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What happens to our body if we regularly take water and lemon

By Alison Forde
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Many people have probably heard of the benefits of this drink, taken regularly every morning, perhaps instead of the usual coffee or tea. We are talking about water and lemon, a mix considered a real "elixir" of health and well-being, capable of providing numerous benefits and a contribution to different health friendly substances.

But is this really so? Is water and lemon really a cure-all? There is no scientific research that has focused specifically on the union between these two elements. However, since they are two simple and widely used ingredients, it is possible to examine the known benefits of both. The answer would seem to confirm that water and lemon is a drink capable of giving our well-being a series of advantages. Let's find out 7.

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 1. With water, the body remains hydrated

It seems almost obvious, but drinking enough water is the first step to staying well hydrated throughout the day. It is important not to limit it to meals only and, in the early morning, perhaps together with lemon, its intake is even more essential.

2. While water hydrates, lemon provides vitamin C

Citrus fruits are known to be rich in vitamin C, the primary antioxidant that helps protect our cells from damage caused by free radicals. Despite the fact that lemon is not at the top of the list of fruits that provide this vital substance, several studies have shown that its juice is a good way to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, high blood pressure and to combat seasonal ailments such as colds.

3. It can help us lose weight

The polyphenolic antioxidants found in lemons reduce body weight gain: various studies carried out on mice have shown this. At the same time, these substances improved insulin resistance, compensating for the negative effects of blood glucose. Water and lemon juice, in humans, could be a drink that helps improve the feeling of satiety, which is certainly not bad for our diet.

4. Thanks to vitamin C, the skin remains younger; thanks to water, more hydrated

This benefit is also mainly linked to lemon. Thanks to it, a source of vitamin C, the skin is able to better combat the signs of aging, dryness and therefore the tendency to form wrinkles. The same applies to the supply of water, which helps to maintain the right hydration, even in the skin.

 

5. It can help our digestion

This drink, if taken first of all in the morning, can be useful to make our digestive system move, especially if lemon juice - with it's beneficial properties for the intestine - is mixed with hot water.

6. Thanks to citric acid, it can help prevent kidney stones

Mixing hot water and lemon means taking citric acid, also composed of citrate, a component that makes urine less acidic and therefore can help prevent painful stones from forming.

7. It can stimulate salivation and reduce halitosis

We know that lemon is a citrus with an unmistakable and powerful perfume. It is precisely this that is able to cover strong odors. Mixed with water, and taken early in the morning or after meals, it can give us a hand to stimulate salivation, preventing dry mouth: two factors that can cause halitosis.

 

 

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Trying to introduce this drink in our daily diet, therefore, can be a good idea to improve some aspects of our health and prevent some unpleasant diseases. It is clear that we need to take it regularly to ensure that this mix is ​​effective. Lemon juice is better if it comes from fresh lemons, possibly organic. The water, on the other hand, should be filtered and warm (to start the day). To get a little more flavor, it's not a bad idea to add mint, honey, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric or maple syrup.

As always, we remind you that this article is for illustrative purposes only, and that the information contained within it can never replace a doctor's opinion. For any doubts about your health, it is always good to consult a specialist.

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