Lemon is one of a very low in calorie citrus fruits and an essential food in kitchens everywhere. Lemons contain unique flavonoid compounds that have antioxidant and anti-cancer properties, such as vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and fiber. Their inner flesh is encased in segments, with the average lemon having eight to ten. They are also acidic to the taste, but they are one of the most alkaline-forming foods which make them great for balancing a highly acidic condition in the body.
Benefits of Lemons
- Alkalize the body
- Freshen the breath
- Destroy intestinal worms
- Help skin issues
- Strengthen blood vessels
- Clean the bowels
- Dissolve gallstones, calcium deposits, and kidney stones
- Boost the immune system
- Help weight loss
A new scientific study has proved how limonoids, the natural bonds present in lemons and other citrus fruits prevent and strongly stop the development of cancer cells, especially breast cancer.
In order to use the entire lemon, you should freeze it. You will enjoy it even more in its total flavor, especially the crust.
- Take a non-sprayed lemon.
- Rinse it well and put it in the freezer (you can put the whole lemon or slice it).
- After it has frozen well, take it out and grind it!
- You can then put it on salads, ice-cream, soups, cereals, pasta, your favorite drinks or on/in anything else!
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