All Green Juices Are Extremely Toxic

The medical shill-site Healthline is back with a desperate article, trying to justify the extremely toxic ‘green juices’ with a review of ‘celery juice’ while debunking the most ridiculous claims to give an illusion of being “scientific” and presenting a “weighted” opinion. It’s actually quite the hilarious reading if you understand human physiology and are not one of the gullible sheep.

Healthline begins their article with the preamble that, “celery juice contains multiple nutrients that provide health benefits, including antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds.”

No, to humans, these man-made vegetables that cannot be found in nature, have close to zero bioavailable nutrients. And antioxidants are simply defense chemicals, which are extremely toxic and damaging to our body. I’ve debunked ‘antioxidants’ several times.

And as for “anti-inflammatory,” that is an ass-backwards statement. Inflammation is a symptom of healing, as the tissue get inflamed while the healing and detoxification occurs. So, trying to reduce inflammation, as in “anti-inflammatory” is the same thing as trying to stop the healing process. You might as well say “anti-healing,” and that is what all ‘remedies’ and ‘drugs’ are. I’ve explained this many, many, times.

With that said, you do want to “reduce” inflammation in the sense that you have actually finished healing and detoxing the affected tissues — and that is done by assisting your body with bioavailable species-specific foods, as in animal-based foods, and, if needed, with some fasting.

If you take something and the symptoms of the healing process, as well as the inflammation, goes away, or lower in intensity within a few hours, you simply interfered with the process. You did the opposite of what you should be doing.

Some people think that it can cure conditions like cancer, obesity, thyroid issues, and acne, although research is scarce.”

Those people are complete morons. You cannot cure anything by ingesting something that is not natural, that is not species-specific, as in interfering with the healing process. Your body has to do the healing, and all you can do is to assist it and reduce toxic exposure and stress.

Alleged “health benefits” of celery juice

This is where Healthline get desperate and list the most hilarious things. Even more comical is that they get most of that wrong too.


Celery juice consists mostly of water and may help you stay hydrated.

For f**ks sake. You list this as a “benefit?” Anything ‘liquid’ would do that if it were that simple. However, water flushes out minerals. You need to get some electrolytes to actually use that water, to stay hydrated. Water won’t do “shit” without the assistance of electrolytes. This is why raw meat and blood are awesome, as it contains natural metabolic water and electrolytes in perfect balance. If you consume mostly raw meat, you hardly need to drink any water at all. However, as you cook your food, the cooking depletes the food of both fluids and electrolytes and you have to add them back, especially sodium, and also drink some water to stay hydrated.

Low in sugar

Celery juice is a healthier option than sugary beverages.
A single cup (240 mL) provides just 3 grams of naturally occurring sugar.”

How did this stupid point even make it to your list? The idiots who drink ‘celery juice’ does it out of the false belief that it’s some sort of healing or cleansing potion. They do not use it as a beverage year-round. You cannot compare it to beverages that some people may drink on a daily basis all year.
Also, the very toxic carbohydrates, that you politically call ‘sugar,’ is the least of your worries with this toxic shitstorm. And the total amount of carbohydrates in 240 mL of celery juice is 7 grams. All forms or carbs turn into glucose in the body, which is very taxing as blood glucose levels has to be maintained at a perfect balance.

Anti-inflammatory properties

Celery juice is high in plant compounds called phytonutrients, which may reduce inflammation.”

Here we go. I already explained this. In correct terms, celery juice is anti-healing, as its toxic defense chemicals pose an immediate threat that the body has to deal with, which means that other processes, such as long-term healing and detoxification in compromised tissues are put on the backburner for a while. While this will make you temporarily feel better, it’s simply from the healing being postponed. Not a good thing. Actually, a very, very bad thing.

Can celery juice help the gut?

Celery juice may affect the gut in several ways.”

Yes. You do understand that you actually drink this toxic liquid, right? That it has to pass your gut and travel through the digestive system, right? So, of course it will affect the gut.

Celery juice contains luteolin, a plant compound thought to reduce inflammation in your gut.
Luteolin is also found in many fruits and vegetables like broccoli, peppers, and spinach.”

Luteolin is a flavone, a type of flavonoid, which means that it’s a plant defense chemical. Its purpose is to damage whoever try to attack and/or eat the plant.

Again, if your gut is inflamed, it is so because you have been eating non-species appropriate and damaging foods – foods that contain carbohydrates, fiber, antinutrients, defense chemicals, pesticides, and so on, and/or you have been taking a lot of drugs, supplements and other damaging and unnatural crap.

Such damage takes a long time to heal. And you can only heal it by removing all these offenders and by consuming our natural species-appropriate foods, and by having periods of fasting where the digestive system can relax instead of working non-stop.

If you consume something that immediately lower that inflammation, it simply means that it’s so darn toxic and damaging that your body has to stop the healing and focus on neutralizing that poison instead. If inflammation suddenly goes down, it means that the healing has slowed down.

Unstrained juice provides fiber

It’s worth considering how the celery juice you drink is made. Usually, fiber is strained out of it. Because fiber is key to a healthy gut, strained juice is less beneficial to your digestive health.”

Fiber is contraindicated to the human diet. Fiber is non-soluble. It simply travels right through you, irritating the intestines, causing damage and robbing you of minerals and nutrients. Pretty much every single documented digestive disorder improves as soon as you remove fiber from your diet. That is pretty simple math.

Celery juice nutrition

Because most of its plant fiber has been removed, celery juice packs more nutrients per serving than celery stalks.

So, now you admit that fiber binds-up nutrients, making them totally worthless, just like the plant’s antinutrients.
Actually, there will still be some fiber in that juice, it’s simply been hacked into very tiny and small pieces. And that tiny amount of fiber will still hold on to some of the minerals and protein.

Problem is, none of the alleged ‘vitamins’ are in the right form for humans, and are thus pretty much unabsorbable. “Vitamin A” should be in the form of retinol as found in organ meats, meat, raw milk, and eggs, not the totally worthless beta-carotene as found in plants. “Vitamin K” should be K2 as found in animal-based foods, not the worthless K1 as found in plants. And so on. Also, the minerals are not really bioavailable, so most of them will go through you or end up as calcification in your arteries.

Celery juice cleanses

Though celery juice cleanses are a popular health trend, you should be skeptical of their claims. They’re often overblown and not based on science.”

Yes, you cannot “cleanse” by adding more toxins to your body, that idea is severely retarded. Your body can only “cleanse,” as in detoxing and remodel itself when you are fasting. It’s that simple.

Celery juice has soared in popularity. In part, this is due to Anthony William, a self-proclaimed health expert with no formal background in nutrition or medicine.
William claims that celery juice is a cure-all that heals chronic illnesses due to its content of so-called “undiscovered cluster salts” that kill off harmful bacteria in your gut.”

Most people are easily fooled and Anthony William, aka., Medical Medium, is a complete retard, a disinformation agent and controlled opposition.
Bacteria are your friend as they are our garbage men and cleaning crew. The bacteria in your gut are solely determined by what you eat. Taking something that kills bacteria is most of the time extremely unhealthy. I have many articles on this.


Though celery juice can be nutritious, it carries a handful of downsides to consider.”

No, it’s not nutritious. It’s toxic. And there are only downsides to consuming toxic shit waste.

Contains sodium

One cup (240 mL) of celery juice contains around 189 mg of sodium.”

Sodium per se is not a problem, not unless you get the toxic ‘table salt’ version that is ‘sodium chloride.’
If you cook your food, you’re going to need sodium. However, you should get it from pure sea salt, such as Celtic Sea Salt, which also contains other electrolytes and minerals.
Unfortunately, the minerals in salt and such supplements are not perfectly bioavailable either, so it’s still better to get them from as uncooked animal-based food as possible.

Low in fiber

Most celery juice is strained to remove its fiber.
Though straining may result in more vitamins per cup (240 mL), fiber is a healthy nutrient that helps keep you full.”

No! Fiber is damaging to the body. And you should never feel “full.” You should simply feel satiated, which you will if you are fully nourished. Any feelings such as hunger and/or cravings are symptoms of malnutrition. Trying to cover these symptoms by consuming fiber is extremely retarded.

And that was pretty much it for this article and my hour is up. And as expected, Healthline failed on every single thing they brought up.

It’s easy to see that they are a government shill-website, trying to uphold the illusion of being “scientific” and “balanced” while actually giving the green light for everything that is toxic and damaging – following the extremely damaging plant-based agenda of the elite.

If you need to heal or “cleanse,” simply load up on meat, organ meats, and plenty of animal fat for a week or two to make sure you are fully nourished, and then go on a prolonged fast – our natural state of detoxing and healing, of rejuvenation.

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