Inflammation reliever celery and bok choy smoothie

Inflammation reliever celery and bok choy smoothie

Packed with greens and Antioxidants this smoothie can help fight inflammation.
It is important to help our body heal with the right foods.

Inflammation lies far below the skin’s surface that you can’t see.
It damages healthy tissue and leads to chronic illnesses. Inflammation can trigger heart disease, cancer, diabetes, but it also can exacerbate Asthma, acne and obesity.

 

✒ Celery is a champion among vegetables.
The Luteolin found in celery has been shown to be highly effective against inflammation and cancer. Like all Bioflavonoids, luteolin has high antioxidant properties.
✒ Bok choy has potent anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects.
It has a higher concentration of beta-carotene and vitamin A than any other variety of cabbage.
✒ Romaine lettuce is packed with vitamin A and vitamin C.
They help neutralize free radicals and reduce inflammation of joints, arthritis. They also help against the forming of free radical cause of cholesterol oxidation, leading to plaques building up in the arterial wall.
✒ Banana has a whopping 442 mg amount of potassium. Bananas are body healers.
  • Anti-inflammatory Celery Smoothie:
  • Blend:
  • 1 banana
  • 2 celery stalks, chopped
  • 1/2 head Romaine lettuce
  • 1/2 head baby bok choy
  • 4 ice cubes
  • 1/2 cup filtered water
  • Enjoy!
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19 Comments

  1. I like all your article posted on Facebook. It’s very informative.

  2. frank moise says:

    At present i have an inflammation problem so i am going to make this smoothie .

  3. will be very happy to receive more from your health tips, thank you very much

  4. Beverly Meldrum says:

    thanks ill be trying these,as i have high blood pressure and fibromyalgia

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