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Is lemon water really good for our health?

 

Is lemon water really good for our health?      Drinking lemon juice with little water has seen a wide spread among those looking for detoxification of their bodies and fat burning.    There is much misinformation online about the benefits of drinking lemon juice with water, so The Sun has collected some of the most common information about this drink, revealing what scientists say about it.



Is lemon water really good for our health?



Drinking lemon juice with little water has seen a wide spread among those looking for detoxification of their bodies and fat burning.


There is much misinformation online about the benefits of drinking lemon juice with water, so The Sun has collected some of the most common information about this drink, revealing what scientists say about it.


Is lemon water good for you?


The only thing almost all scientists have agreed on is that we generally suffer from extreme dehydration in today's world, which is why alone, if adding lemon to water makes you more able to drink it, that's really good.


  • Lemon water can help stabilize your appetite, making you less snacked throughout the day (due to blood sugar balancing fibers).
  • Lemon water may increase your energy because it is rich in vitamin C, which helps your body absorb iron.
  • Lemon water can help protect your cells by offering them as an effective antioxidant and encouraging you to eat a healthy diet in general.


The drink helps promote skin freshness by giving it a boost of vitamin C, known for slowing aging processes, but without forgetting the good skincare routine and adopting sunscreen.


How much water with lemon should you drink every day?


  1. The amount you should drink entirely depends on your moisturizing goals.
  2. However, researchers tracked some indicators to help figure out
  3. the ideal amount for your lifestyle.


For women, 75 mg of vitamin C is recommended every day, while for men, 90 mg is recommended. This can change based on your weight, so if you are in doubt of the quantities required always discuss medical changes in your routine with your doctor.


Experts at MedicineNet recommend: "Fill one litre bottle with room temperature water, add about 4 slices of lemon and drink throughout the day for better hydration results."


Why is water better than other citrus water?


According to MedicalNewsToday, the nutritional facts of one 48g lemon are:


  • 10.6 calories
  • 18.6 milligrams of vitamin C or 21% of daily set value
  • 9.6 ug of folic acid or 2% of the daily set value
  • 49.4 mg of potassium or 1% of daily set value
  • 0.01 mg of vitamin B-1 or 1% of daily set value
  • 0.01 mg of vitamin B-2 or 1% of daily set value
  • 0.06 mg of vitamin B-5 or 1% of daily set value


The website explains: "For comparison, replacing lemon with semi-orange juice (weighing 43g) will save approximately twice as much calories, about three times as much sugar, and 24% of the daily prescribed value of vitamin C."