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How Celery Juice Helps with WEIGHT LOSS Because celery juice is such a godsend to help shed unwanted pounds, people are sometimes concerned that they shouldn’t try celery juice if they have the opposite problem—if they are underweight and don’t want to lose any more weight. The truth is that you can still drink celery juice. It will actually help you, because celery juice assists in either circumstance, whether you’re trying to gain or lose weight (or hold steady). It’s a balancer. Here’s what’s critical to know: Celery juice is not a meal replacement. It’s a medicine. Especially if you are underweight, you can’t rely on celery juice as a calorie source. Don’t skip a morning meal like a fruit smoothie that can provide healthy calories and replace it with a glass of celery juice. Have both: first, drink celery juice and then, after a minimum of 15 to 20 minutes and ideally a good 30 minutes, enjoy breakfast. The reason celery juice helps with both weight gain and weight loss is that they both stem from a struggling liver. Unwanted, mystery weight loss is “usually the result of a chronic, low-grade viral infection, such as EBV, inside the liver, setting off the body’s alarm system, essentially creating an allergic reaction that prompts the adrenals to release consistently high levels of adrenaline. Basically, the adrenaline acts as an amphetamine. Often, mystery weight loss doesn’t last forever, because eventually the liver becomes so tired, sluggish, and exhausted from fielding mass amounts of adrenaline that the situation flips, and people start gaining weight instead, even if it’s ten years later. Celery juice helps out with the viral situation that creates unwanted weight loss because its chemical compounds enter the liver’s hepatic portal vein and break down viral cell membranes, which weakens and reduces the viral load, while celery juice’s compounds also grab on to viral toxins—and such toxins as toxic heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, and solvents that feed viruses—and pull them out of the liver. Celery juice’s chemical compounds flow through the rest of the bloodstream, too, collecting and disengaging viral toxins floating throughout the body that are constantly setting off the mild, unseen allergic reactions that trigger the adrenals. Often people with mystery weight loss have a higher heart rate, both when sleeping and awake. This is from leftover adrenaline surging through the body due to the allergic reaction to the viral load. Celery juice allows this to reverse over time so that weight can stabilize. Remember: celery juice is not a calorie source. Do not expect to drink celery juice, not eat other foods, and start to gain weight. After you’ve given your morning celery juice 15 to 30 minutes to work through your system, you’ll need to make sure you’re getting healthy calories in your morning and the rest of your day. If they’re part of the equation, celery juice can help you balance out. For insights on eating in a healthy manner, turn to Chapter 8, “More Healing Guidance.