Five Benefits of Drinking Lemon Water!

Five Benefits of Drinking Lemon Water

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One thing I have been doing a lot of lately, is waking up super early. With all of the many blessings that have come with me obtaining Target, comes a lot of early mornings, and late nights. It is imperative for me to stay energized throughout the day. I find myself drinking lemon water a lot these days and for good reason. Lemon water has so many great benefits, and I am loving the results!

Here are the top benefits of drinking lemon water!
1. Brain Boost
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Yes! Lemons actually help your brain function. The potassium found in lemons increases the functionality of your brain. Foods rich in potassium give you a clear mind, and allow you to perform at your best.
2. Weight Loss
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Who doesn’t want to shed a few pounds? The lemon in water, helps you feel more full,than just drinking water, so you are less likely to binge on breakfast. Lemon also contains pectin fiber. Pectin fiber helps stop hunger cravings.
3. Healthy immune system
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Being a business owner, the last thing I can afford to do is get sick! Lemon juice contains loads of vitamin c, which helps to fight against sickness and stress.
4. Keeps your skin clear
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I’m out and about a lot and run into a lot of people! Keeping my skin clear,and appearance on point is not only important to me, but to my brand. Lemons are great for skin in general. The antioxidants in lemons help fight against acne, wrinkles, and can be applied directly to age spots and scarring, to help fade them, and even out your appearance.
5. System cleanse
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If you are looking for a good cleanse, lemon is perfect. Lemons help get rid of any toxins in your system, and gives your body an overall cleanse!
Will you be trying lemon water

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Top 7 Alkaline Herbal Teas (Yes Herbal Tea is Alkaline!)

by ROSS BRIDGEFORD

alkaline herbal teaHi guys

Since I’ve been promoting hydration asthe most important part of the alkaline diet I’ve had heaps of questions asking me whether herbal teas are alkaline, so I thought it would be a nice idea to blog about my favourite alkaline herbal teas!

Is Boiled Water Alkaline?

The first thing to address is this – is boiled water alkaline? The answer is yes! Water that is ‘naturally’ alkaline due to ionization or mineral content holds it’s pH wonderfully. You can use a water ionizer, alkaline water jug or other filter to make alkaline water, boil this and you’re set. If you’ve ionized the water, it also holds its ORP too.

As for pH drops, I would add these to the tea after it has boiled and cooled a little (i.e. just before you drink it). I’m personally not that comfortable boiling pH drops. No scientific reason, it just doesn’t sit well with me!

Top 7 Alkaline Herbal Teas

  1. Yerba Mate Tea: A wonderful tea, native to South America, that can be really useful in detoxing and cleansing. It gives a slight energy boost, that is free from the jitters of caffeine-based drinks such as coffee and green tea and each infusion of yerba mate contains: 

    • Vitamins: A, C, E, B1, B2, Niacin (B3), B5, B Complex
    • Minerals: Calcium, Manganese, Iron, Selenium, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc
    • Additional Compounds: Carotene, Fatty Acids, Chlorophyll, Flavonols, Polyphenols, Inositol, Trace Minerals, Antioxidants, Tannins, Pantothenic Acid and 15 Amino Acids.

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