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Are you a fan of lemon water? Do you like to drink it cold or warm? Careful! In today’s video, you will discover the 6 most common mistakes that people make when drinking water with lemon or its juice. In addition, I will tell you all the benefits, advantages and effects on your body of consuming a glass of lemon water daily.

Did you know that lemon juice is an excellent source of vitamin C and that it contains small amounts of B vitamins and potassium? In addition, lemons contain beneficial health compounds, such as citric acid and flavonoids, which are natural anti-inflammatories.

Water with lemon is very healthy, especially if we crush and add part of the peel rich in antioxidant flavonoids, it can help reduce inflammation in your body, which can be very useful for people with diabetes, liver and kidney problems, obesity, high blood pressure and metabolic diseases.

Lemon juice also has antimicrobial properties that can help fight some types of bacteria and fungi, including candida.

In addition, the citrate it contains helps expel kidney stones.

The flavonoids present in lemon peel have antioxidant properties, vitamins and have been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes and cognitive decline.

The most frequent mistakes that people make when consuming water with lemon are: adding little or only a few drops of lemon to the water, not diluting it sufficiently, not washing their mouth after drinking it, believing that drinking a lot of water with lemon causes anemia, and not knowing its negative effects.

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Drinking water with lemon should be avoided in those who have stomach ulcers, gastritis or gastroesophageal reflux.

If you’re a fan of the fresh, tart flavor of lemons, don’t make these mistakes so you can continue enjoying them! In addition to their delicious flavor, lemons are a powerful ally for your health.

Video for educational purposes.

Source: Dr. Veler

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