. . Check out these amazing benefits of lemon water!
0:06 Lemons and vitamin C
0:18 Health benefits of vitamin C
1:35 Sources of vitamin C
2:10 Why drink lemon water?
In this video, we’re going to talk about the benefits of lemon water. I recommend lemon water to all of my clients, and here’s why.
Lemons have a lot of vitamin C. Only two lemons a day will give you all of the vitamin C you need for the day.
What is vitamin C beneficial for?
• Bleeding gums
• Spider veins
• Loss of collagen
• Nose bleeds
• Micro hemorrhaging
You can get vitamin C from vegetables, citrus, or pure organic lemon juice. 2-4 tablespoons are equal to about one lemon. Mix this in your water and have it at least once a day.
Lemon water also helps counteract kidney stones. Even some health foods are high in oxalates. If you combine too many oxalates and too much calcium in the kidney, you could develop kidney stones. Citrates from lemons or limes can help counter and protect you against kidney stones.
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Take advantage of the many benefits of lemon water and give it a try!