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Right Time To Drink Lime Water, Before Or After A Workout?

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James Dudley

Curejoy Expert James Dudley Explains:

Nature is the doctor for all living creatures. All natural fruits and vegetables are born medicines. One such wonder cure is lime.

The juice squeezed out of lime is a potent anti-toxin that cleanses and purifies the digestive system and blood. It also is loaded with anti-oxidants that invigorate and energize the body functions. Lime juice has been a natural thirst-quencher for ages and an essential element in a healthy diet.

Nutritionists’ advice consumption of fresh lime water every morning to get rid of cancer, blood pressure, urinary tract problems and so on. A slice of lemon with lukewarm water is always advice for a general person to lose weight. But, if you are a workout person then you need to consume it differently.

Strenuous exercise exerts your tissues, muscles and organs and sweating releases vital body fluids. Drinking lime water after your workout helps replenish your body and prevent dehydration. Trainers’ advice keeping a couple of slices of lime in your bottle of water to keep sipping throughout the day. This concoction is almost a must and increase your quantity during hot and humid summer season.

Intense exercise creates an acidic environment in your body.  If you don’t neutralize the acid with what you eat, your body will use the calcium from your bones and nitrogen from your muscle tissue to neutralize it.  Lemons and limes have a neutralizing effect on your body as they are considered alkaline inside the body, even if they are acidic in nature.

Lime water will help cover up for lost fluids in case you do moderate intensity exercise for under 60 mins. If your regimen extends beyond the hour mark and includes high intensity workouts then the lime juice should be supported with other energy drinks.

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.

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Caroline Swan
Caroline Swan 5pts

Yes I love limes! How hard is it to post a pic of limes instead of lemons!

Joyce Martinez-Riddell
Joyce Martinez-Riddell 5pts

Luly Renteria after workout \U0001f4aa and this is a great page helpful tips \U0001f44d

Anna Elizabeth
Anna Elizabeth 5pts

How is this possibly the name of an actual article....

Hanuman Bairwa
Hanuman Bairwa 5pts

After a workout..........to mainain the elctrolyte equilibrium...........

Mehran Farahbakhsh
Mehran Farahbakhsh 5pts

i love your stuff, it is like you know the right things to say,,,:))))))))