Many benefits you can gain when going on a juice cleanse are:
🥬 Decreased inflammation 🥬 Stronger immune system
🥬 Healthy weight loss 🥬 Better hydration
🥬 Increased vitamin and mineral intake 🥬 Better digestion
Your body will actually go through a couple phases when you begin water fasting. In the first couple days you may notice fluctuations in your energy levels as you body begins to adapt and transition into a state of ketosis. The best part of fasting in my opinion is the autophagy phase, which typically begins between the first and third day of fasting. Autophagy is when the body is able to do a “spring cleaning” of old cells in order to produce new ones, breaking down damaged cells, viruses, and bacteria. During this phase, you may notice clearer skin, a stronger immune system, and less brain fog.
As we come closer to flu season, and with everything going on with Covid-19, there has been a huge surge in people drinking celery juice for it’s claimed benefits. With all of the nutrients packed into one head of celery, you can already guess why people are starting to integrate it into their daily routines.
Celery, on its own, packs a lot of vitamins and nutrients that promote gut health and anti-inflammatory properties. However, in order to benefit fully from these nutrients you would probably need to eat the whole head or two of celery, which is why it’s just best to juice the vegetable.
Celery is an amazing source for:
If you're new to doing a juice cleanse, or it's been a few months since your last juice cleanse it's so important to do a prep to help your body prepare for major detox.
Two to three days prior to your juice cleanse...