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If you have been anywhere near YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media site lately, then there is a high probability you have seen the many glasses of "green juice" being waved in your face and the equally mind-blowing claims about its purported health benefits.Even some of the most controversial celebrities have claimed that it helped to cure them of one si If you have been anywhere near YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media site lately, then there is a high probability you have seen the many glasses of "green juice" being waved in your face and the equally mind-blowing claims about its purported health benefits.Even some of the most controversial celebrities have claimed that it helped to cure them of one sickness or the other. Kim Kardashian claims she sips it for her psoriasis, while Jenna Dewan reported she takes the concoction for its gut health-enhancing, immune-boosting, and anti-inflammatory benefits.The juice has gained popularity on social media as the be-all do-all miracle juice for the treatment of high blood pressure, liver disease, inflammation, high cholesterol, acne, bloating, indigestion, IBS, colitis, Crohn's disease and thousands of other known and unknown diseases. As if that's not enough to make anyone mad, the juice is even touted to be a perfect treatment for mental illness and addiction.But, can any of these claims be true? Should you spend your time, money or resources drinking celery juice every morning on an empty stomach? Can drinking celery juice jeopardize your health even further instead of healing you? Are there existing studies on this topic that substantiate all the bogus claims? Well, in this book: "Don't Drink Celery Juice," the author, Shawn Tuttle, took the pain to drink celery juice, so you don't have to waste your time, money, or jeopardize your health drinking it. For more than two months, Tuttle experimented with the juice according to the specifications given by Anthony William, A.K.A. Medical Medium, (the man who started the celery juice craze), and what he (the author) discovered about celery juice will shock you. Besides his awful personal experience with celery juice, Tuttle also presented what real science (not "spirits") says about celery juice. So, just before you jump on the bandwagon, you need to read this book to discover if you may be about to waste your time, money or even jeopardize your health further.


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If you have been anywhere near YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media site lately, then there is a high probability you have seen the many glasses of "green juice" being waved in your face and the equally mind-blowing claims about its purported health benefits.Even some of the most controversial celebrities have claimed that it helped to cure them of one si If you have been anywhere near YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media site lately, then there is a high probability you have seen the many glasses of "green juice" being waved in your face and the equally mind-blowing claims about its purported health benefits.Even some of the most controversial celebrities have claimed that it helped to cure them of one sickness or the other. Kim Kardashian claims she sips it for her psoriasis, while Jenna Dewan reported she takes the concoction for its gut health-enhancing, immune-boosting, and anti-inflammatory benefits.The juice has gained popularity on social media as the be-all do-all miracle juice for the treatment of high blood pressure, liver disease, inflammation, high cholesterol, acne, bloating, indigestion, IBS, colitis, Crohn's disease and thousands of other known and unknown diseases. As if that's not enough to make anyone mad, the juice is even touted to be a perfect treatment for mental illness and addiction.But, can any of these claims be true? Should you spend your time, money or resources drinking celery juice every morning on an empty stomach? Can drinking celery juice jeopardize your health even further instead of healing you? Are there existing studies on this topic that substantiate all the bogus claims? Well, in this book: "Don't Drink Celery Juice," the author, Shawn Tuttle, took the pain to drink celery juice, so you don't have to waste your time, money, or jeopardize your health drinking it. For more than two months, Tuttle experimented with the juice according to the specifications given by Anthony William, A.K.A. Medical Medium, (the man who started the celery juice craze), and what he (the author) discovered about celery juice will shock you. Besides his awful personal experience with celery juice, Tuttle also presented what real science (not "spirits") says about celery juice. So, just before you jump on the bandwagon, you need to read this book to discover if you may be about to waste your time, money or even jeopardize your health further.

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