Water with Honey & Lemon
A Morning Drink
The science-backed health benefits of warm water with lemon
and honey –
components of this drink are enriched with multiple nutrients-vitamins,
minerals and amino acids which your body needs to function properly. Warm
water too aids in digestion, relieves pain, enhances blood circulation, etc.
Read on to know how these 3 ingredients together can do wonders for you!
Lemon juice flushes out unwanted materials and toxins from the body. It’s atomic composition is similar to saliva and the hydrochloric acid of digestive juices. It encourages the liver to produce bile which is an acid that is required for digestion.
Cleanses Your System / is a Diuretic.
Lemon juice helps flush out unwanted materials in part because lemons increase the rate of urination in the body.
Boosts Your Immune System.
Lemons are high in vitamin C, which is great for fighting colds.
They’re high in potassium, which stimulates brain and nerve function. Potassium
also helps control blood pressure. Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) found in lemons
demonstrates anti-inflammatory effects, and is used as complementary support
for asthma and other respiratory symptoms plus it enhances iron absorption in
the body; iron plays an important role in immune function.
Balances pH Levels.
Lemons are one of the most alkalizing foods for the body. Sure, they are acidic on their own, but inside our bodies they’re alkaline (the citric acid does not create acidity in the body once metabolized). Lemons contain both citric and ascorbic acid, weak acids easily metabolized from the body allowing the mineral content of lemons to help alkalize the blood.
The vitamin C component as well as other
antioxidants helps decrease wrinkles and blemishes and it helps to combat free
radical damage. Vitamin C is vital for healthy glowing skin while its alkaline
nature kills some types of bacteria known to cause acne. It can actually be
applied directly to scars or age spots to help reduce their appearance. Since
lemon water purges toxins from your blood, it would also be helping to keep
your skin clear of blemishes from the inside out. The vitamin C contained in
the lemon rejuvenates the skin from within your body.
Energizes You and Enhances Your Mood.
Lemon is one of the few foods that contain more negative charged ions, providing your body with more energy when it enters the digestive tract. The scent of lemon also has mood enhancing and energizing properties. The smell of lemon juice can brighten your mood and help clear your mind. Lemon can also help reduce anxiety and depression.
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), found in abundance in lemons, promotes wound healing, and is an essential nutrient in the maintenance of healthy bones, connective tissue, and cartilage.
Besides fresher breath, lemons have been known to help relieve tooth pain and gingivitis. Be aware that citric acid can erode tooth enamel, so you should be mindful of this.
Hydrates Your Lymph System.
Warm water and lemon juice supports the immune system by hydrating and replacing fluids lost by your body.
Throughout the day, lots of harmful bacteria and germs enter our bodies from the air, the water that we drink and the food that we eat. These can do serious damage to us. Want to know how to tackle this then? A combination of honey and lime has very powerful anti-pathogen properties! It helps to neutralize the bacteria and germs. And the harmful elements will be flushed out of the body
Aids in Weight Loss
Lemons are high in pectin fiber, which helps fight hunger cravings.
Studies have shown people who maintain a more alkaline diet; do in fact lose
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