Lemon water every morning 10 benefits | Natural Health
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Lemons have many beneficial properties for health that have been recognized for centuries. The two main ones are on the one hand their powerful anti-bacterial and antiviral action and on the other hand their effectiveness to stimulate the immune system. It is also used in diets. You can also drink lemon water.
Indeed, lemon juice is also digestive. It is finally a good depurative for the liver. Lemons contain many substances, especially citric acid, calcium, magnesium, vitamin C, bioflavonoids, pectin and limonene that strengthen the body’s defenses and fight infections.
How should lemon water be prepared?
You must use mineral water that must be warm and not boiling. The water must not be cold because our body assimilates it slowly and it has to spend more energy to assimilate the icy water than the warm water.
Always use fresh lemons, preferably organic, and never bottled lemon juice. Squeeze 1/2 lemon in a glass of water to drink on waking and fasting……For more watch a video in detail.
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