In Love With Lemonade

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Lemonade Stronger Daily
Lemonade Stronger Daily

What is better than a glass of lemon water in the morning? These days I was looking for the benefits of lemon and I was surprised of what I found. We all know that lemon is a inexpensive fruit, available everywhere and recognized for its culinary uses, but also medicinal.

Lemon juice and grated lemon zest are used to prepare various recipes, as well as lemon tarts, chicken with lemon sauce or for the lemonade, best drink ever. Lemon contains a rich source of vitamin C, B, riboflavin and minerals like calcium, phosphorus and carbohydrates. So, lemon water is therefore a cocktail of health, giving us a number of important benefits, but also an immediate refreshment. Here are reasons why you should drink lemonade daily:

It helps to relieve digestion of several problems when it is mixed with hot water.

Aids digestion

It helps to relieve digestion of several problems when it is mixed with hot water. Consumed as tea, lemon can reduce nausea, heartburn and even intestinal parasites. Due to the excellent digestive juice, lemon helps to relieve the symptoms of bloating and can act as a cleaning agent, preventing kidney stone formation.

Excellent for /skin care

Due to its antiseptic, lemon can become an ally in treating skin problems. Daily consumption of lemon water can make a measurable improvement in skin appearance, acting as an anti-aging remedy and being able to remove wrinkles and blackheads.

Lemonade – even the word alone brings a big smile and lot’s of good mood.

It’s the best there is

Lemonade can be done in any way you want, with honey, with tea or just the classic simple water with a big piece of lemon in it and a mint leaf on top. Lemonade – even the word alone brings a big smile and lot’s of good mood.

Don’t just stand there, go and make some lemonade!

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<a href=”http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en”>CC-BY 2.0</a>, via Flickr. Available from: <a href=”https://farm1.staticflickr.com/215/525694779_30fe8c7275_s.jpg“>Lemonade, by Daniel Go, on Flickr</a>