03/04/2018 3:58 PM | Julie Johnson (Administrator)

By Jorji Jett      503-899-8017

The Health Benefits Of Lemon Water Include Relief From Scurvy, Sore Throat, Constipation, Kidney Stones, Canker Sores, And Gum Disorders. It Also Helps To Lower Blood Pressure, Decrease Stress, Maintain Healthy Skin, And Promote A Healthy Liver. It Is Also Commonly Known To Aid Digestion, Reduce Calorie Intake, Help In Weight Loss, And Prevent Certain Types Of Cancer.

Lemon Water Nutrition Facts

Lemon water is derived from lemons which are a rich source of various vitamins and minerals. It contains water, protein, carbohydrates, and sugar. Lemons are a very good source of vitamin C and they also contain smaller amounts of different vitamins like thiamin, riboflavinniacinvitamin B-6, folate, and vitamin E. Lemons also contain various minerals such as ironmagnesiumphosphoruscalciumpotassium, and zinc. With all the important nutrients present in lemons, lemon water can be a very effective delivery system for many health benefits to people.

Who Benefits From Lemon Water?

It is beneficial for everyone except for those allergic to lemons. It should be consumed by anyone trying to live healthier, and it is a very good health drink, compared to the other carbonated and sugar-rich drinks that are available in the market which may not be as healthy as you think. Not only does lemon water rehydrate the body, but it also aids various bodily processes such as digestion.

How To Prepare Lemon Water

If you are already in relatively good health, add the juice of ½ a lemon in water and drink that twice a day. If you are overweight, then add the juice of 1 lemon into the water and drink it twice a day. Try to prepare and consume fresh lemon water quickly, rather than letting it sit or be stored in the fridge. You may also add salt or sugar to the lemon water if you need to improve the taste. You may also substitute sugar with honey. Lemon should be diluted according to your personal tastes. In order to help the body efficiently absorb the energy from the food you’re eating, add lemon water to your diet on a regular basis.

Hope you find this valuable information and feel free to reach out anytime for more tips, or get together over coffee to review any special needs you may have.  Thank you fellow WOW family!  

Jorji Jett      503-899-8017

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