Celery had long been known as a medicinal plant in the Middle Ages. Their essential oils and their high number of nutrients are particularly good for your health.
Both celeriac and celery are among the healthiest and most nutritious vegetables in Germany. For a long time, the plant was only known as soup vegetables, but increasingly celery is now also used as a snack in between or as an ingredient in a smoothie. And that's a good thing, because celery has a healing effect. Celery was used against gout and gallstones as early as the Middle Ages and was used to relieve bladder and kidney problems.
Their essential oils also reduce blood pressure. In addition, the high potassium content promotes drainage and stimulates the circulation and metabolism.
Not least because of its excellent taste at just 18 kcal, the celery should be on the menu more often.
Full of vitamins and fiber
|Nutritional information||contained in 100g celery|
|fat||may contain traces|
|Vitamin E.||0.5 mg|
|Vitamin B1||0.04 mg|
|Vitamin B2||0.07 mg|
|Vitamin B6||0.20 mg|
|folic acid||75 µg|
|vitamin C||8 mg|
100 g of celery contains a lot of fiber, provitamins and trace elements. It is therefore worthwhile to enjoy celery regularly.