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Top 10 Natural Health Benefits Of Lemon Tea

Top 10 Natural Health Benefits Of Lemon Tea

by Leslie Gabriel January 20, 2020

Start the day with lemon tea and end it feeling fantastic.

According to multiple studies that have noted everything from the citrus drink’s immune system-promoting capabilities to the natural health benefits of lemon team on energy and blood pressure, making the drink part of your morning routine can pave the way for a stronger, healthier body.

Here Are The Top 10 Natural Health Benefits of Drinking Lemon Tea ...

Lemon Tea Is Loaded With Vitamin C - Lemon tea can contain roughly a quarter of your daily value of vitamin C, which is essential for healing and rebuilding body tissues. Known for aiding the immune system, vitamin C can help repair and promote heart, eye, and even skin health.

Lemon Tea Is Filled With Essential Nutrients - Aside from powerhouse Vitamin C, lemon tea contains several other nutrients good for your overall health largely due to its citric acid. These include potassium, which promotes the body’s electrolytes and nervous system; folate, which is key for developing blood cells; calcium, a foundation for the body’s bones as well as its heart and muscles; and magnesium, which offers a range of benefits that include lowering the risks of depression as well as type 2 diabetes.

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Lemon Tea Can Help Improve Blood Pressure - When assisted with walking, researchers in one study in Japan found that middle-aged women who ingested lemon daily demonstrated a recognizable stability of their blood pressure.

Lemon Tea Can Reduce Inflammation - Since lemons contain limonene, a colorless agent in citrus fruits that contains a myriad of benefits, lemon tea can help reducing inflammation in different parts of the body and conditions. From a reduction of inflammation in the heart to an improvement in flare-ups of asthma and arthritis, lemon tea can help.

Lemon Tea Aids Digestion - The combination of warm water and lemon can help regulate the body to improve digestion, especially early in the morning. Lemon tea does this by helping the digestive system move faster, which can prevent constipation.

Lemon Tea Helps The Body Respond To Insulin Sensitivity - Studies in participants’ intake of oolong, black, and green teas showed an improvement in the body’s response to insulin when taken without milk or other creamers.

Lemon Tea Is Good For Your Skin - From acne to wrinkles, vitamin-rich lemon tea’s collagen can help give drinkers glowing skin. The greatest factor is likely vitamin C, which can improve dryness, wrinkles, and atrophy.

Lemon Tea Is Good For The Liver - Citric acid and vitamin C play crucial roles in lemon tea’s effect on liver damage. Victims of both nonalcoholic fatty liver disease as well as liver damage from alcohol poisoning have seen improvements from lemon ingestion.

Lemon Tea Can Help You Lose Weight - Widely popularized for its miracle-working weight reduction ability, lemon tea’s effect on weight is not all myth. In fact, some of the tea’s other benefits, such as its effect on the liver and waste management, can help the body operate more efficiently, and its pectin fivers can help keep hunger pangs at bay. Regularly drinking lemon tea also helps your body stay hydrated, which can limit excess eating and replace higher-calorie drinks that would lead to greater weight gain.

Lemon Tea Gives You An Energy Boost - Starting the day with lemon tea might even replace your morning coffee thanks to the drink’s energy-boosting properties. Some researchers have credited the citrus drink’s negative ions for the boost it can give, while black lemon tea naturally contains caffeine. Lemon tea’s positive effects on the body, from the immune system to the digestive system, likely plays into the energy boost it can give. After all, a healthy body can bring a better outlook.

How To Get Started Drinking Lemon Tea - Making lemon tea part of your morning routine is simple and, best of all, customizable, and drinking it daily can help you benefit from its natural cures. While the caffeine-free herbal tea will help you stay the most hydrated, adding it to green or black tea can still offer a host of benefits, as can adding lemongrass or honey.

This video below can get you started with a recipe that you can alter to make the nutrient-boosting drink the first part of your day.

 




Leslie Gabriel
Leslie Gabriel

Author

Leslie Gabriel, CEO & Founder - An H2O activist, enthusiast and ambassador for water. After beating lifelong chronic skin rashes and other ailments, by simply using pure water to detox his body and mind, Leslie became a passionate believer in the power of water. A majority of Leslie's time is spent on what he considers the most important movement of modern times, The Water Sustainability Movement. He is a public speaker about the pressing need of water sustainability and the need to transform our relationship to water to a state of love and respect. Leslie Gabriel is also proud father of, who he calls, his "Not So Little People" - Kyla Elianna Gabriel (21) and Jeremiah Noah Gabriel (17). Leslie Gabriel is also an distance runner, hiker, skier, kayaker, camper, traveler and dancer.



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