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That's how healthy celery is

  1. Who doesn't know them, the green-yellow stems with green leaves. Celery has a fresh taste and is also very healthy. It is packed with vitamins and also contains a lot of potassium and calcium. Keep in mind that celery is a nitrate-rich vegetable.

  1. Celery, like carrots, mangos and mandarins, is rich in beta-carotene. This is converted in the body into vitamin A. It ensures good resistance and is important for eyesight. but also for healthy bones, teeth, skin and for growth. There are also indications that beta carotene has an anti-oxidative effect and protects the body cells against free radicals.

Potassium

  1. In addition, celery, like asparagus, also contains a lot of potassium. This is an important mineral that is necessary for nerve impulse conduction and the maintenance of normal blood pressure. Potassium is also necessary for the contraction of the muscles and for the energy balance in the muscles. Potassium is also a diuretic. Please note that if you cook celery with a lot of water, potassium is lost. You can vary endlessly with celery and eat it raw, steamed, boiled or stir-fried. It is delicious in salads, as a snack or snack filled with a sauce or in pasta sauces. Celery is also a tasty addition to soup and can be used in vegetable juices. You cannot eat celery leaves. When you boil it, it turns bitter. Celery are available all year round. Dutch celery is available from May to November.

Finally, five delicious recipes with celery:

  1. Celery salad with orange Creamy celery soup Sweet and sour celery Celery rice stew Energy cocktails with celery



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