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Truth About Lemons And Coronavirus Hullabaloo! This is What Lemons Can Do

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Recently, the internet was set ablaze after claims that lemon can kill covid 19 virus made its way to the web. However, the myth was false, but with a considerable percentage of truth. The fact is that the Covid virus can’t survive in acidic environments. And as thus, the unscrupulous writers claimed it can kill the virus but that’s not true. The idea is that by consuming lemon, you’ll raise your body’s pH level, which the virus cannot survive in.

In my article today, I want to discuss with you the conventional truths and facts about lemons that are highly beneficial to your body. Taking lemon juice every morning and periodically over a long time is very essential to your body.

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In a nutshell, a lemon can do wonders to your body, right from giving plenty of health benefits to healing some diseases that are discussed herein.

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To start with, here is a list of six major benefits of taking lemon or lemon juice that can be perfectly realized as soon as one week with consistency:

1.Reduce Cancer Risk.

2.Prevent Kidney Stones.  

3.Improve Digestive Health

4.Support Heart Health. Lemons are a good source of vitamin C

5.Help Control Weight.

6.Protect Against Anemia.  

Researches have proven that having the lemon juice squeezed from two lemons per day, is quite enough to keep you hydrated. Moreover, it is perfectly healthy to drink lemon juice every day.

The fruit itself, its juice, and the peel are used to make medicine. Lemon is usually used to treat scurvy, a condition caused by not having enough vitamin C in the body. Lemon is also used for the common cold and flu, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), Meniere's disease, stomach upset and vomiting from pregnancy, and kidney stones amongst many others.

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You shouldn’t be deceived by the false Myth that frequent exposures to acidic foods can erode enamel, making teeth more susceptible to decay over time. So even though a squeeze of lemon or lime can turn a simple glass of water into a fun beverage, it's not always the best choice for your mouth.

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Lemon juice is high in citric acid. The high citric acid content causes your teeth to actually lose calcium. Rather than brighten your teeth it gives them an off-white color which may not be that healthy to you. However, when taken in moderation, lemons can work wonders to your body.

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Top Comments
ReginaMwas · 06/25/2020
awesome,,,,I'll give a trial
GUEST_reN41B3Ym · 08/4/2020
what a good advice
+254-JamesOndicho. · 06/29/2020
Good let us try.

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