Some things are fresh and delicious. Like the lemon. It’s good for your health and also delicious in your water! I’ll explain to you why it’s so good for your health!
- Nutritional value
We all know that lemon is a source of vitamins and minerals. Lemon is packed with vitamin C, which is full of antioxidants. Other vitamins in lemon are: vitamins A, B6 and B1.
2. Warm water with lemon
Warm lemon water aids digestion. After all, poor digestion can lead to health problems. Start your day with a glass of warm lemon water. It’s the healthiest drink ever! Warm lemon water prevents constipation and bloating. In addition, warm lemon water also strengthens your immune system. Lemon water also prevents bladder problems, cleans your body and breaks down waste products faster.
3. Lemon water in the morning
Your energy level and health for the whole day depends on what you eat and drink in the morning. A glass of warm lemon water will give you an energy boost. Did you know that lemon water is also good for the condition of your mouth? That sounds crazy, but lemon water kills the bacteria that cause bad odors. Comes in handy during that meeting.
4. With honey
Lemon water and honey is a golden combination. These two are bacteria-inhibiting and rich in antioxidants. Fill a glass with warm lemon water, add a teaspoon of honey and stir well. The drink makes you feel fuller so you can concentrate well at school and/or work! Honey lemon water is also the miracle cure for colds. The honey soothes your sore throat and the lemon ensures that all the pathogenic bacteria are killed.
5. With salt
Lemon water and salt is ideal for detoxing your body. It helps to cleanse your body and remove harmful substances. Lemon water with salt also ensures that minerals are better absorbed by your body. Think potassium, iron, calcium and more. All these minerals strengthen your bones and prevent health problems, among other things.
Since lemon water isn’t good for your teeth, it’s better to drink it through a straw.
Love, Skye Lewis/Deem ❤
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