Oct 19, 2021
Do you like a little lemon in your tea? Well, if so, good for you. Lemons are a very healthy fruit and they have a great taste and smell. They can be used in cooking, in your tea or beverage, and even for cleaning around the house. Lemons have a lot of vitamin C, fiber and plant compounds that make them so beneficial to your health. They have been found to reduce your risk of heart disease, digestive issues, kidney stones, and even cancer. This versatile fruit can be used to flavor your baked goods, marinades, salad dressings, and sauces, all while providing you great vitamins and nutrients. One lemon contains: Calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium, vitamin c, folate, phosphorous, choline, vitamin A and lutein as well as small amounts of riboflavin, vitamin B-6, copper, manganese, thiamin and pantothenic acid. Adding a little lemon in your daily water intake has been shown to exhibit many benefits. It has been shown to help with weight loss and can even help relieve depression. Citrus fruits, including lemons, have been found to lower the risk of strokes, and lower blood pressure for women. They are a great source of vitamin C which we know is a potent antioxidant and can help in the prevention of cancer. It can help with your complexion due to the vitamin C content too. It increases your body’s ability to absorb iron and has been found to help people suffer fewer asthma attacks. And, of course, it helps boost your immune system which is the most important thing in today’s crazy virus ridden environment. Your healthy immune system is the best defense against all the attacks our body takes each day while we are living. You can add lemon to water for a great natural cleaning solution too and it leaves a great, clean smell behind. So, add some lemon or lemon water to your diet. Affordable and easy to do. Stay healthy and stay safe.