The origins of  lemon, are believed to have originated in India, China and Burma and then entered Europe through Italy in the 1st century AD.
A glass of lemon juice contains less than 25 calories. It is a rich source of nutrients such as calcium, potassium, vitamin C and fiber pectin. It also has medicinal properties and antibacterial properties. It also contains traces of iron and vitamin A.
The daily routine to drink a glass of hot lemon water in the morning on an empty stomach and enjoy its health benefits.
• Lemon is an excellent and rich source of vitamin C, an essential nutrient that protects the body against immune system deficiencies
• Lemons contain pectin fiber, which is very beneficial for colon health and also serves as a powerful antibacterial
• Balances the pH, will reduce the acidity in your body, which is where disease states occur, maintaining the pH balance levels in the body
• Having the lemon juice hot early in the morning helps eliminate toxins
• Helps digestion and stimulates the production of bile
• It is also a great source of citric acid, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium
• Helps prevent the growth and multiplication of pathogenic bacteria that cause infections and diseases
• Helps reduce pain and inflammation in the joints and knees as uric acid dissolves
• Helps cure the common cold
• The content of potassium in lemon helps nerve cells in the brain and nourish
• The liver is strengthened, providing energy to the liver enzymes when they are too diluted
• Helps balance calcium and oxygen levels in the liver. In case of heartburn, drinking a glass of concentrated lemon juice can give relief
• It is of great benefit for the skin and prevents the formation of wrinkles and acne
• Helps maintain eye health and helps fight eye problems
• Helps the production of digestive juices
• Lemon juice helps replenish the body’s salts especially after an intense training session
Filled with all kindness, make it a point to start the day with a glass of hot lemon water. Its curative and cleansing effects will have positive effects on your long-term health.
However, it is very important to keep in mind that when the lemon juice comes directly in contact with the teeth, it can ruin the enamel of the teeth. Therefore, it is advisable to consume it dilutes and also rinse your mouth well after drinking the lemon juice.
Paola Frizzarin

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