People are motivated to create new goals every year to set them up for success! From losing weight, starting a new facial regimen, becoming healthier, including more of this and excluding less of that – In sometimes grandiose mannerism, people activate their power to be better.
Some seek new trends in hopes of committing to regimens that others claim work! For them, “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander,” Right? They are hopeful that the new “hot thing” will work while being careful not to become obsessed with possible results.
Let’s take our friend, celery, for example; it’s been around for centuries; however, in recent years, celery has become quite popular and garnered some much-needed attention.
People commonly consumed celery as a healthy snack, as an afterthought, or as an addition to something tastier.
For instance, some ways in which people have eaten celery was with peanut butter, as a refresher to eat alongside chicken wings, with hummus, or even mixed in so well into your favorite dish that though unseen, its flavor permeates the most intellectual to novice palates.
Can celery juice help eczema?
Celery moved from being the best-supporting veggie complementing many dishes to the leading character as the power veggie for healing – eczema!
Consuming celery juice on an empty stomach in the morning can yield fantastic results for the skin, especially for those with eczema. Just what is eczema, and why is finding alternative healing so important?
According to the Mayo Clinic, “Atopic dermatitis (Eczema) is a condition that causes dry, itchy and inflamed skin. It’s common in young children but can occur at any age. Atopic dermatitis is long-lasting (chronic) and tends to flare sometimes.” Some symptoms include rashes, swollen skin, bumps, and raw, darkened, and sensitive skin.
The National Eczema Association shared that people spend an average of