There’s a lot of people talking about it, and I’m pretty sure I don’t want any part of it.
Every few months, “science” will show another food is becoming the new superfood, and then everybody jumps on it. Fitness trainers and nutritionists will jump all over it and see some success, then they write an article, it gets shared a couple times, and suddenly, everybody is doing it. The information dump is so transparent sometimes that it makes you distrust everything you see.
Which brings us to celery juice. Isn’t celery juice a derivative of something that isn’t much in the first place? Isn’t celery rumored to be one of those foods that costs you as much calories to digest it as it gives back? (Again, that’s another one of those rumors.) My point is… celery is already a nothing food. And then to juice it? How magical can that be?
~Jake from 98.7 The Bull