If you have become accustomed to thinking about celery as a crunchy, low-cal vegetable but not a key part of your health support, it is time to think again. Recent research has greatly bolstered our knowledge about celery’s anti-inflammatory health benefits, including its protection against inflammation in the digestive tract itself. Some of the unique non-starch polysaccharides in celery—including apiuman—appear especially important in producing these anti-inflammatory benefits. In addition to well-known antioxidants like vitamin C and flavonoids, scientists have now identified at least a dozen other types of antioxidant nutrients in celery. These antioxidants include dihydrostilbenoids like lunularin as well as furanocoumarins like bergapten and psoralen. The antioxidant support we get from celery is largely due to its phenolic nutrients that have been shown to help protect us against unwanted oxidative damage to our cells, blood vessels, and organ systems.
Celery is not only nutritious food , but also very good and spicy seasoning and effective remedies from nature. So don’t wait too much, prepare this tasty soup right now.
- In the hot oil fry chopped onions and diced chopped chicken, then add chopped carrots, potatoes and celery.
- Pour the water, adding spice to a dish, season with salt, pepper and cook until vegetables are soften.
- Prepare mixture of egg yolks and sour cream.
- Pour the mixture to the soup, stir and serve in deep dish.
- Sprinkle with chopped parsley and serve hot.
- 3 tablespoons oil
- 150 g onion
- 200 g carrots
- 250 g of potatoes
- 200 g celery
- 250 g chicken white meat
- 3 egg yolks
- 150 g sour cream
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