Medical Medium Anthony William on the Dos and Don’ts of Celery Juice

Medical Medium Anthony William on the Dos and Don’ts of Celery Juice

“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with medical medium and New York Times best-selling author Anthony William to talk about his powerful celery juice health remedy.

William is the man behind the movement that is taking the world by storm, and has Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone, Jenna Dewan and Kim Kardashian all juiced up.

Anthony, who calls it the “first organic movement of our time,” recommends 16 oz. of fresh juice every morning on an empty stomach.

“It has to be celery juice by itself. That’s a mistake made all the time,” he said, insisting people should avoid any added products like collagen, apple cider vinegar, water, ice cubes or lemon.

William said if you consume on a full stomach “you lose the pathogen-killing ability that is getting people better.”

Anthony said many of the success stories he’s heard surround those with skin issues like eczema, psoriasis and acne.

“Some of the worst acne cases you’ve ever seen, and they’ve tried everything, and they try celery juice, and it is reversing it... and the before and afters are unbelievable,” Anthony said.

Celery juice is one of the healing tools revealed in his series of medical medium books… including his latest "Liver Rescue."

He told Renee he wrote “Liver Rescue” because “so many illnesses stem from the liver, so I needed a book that covered that in its entirety so people can heal… we age because of our liver. Our liver ages, then we age faster.”


Anthony is also the author of "Life-Changing Foods," "Medical Medium" and "Thyroid Healing."

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