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7 Benefits Of Having Lemon Water In The Morning

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A human being is said to be able to survive three weeks without food, but only three days without water.

Although eating food often appears to have more importance than drinking water, water is not just a crucial facilitator for our survival but each cell, tissue, and organ in our body needs water to carry out essential functions smoothly. 

We lose water from our bodies through sweating, digestion, and even breathing. Which makes it all the more important to keep yourself hydrated and eat foods which contain water.

However, water alone is sometimes not enough. There a number of natural nutrient boosters you can add to your water to better your chances of getting rid of those stubborn fat deposits in your body and keeping your body healthy.

So, today we are going to discuss the benefits of drinking lemon water, especially as the first thing in the morning.

1. Digestion

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Lemon juice when mixed with water, can help flush out the toxins in your body through your digestive tracts. This also helps ease digestive issues such as, indigestion, heartburn, and bloating. In addition, it makes your morning poop session feel like a breeze, as it hydrates the walls of your colon and stimulates bile production, which makes passing bowels much easier.

2. Immunity

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With a wealthy bank of vitamin C in lemon juice, drinking lemon water helps strengthen the immune system by fighting free-radicals, weakening the bad bacteria in our body, keeping them from surviving for too long, helping fight various ailments, and even balancing the body’s temperature so we are always in tiptop shape.

3. Energy

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Lemon water helps balance the body’s blood sugars and keeps us from feeling sleepy or lethargic. It also boosts our energy levels almost instantly, making it the perfectly natural energy drink to have before a morning run. Lemon water also keeps your brain sharp and alert so you begin your day with a good mood.

4. Weight Loss

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Although there little scientific evidence to prove that lemon water is a miracle weight-loss drink,  adding it to your daily morning routine or drinking it on a regular basis, may help you shed weight a lot faster in the long-run. Lemon water also naturally fills you up and keeps you from feeling hungry too soon, hence keeping your cravings and snacking habits in check.

5. Antibacterial And Antiviral

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The natural antioxidants called flavonoids in lemons, have strong antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties, which help the body fight against various illnesses such as, sore throats, seasonal flues, the common cold, and even a lot of digestive disorders. If not cure them, it helps reduce the period of time you’re sick and helps you deal with the symptoms better.

6. Brain Power

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Lemons have a high level of potassium and magnesium, which are essential minerals for the smooth functioning of brain and nerves. So when you drink lemon water in the morning, it is said to keep you from feeling groggy or sleepy and helps your mind remain refreshed and focused. It also helps fight disorders such as anxiety, depression, and even reduces your stress levels.

7. Cancer

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Lemon’s antioxidant properties are powerful cancer cell inhibitors. This means that they have the power to keep the cancer cells from growing, manifesting, or even remaining in your system. It is believed that drinking lemon water regularly may reduce your chances of being diagnosed by most forms of cancer out there.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.