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Does celery juice have nitrates?

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Yes, celery contains a very high concentration of natural nitrate. If celery juice is treated with a bacterial culture, it produces nitrite.

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No I dont think so!!

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I used to have celery in the soup when I was a kid!

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I remember my diet freak friend once telling me that green vegetables have large amounts of nitratres. She further went on explaining how eating green veggies helped her manage her low blood pressures issue because of the nitrates getting converted to nitrite in the body.
Btw just wanted to inform, all this conversation started when some one criticized how can she drink celery juice. lol!

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