Adding lemon to water helps it to hydrate your body faster.
I don't know that it helps weight-loss or not, but it's certainly healthier than coffee and many teas, especially when you think of the cleansing process, and our bodies being all clogged by toxins. I suppose if our colons are clean, and everything moves how it should, one might see a few pounds come off...
a little bit of lemon wiht water is pretty refreshing... that's about it though. as far as helping with hydration, your body can only absorb so much water at one time, and the only thing I know that affects hydration is the temperature of the water.
As long as you're not talking about some crazy concentration of lemon juice...
If you're talking about the lemonade diet... it's pure BS... drinking water will satiate hunger, and therefore you just won't eat... drinking plenty of water will always help detox your system, that's why every nutrition specialist will tell you to drink lots of water. nothing special about the lemon other than a good source of vitamin C.
Almost as cunningly simple in its title as ?green drink? - lemon water is quite blindingly straightforward in its makeup: it is water with lemon squeezed in. Could it be any easier?
The beauty of lemon water is that it is tasty, refreshing and best of all, alkalising. The lemon juice raises the alkalinity of the water so even with standard tap water you can make your drink pH neutral.
However, for the full lemon water effect: distilled/ionised water with Alkalive?s pH booster (or Prime pH or another pH drop) and lemon creates the ultimate alkaline water. The trick however, is to have the water lukewarm. If the water is too hot or too cold then it will cause the body to expand energy in order to process it. Lukewarm water also has that comforting feeling to it?
I know a lot of you know about lemon water already, through reading/learning about alkalising or through Gillian McKeith (who also recommends lemon water on rising) - but it is always a good thing to reinforce the basics.
So What Are the Benefits of Drinking Lemon Water?
Apart from being an amazing body alkalizer/alkaliser, lemon water also gives the following health benefits:
- Lemons are antiseptic
- Lemon water has excellent digestive properties and can ease heartburn, bloating and other digestion problems
- Lemon water cleanses and stimulates the liver and kidneys
- Lemon juice contains calcium, magnesium and potassium
- Lemon juice has been known to relieve asthma
- Lemon water (hot) offers relief from cold and flu symptoms while providing some much needed Vitamin C
- Lemon juice is a great skin cleanser
Warm Lemon Water Benefits Warm lemon water serves as the perfect good morning drink, as it aids the digestive system and makes the process of eliminating the waste products from the body easier. It prevents the problem of constipation and diarrhea from taking place, by ensuring smooth bowel functions. Read further to explore information about hot lemon water benefits?
Lemon is a vitamin C rich citrus fruit that enhances your beauty, by rejuvenating skin from within and thus bringing a glow on your face. One of the major health benefits of drinking lemon water is that it paves way for losing weight faster, thus acting as a great weight loss remedy. Lemon water flushes out body toxins and thus is extremely beneficial for the body.
Lemon, a fruit popular for its therapeutic properties, helps promote your immune system and thus, protects you from the clutches of most types of infections. It also plays the role of blood purifier. Lemon is a fabulous antiseptic bestowed on us by Mother Nature. Limewater juice works wonders for people having heart problem, owing to its high potassium content. So, make it a part of your daily routine to drink a glass of warm lemon water in the morning and then open your gateway to enjoy its health benefits.
Honey in Lemon or Lime Water? Since we started blogging about the health benefits of lemon water I have received lots of questions from people wondering if it is ok to put a spoonful of honey into their lemon water to sweeten it up (as recommended on other websites and a few books). The short answer is no.
Honey is obviously sugar, and although ?natural? - the effect on the body is the detrimental whether sugar is natural or not.
I have to say I really enjoyed the basil water and the mint water. It's simple enough to do and tastes good.
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