12 Valuable Lemon Facts

Lemons are one of the most valuable fruits to have in your anti-cancer diet.

They are power packed with: Vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, citric acid, and pectin fiber. Though they are acidic in nature (with a pH of 2 to 3), once they are consumed they become alkaline-forming. preparation.

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An alkaline diet is recommended when healing cancer, therefore lemons should be a key ingredient food choice.

Lemons have specific compounds found in them (as well as other citrus fruits) that are known as flavonoids and limonoids. These may either stop the formation and growth of cancer cells, or have been shown in studies to kill them outright. Incorporating lemons into your anti-cancer diet is easy and natural, as they can be used in salads, squeezed over fresh salmon, and added to your daily water intake.

12 Lemon healing features:

Aids digestion

Aids in weight loss

Flushes toxins by stimulating your liver

Boosts the immune system

Is a great source of Vitamin C

Contains pectin fiber (for colon health)

Is a powerful antibacterial

Helps prevent the growth of bacteria (causing disease)

Is high in Potassium (for red blood cell production and blood pressure).

Helps reduce pain and inflammation in joints and knees

Helps prevent wrinkles and acne

Helps fight viral infections

One lemon a day...

Drinking water first thing in the morning can help flush the digestive system and re-hydrate the body.

Since the acids found in lemon juice encourage your body to process food ingredients more slowly, this means insulin levels will remain more steady. Better nutrient absorption can mean less bloating. Lemon water also benefits enzyme function, stimulating the liver to flush out toxins. All of this helps detox the skin, which is a body's other big elimination system.


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