Thanks to its high antioxidant content, celery is great for protecting the body's cells from unwanted oxygen damage. Celery is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties, and its high fiber content helps promote a h... More »

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Celery is very healthy for dogs, loaded with vitamins A, B and C as well as calcium, potassium, phosphorous, iron and sodium. It improves their breath, lowers blood pressure, reduces risk of heart disease and fights canc... More »

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Carrots or jicama can be substituted for celery as a raw vegetable snack. Bok choy can be substituted for celery in both raw and cooked dishes. Fennel stalk or cardoon can be used instead of celery in cooked dishes, but ... More »

The four vegetables with the lowest carbohydrate content are radishes, celery, spinach and lettuce, which all contain less than two grams per serving. The amount of carbohydrates consumed will vary depending on serving s... More »

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Zucchini, celery, strawberries, apricots and cherries are some low-carbohydrate fruits and vegetables. Dark, leafy greens such as Swiss chard and spinach are particularly low in carbohydrates. More »

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Watermelon and grapes are fruits that act as natural diuretics, and celery, asparagus, artichoke, cucumber, eggplant and onion are vegetables that are natural diuretics. Herbal diuretics include dandelion, corn silk, gin... More »

Chop celery into chunks, and place the celery pieces inside freezer bags or containers before storing them in the freezer. To prevent the celery pieces from sticking together, spread them out on a tray, and freeze them i... More »

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