When Life Gives You Lemons, Be Grateful and Eat Them!
When life give you lemons, celebrate and juice them. A little lemon in your water all day long has magical gifts for your body.
When life gives you lemons, juggle them, and turn them into health giving properties.
It’s not what happens to you, but how you handle it. If Life gives you lemons, make lemonade. If the lemons are rotten, take out the seeds and plant them in order to grow new lemons.
“Diseases happen in acidic environments, so it’s very important to keep your body alkaline. Keeping a diet high in leafy greens, spring water, fresh air, raw almonds, lemons, grapefruits, and warm water with juice from half a lemon helps lower acidity levels.”
“I love fresh citrus and always keep lemons, limes, and oranges on hand; they come in handy for spritzing up quickly grilled meats, seafoods, and vegetables, especially when followed up by a quick drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.”
“If life gives you lemons, don’t settle for simply making lemonade – make a glorious scene at a lemonade stand.”
“Lemons clean everything. It’s the greatest disinfectant.”
We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons.
“Metaphorically, in relation to the idea of heartbreak, we’re given lemons which are the experiences that cause the idea of heartbreak, then the water comes from our tears that may come during the seasons of our trials and finally the sweetener comes from the joy of the breakthrough and transformation, and in the end you end up with this metaphoric lemonade. When we have a better understanding of heartbreak we go from lemons to lemonade.”
― Victoria L. White, Learning To Love: And The Power of Sacred Sexual Spiritual Partnerships
When life give you lemons, eat them, they are good for you â€“ life knows best.
If life hands you lemons, make lemonade! Words to live by, especially when you kept in mind that the only way to make them into lemonade was to squeeze the hell out of them.
A grapefruit is just a lemon that saw an opportunity and took advantage of it.
A mist of lemon water cools the face. A rub of lemon cleans the hands. The fresh scent of lemon herbs infuses perfumes, bath oils, skin lotions, and scented candles.
Ellen Spector Platt
Natural, easily available, safe and inexpensive – lemon and honey are essential ingredients of many age-old recipes for a beautiful and healthy body.
The humble lemon contains most of the vitamins and minerals. It has magical and wonderful healing powers.
Dr. Rajiv Sharma
When it comes to boosting the body’s digestive and detox systems, lemon is a natural powerhouse with an energizing tangy flavor.
Lemon juice is such a great weight-loss ally because it stimulates the flow and gastric juice and is therefore an excellent digestive agent.
The beneficial effect lemon juice has on liver function is important because healthy liver function is the key to good digestion.
The lovely right fruit of the lemon tree offers a tart and flavorful source of fiber, plus vitamin C and other nutrients.
Penny Stanway Author
Adding lemons to your food and drinks offer many health benefits, lemons also offer some incredible beauty benefits as well.
Beyond the beauty benefits of lemons, lemons can also be used for eco-friendly, safe cleaning in your home.
A squirt of lemon juice brightens savory dishes and gives an unmistakable edge to desserts.
Lemon juice is perhaps the most valuable and versatile fruit juice.
The lemon is the symbol of tart refreshment; its color and fragrance lift our spirits before we even taste it.
The pectin in lemon supports the function of the pancreas, while stimulating the production of bile as well.
Quercetin, found in lemon, stimulates the production of insulin, which is compromised in cases of diabetes mellitus.
Lemon acid stimulates the production of hydrochloric acid which is necessary for digestion.
Lemons, like salt, bring out the flavors of other ingredients and make everything taste fresher and brighter.
Lemon water cleanses and detoxifies the liver by increasing the liver’s detoxifying enzymes.
After a few weeks of lemon water, you may notice your skin is brighter, and if you suffer from skin blemishes, you may notice a remarkable improvement.
Lemon enhances your digestive secretions so that acidic wastes are eliminated more effectively.
The lemonade diet first proved itself in the healing of stomach ulcers.
Cholesterol deposits in the arteries and veins also respond to the magic cleansing power of the lemonade diet.
The lemon is the richest source of minerals and vitamins of any food or foods known to man and are available all year round.
Liquifying the skin and pulp and drinking that with the lemonade assists in cleansing by acting as a further laxative.
Adding a dash of cayenne pepper to each glass of lemonade will give an additional life and is a blood building material.
To support detoxification, start your day with warm lemon water.Adding some freshly squeezed lemon juice ‘spikes’ the warm water with nutritional and detoxification benefits.
Drinking enough water, especially in the morning, helps make sure that the liver can do its job of detoxifying the body effectively. Lemon juice helps stimulates this process.
Even though lemon juice is acidic, its low-sugar and high alkaline mineral content has an alkalizing effect.
The liver is at its most active in the morning, and the lemon helps speed up the elimination of toxins.
Lemon water increases your fat burn by improving your digestion. Drinking warm lemon water stimulates saliva and sends a signal to the body too get digestion rolling.
Another nutritious component of lemon juice is limonin. It helps prevent cancer, strengthens blood vessel lining, elevates beneficial enzymes in the liver, and reduces artery-clogging cholesterol.
Lemon water increases your fat burn by improving your digestion.
Lemons are great for colds, coughs, sore throat, flu, asthma, heart burn, liver problems, etc.
For constipation, the juice of a lemon is taken in a glass of hot water, about one and a half hour before breakfast.
Dr. Rajiv Sharma