Could you swallow the new fad for celery juice? CLAUDIA CONNELL tries the A-list wellness trend — and ends up green around the gills

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Dr Deborah Pufal expresses scepticism about the benefits of drinking celery juice:  ‘I’d like to see the evidence. People in my field hear about miracle foods all the time, but they never stand up to scrutiny. The problem is that people fall for the idea of extreme cures. It’s understandable that it’s more appealing than just eating a balanced diet and maintaining a healthy weight.’

 

Period25 Feb 2019

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  • TitleCould you swallow the new fad for celery juice? CLAUDIA CONNELL tries the A-list wellness trend — and ends up green around the gills
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletdailymail.co.uk, Daily Mail and Scottish Daily Mail
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date25/02/19
    DescriptionBut what about the undiscovered cluster salt that kills off pathogens?

    ‘That’s another technique . . . to blind you with what sounds like science, but is actually meaningless.’

    ‘There’s very little in celery apart from water. I honestly don’t see how it can possibly cure skin conditions — or anything else.’
    URLhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-6740399/Could-swallow-new-fad-celery-juice-CLAUDIA-CONNELL-tries-list-wellness-trend.html
    PersonsDeborah Pufal