• The Benefits to Drinking Lemon Water

    Lemon water is the perfect way to start your day. Lemon water aids in the digestive system and makes the process of eliminating waste products from the body easier.

    If you are in good health and weigh less than 150 pounds, squeeze the juice of one half a lemon (one ounce) into a glass of purified water and drink this mixture twice a day (one whole lemon a day.) If you weigh over 150 pounds, squeeze the juice out of an entire lemon (two ounces) into a glass of purified water and drink this mixture twice a day (two whole lemons a day.) The lemon juice can be diluted more according to taste.

    To help your body get the energy from the food you are eating, drink lemon water regularly. Next to drinking plain purified water, drinking lemon water daily is the most important thing you can do for your health.

  • Comments on this post (3 comments)

    • Richard lynn says...

      Thanks for the info

      October 26, 2019

    • Khargeswar says...

      Hi there!Thanks for your post. Although I agree with you on a lot of these points, I found msleyf asking these questions as I read:1. Out of ALL the drinks that are sold, water catches the most heat because people think you can easily drink tap. Though water can be obtained in this way, it is EASILY the most healthy option. Why aren’t people up in arms about soda bottles or juice drinks? Water (the cleanest, healthy option) should be lauded as a great alternative. When you are ‘on the go’ it is much more desirable to choose water over sugary drinks.2. 11 billion dollars in profit for an entire industry doesn’t actually bother me a bit. Businesses, by their very nature, are designed to make money. They aren’t set up as a non-profit group, so why does that figure matter? Would there be a more acceptable profit?Thanks again for bringing up this subject. It is interesting and deserves further discussion.

      September 21, 2012

    • Blondy says...

      You’re on top of the game. Thanks for shranig.

      July 04, 2011

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