In man’s endless bid to be as healthy as humanly possible, fruits and veggies has a front row seat due to their super dual ability to flush out toxins and yet nourish the body with all the minerals and vitamins it needs. At the helm of the super fruits and veggies family is the lemon fruit. Drinking a glass of lemon infused water every morning has being known to help eliminate toxins, cleanse system and floods your body with necessary nutrients and immune boosters. The health benefit of drinking lemon water daily is almost too numerous to count. Below are twenty reasons why you should make it a lifestyle habit.
- Relieves constipation.
- Gives you cleaner skin
- Reduces stress level
- Gives you better breathe.
- Promote weight loss.
- Good for your brain.
- Great bone builder.
- Low in calories.
- Excellent for pregnant woman.
- Good for the liver
- Help to stabilize sugar level
- Protect your body from disease.
- Revs your metabolism
- Prevent cold and flu
- Rehydrate your entire body.
- Keeps your eyes healthy.
- Natural Anti- inflammatory
- Reduces blood pressure.
- Vitamin and mineral rich
- Detoxifies your body.
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