream cheese | Veg Chips for a Natural Flavouring
    Sneak in all Bakes | Quiches | Sandwiches
    Sprinkle on Salads as a nutritious and crunchy garnish

    Health Benefits for Your Skin and Hair

    Anti-aging properties
    Dubbed as the ACNE KILLER – fights acne and scars
    Celery Green Juice will assist in brightening the skin
    Combats WRINKLES and DRY SKIN as loaded with hydration (95% water)
    Expect fresh, SMOOTH skin with reduced REDNESS
    REPELS free radicals & Ensures continual cell turnover

    Fun Facts

    Ancient Romans used celery as aphrodisiac
    Celery can reach heights of over 1m
    Celery is from the family Apiaceae, which is the family of carrots and parsley, and its scientific name is Apium graveolens