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Benefits of Drinking Lukewarm Lemon Water

Benefits of drinking lukewarm lemon water

By Health ShopPublished 2 months ago 3 min read
Benefits of Drinking Lukewarm Lemon Water
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The first food and drink after waking up in the morning is very important that affects the whole day, so it should be decided very wisely what to eat and drink for breakfast.

According to the American website 'Healthline', it is better to start the morning with tea or coffee than to use lemon with a glass of warm water, it has many other benefits along with weight loss. If you want to spend the day on a lighter note, then starting the day with a glass of lemon water is a good idea.

According to American nutritionist Natalie Olsey, starting the day with a glass of lukewarm lemon water is a healthy practice, its positive effects can be seen within days, the human body is like a machine if it has 6 to 8 hours. After this, if the first drink is lemon water, this machine will work well and many diseases will also be saved.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, lemons are not the top fruit in terms of vitamin C, but they are a good source of vitamin C. One lemon juice contains about 18.6 milligrams of vitamin C, compared to an adult's 1. 65 to 90 mg of vitamin C a day is recommended.

Detoxifying agent

Lemon contains high amount of alkaline which helps to balance the 'PH' in the human body, lemon water also removes harmful substances from the body which makes a person feel fresh and light.

Better for the digestive system

If the digestive system is not working properly and there is a complaint of acidity, then lemon water is the best remedy for it, it accelerates the metabolism which eliminates the acidity and relaxes the stomach. They disappear.

Aids in weight loss

The soluble fiber in lemons known as pectin is a great aid in weight loss.

Prevents the formation of kidney stones

Citrate, a component of stearic acid, reduces the amount of acid in the urine, which helps break the stone into smaller pieces. Not only does it contain vitamin C, but it also helps in preventing the formation of kidney stones.

Boosts your immune system

Lemons are high in vitamin C, which is great for fighting colds. But the question I had was, why? When I looked into it further, I discovered that Vitamin C has been shown to increase white blood cell production.

Those white blood cells are the defender cells that attack bacteria and viruses. Vitamin C may also keep existing immune cells healthier and better produce enough of the kind of antibodies that attach to viruses and bacteria to mark them for destruction.

Lemon juice balances the body’s pH

Lately, you may have noticed that people are talking a lot about reducing the body’s acidity by eating and drinking alkaline foods. You may be surprised to learn that while lemon juice is acidic outside of the body, its effect is alkalizing after it has been fully metabolized.

That means that drinking lemon water in the morning can raise your body’s pH, promoting healthy cell function and structure and creating a less hospitable environment for bacteria and viruses.

And freshens breath

Not only does warm lemon water make your breath nicer, but it can help relieve tooth pain and gingivitis.

But be careful about brushing your teeth after your warm lemon water in the morning. The citric acid in lemon juice can erode tooth enamel, so you should monitor this. You could always consult with your dentist for advice.

Lemon may even help respiratory problems

As noted above, drinking warm lemon water helps eliminate chest infections and halt those pesky coughs. It’s thought to be helpful to people with asthma and allergies, too. This may be because the vitamin C in lemon juice boosts the immune system and the compound limonene also helps the body resist asthma triggers as a result.


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