Avoid This Common Mistake When Drinking Lemon Water - videotopup.com
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You've probably heard about the benefits of drinking water with lemon on an empty stomach. Or you may have tried drinking lemon water every day and been surprised with the results.

But did you know that there is a more effective way to get lemon's benefits? That's what we're going to show you in today's video!

Drinking lemon water on an empty stomach gives you several benefits, since it is a drink that's rich in anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, that can help fight a great number of viruses, bacteria and microorganisms that affect our health.

Furthermore, only 2 spoonfuls of lemon give us 23% of our recommended daily dosage of vitamin C, which strengthens our immune system and prevent sicknesses. Warm water with lemon improves digestion almost immediately, and also helps prevent insulin spikes that can cause diabetes.

When we make lemon water, we try to get the most out of it. However, there’s a detail that many people overlook.

Most of the nutrients in the lemon are found in it's peel.

In order to fully benefit from the lemon, do this:

Wash a few lemons and cut them in half.
Next, squeeze the juice out of them.
Then put the lemon peel in a cup of warm water. It’s important to use clean, organic lemons.
Wait about 15 minutes for the lemon peel to soak in the water,
Next, take the peel out and drink the water.

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