Friday, February 10, 2017

Health benefits of lemon

Lemons are in the family of Rutaceae and grow on a small evergreen tree. Botanically it is a berry, known through the world, and is used in numerous food and cuisines.

They are grown primarily for the fresh market with their juice as flavoring in beverages. A squeeze of lemon juice adds a fresh citrusy flavor that can enhance the flavor of many foods.

The combination of lemon juice and warm water improves digestion. The lemon water also helps to stimulate digestive system, encouraging the liver to produce bile while is needed for digestion.

The high amount of vitamin C in the lemon juice helps to give immune systems a boost. Saponins, found in lemons, have antimicrobial properties that may help prevent colds and the flu.

In order to manage high blood pressure, it is suggested to drink 7 to 8 glasses of water every day, in which have been squeezed half a lemon.
Health benefits of lemon
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