7 Myths & Facts About Celery Juice To Know Before Hopping On The Trend

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Social media is totally down for celery juice right now. Just do a search on Instagram for the hashstags #celeryjuice or #celeryjuicebenefits and you’ll get upwards of 30,000 to 100,000 results. And people are throwing out all sorts of claims, like celery juice heals acne, helps with eczema and psoriasis, prevents urinary tract infections, lowers blood pressure, and so much more. But how many of these health claims are actually true? Here are 7 myths and fact about celery juice that you should know before you decide if celery juice if for you.

If you’re not familiar with the whole celery juice trend, you make it by blending and straining whole stalks of celery into juice, according to Good Housekeeping. The celery juice movement calls for you to drink this blended and strained creation every morning on an empty stomach to promote a bevy of health benefits, says Good Housekeeping. Even big-name celebrities are hopping on the celery juice trend. Kim Kardashian is drinking celery juice because says she hopes it’ll help her psoriasis, and Debra Messing’s New Year’s resolution was to drink more celery juice to improve her overall health. But is drinking a glass of celery juice a day worth it? These are just a few things to know if you're thinking about giving it a try.