Celery: Stalking Your Health
by Ward W. Bond, PhD
Celery is a common vegetable that can be overlooked for its incredible healing properties. The seeds, leaves, and edible root is best eaten raw and let's not forget about its juice. The seeds are rich in iron, vitamin A, B and C. Let's take a look at how celery can bring healing to your body.
How to Use Celery as a Healing Food
Don't overlook all the parts of celery as each area can help target specific areas of your body and produce the healing response you desire.
12/10/2016 03:25:54 pm
Hi, I use to watch your show in California. I think you were on TBN. Since then I have been through a lot heath wise. I am in stage 4 CKD I went to see my dietician and she gave me a list of foods I should avoid and what I can eat. Of course that all depends on my labs. I have no appetite and she suggested I get a nutritional shake supplement. What do you have? As you know I have to watch my Potassium, Phosphorus, and Protein again depending on my labs. I know some day (If Jesus Terry's) I will end up on dialysis. I went into kidney failure last year had no idea I felt fine and no pain routine Dr visit my FNP called me at home and told me to get to the ER now, that I was in kidney failure and my GFR was 12. Like I said I felt fine, but I went to the ER and the next thing I knew I was in ICU everyone was all around me. I lost my left kidney and now my GFR is 27. I had it at 32 for a long time. I really am trying to get this diet thing together. I'm never hungry and I vomit almost everything I eat. Had my gall bladder out endoscopy and colonoscopy came out fine. Any way now you have the scoop on me. Please help me find a Nutritional Supplement I can drink to keep me going. I can drink shakes without vomiting.
12/12/2016 07:55:50 am
Hello Shannon, please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can help you.
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