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Drink Lemon Water Instead Of Pills If You Have One Of These 15 Problems 

 January 18, 2021

By  Gabriela

Drinking a glass of warm lemon water on an empty stomach in the morning has a lot of benefits on our overall health.

Lemon juice is rich in vitamins B and C, antioxidants, phosphorus, protein, volatile oils, flavonoids, carbohydrates, and potassium.

This juice has antiviral and antibacterial properties and increases our immune system.

It also fights infections because of the high amounts of pectin, magnesium, bioflavonoids, vitamins, limonene, citric acid, and calcium.

Consuming one glass of warm lemon water in the morning helps digestion, flushes the system, promotes weight loss, fights hunger cravings, and forms an alkaline environment to balance the pH in the body.

Drinking Warm Lemon Water on an Empty Stomach is Beneficial for These 15 Health Conditions:

1. Heals Acne

Drinking lemon water aids metabolize the body’s acidic environment thus preventing acne breakouts.

Moreover, you can rub some lemon juice on your face for this purpose.

2. Suppression of Appetite and Weight Loss

Enzymes and vitamins contained in lemons help in the regulation of blood sugar so to keep a balance of the weight levels. The pectin fiber contained in this fruit fight the cravings for food. The lemon juice is a digestive aid as well. It supports bile production, responsible for food decomposition during the digestion process.

3. Elimination of Kidney Stones

The potassium in this fruit elevates the levels of citrate in the urine, thus preventing the formation of oxalate.

4. Immune system Booster

Water with lemon encourages the lymphatic system, which works simultaneously with the immune system with the aim to get rid of pathogens.

5. Gall Bladder Pain

Many people with painful gall bladder stones found drinking lemon water while eating helpful.

6. Flu and Cold Remedy

This fruit is rich in natural antioxidants, vitamin C, which boosts the immune system and possesses antibacterial and antiviral properties.

7. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

According to one reader, 2 weeks of drinking lemon water has replaced the tums of candy she was constantly consuming.

8. Stronger Finger Nails

According to many people, lemon water made their fingernails stronger and cleared the white spots on them.

9. Helps with Food-Borne Illnesses

These tips can be really helpful while traveling. Consume lemon water to prevent food poisoning. One reader even credits the lemon water for relieving the pain from compressed vertebrae.

10. Deals with Fibromyalgia

Another reader stated that her exhaustion due to fibromyalgia was decreased by a combination of yoga stretches and lemon water.

11. Reduces Inflammation

This fruit helps in the neutralization of acidity, which is the major cause of tissue inflammation.

12. Soothes Sore Muscles after Exercise

After a hard exercise, prepare yourself a fresh lemon juice and the pain in your muscles will be soothed.

13. Reduces Joint Pain and Swelling

Lemon water lowers the uric acid in joints, which is among the major causes of inflammation (especially in arthritis).

14. Lowers Cravings for Alcohol

One reader stated he succeeded to get rid of his alcohol craving by consuming lemon juices at parties.

15. Helps with Colitis

The imbalance of alkaline/acid levels in our body is called colitis. Consuming one glass of lemon water on a daily basis will balance your body’s pH levels and will lower the acidity.

Via Healthline

About the author 

Gabriela

A mom of two with a background in journalism, I took health into my own hands and started researching to find answers to my own health struggles. My research turned into a blog that turned into an amazing community (starring you!).When I'm not reading medical journals, creating new recipes, you can find me somewhere outside in the sun or undertaking some DIY remodeling project that inevitably takes twice as long as it was supposed to.

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