20 Ways Lemons Can Improve Your Health

Updated: Nov 3, 2020

This simple fruit can change your life.


When it comes to your immunity -- simple is best. There are plenty of supplements, nutrition fads and opinions about what's best for your body. It really comes down to finding what works for you. A common concept that is used by many people in healthcare is the basic idea of using lemon in water.


If life gives you lemons -- the possibilities are endless!

The most basic thing you can do, is take action and be a participant in your health. Add lemon to water every morning as the first thing you drink for a week--and see how you feel!


Top 20 Reasons to Drink Lemon Water

  • Increases Your Metabolism

  • Improves Mental Function

  • Relieves Constipation

  • Low in Calories

  • Prevents Colds & Flus

  • Reduces Blood Pressure

  • Skin becomes Clearer

  • Promotes Weight Loss

  • Natural Anti-Inflammatory

  • Reduces Stress Levels

  • Benefits the Eyes

  • Relieves Throat Issues

  • Supports Liver Function

  • Helps Stabilize Blood Sugar

  • Rich in Vitamins and Minerals

  • Re-hydrates the Entire Body

  • Balances the pH of the Body

  • Supports the Lymphatic System

  • Boosts Energy and Mood

  • Prevents Kidney Stones


This extensive list is not even everything! Consider the idea that taking small steps in the right direction can make a difference in your life. (#lemonwater #immunity)


If you have any questions or want to learn more -- send us an email!

In the meantime, Drink Up!


Immunity Challenge

Drink lemon in your water for 7 days. Tell us how Lemon Water everyday has made you feel.


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