Why You Should Drink Lemon Water In The Morning** by sharib on May 4, 2013

This information is great and lemons have awesome benefits for health and healthy lifestyles.The more fruits and veggies in our life the better the quality of life!

Lemon is a yellow fruit whose pulp, juice, peel and even its zest can be exclusively used in food further the sour taste of lemon is due to the presence of 5 % to 6% of citric acid in lemon juice. This distinctive taste of lemon juice also makes it one of the important ingredients either when it is used in drinks or even food like cocktails, lemonade and soft drinks.

Lemon juice also can be made into a preservative for certain foods which oxidize and turn brown after they are sliced like apples, bananas and avocados, it is the presence of acids which denatures the enzymes which result in browning and degradation of foods.

This is not the end to the ways in which these lemons can be used, there is also one of the effect methods which is drinking lemon water early in the morning to get flat tummy, here we give you facts which will surely force you to give a try for lemon water in the morning:

• It is not necessary that this will have any effect on the morning coffee cup that has great taste and aroma along with warmth instead taking lemon water will only be suggestible for people who are ready to postpone their cup of coffee for 30 minutes.

• Cancer cells are known to breed in acidic body but even any human body is known to perform better when it has higher alkaline content. Lemon though is famous for being an acidic fruit also is known to be great alkalizing agent when it gets into the human body also lessening the acidic levels. Though there are very few people who know that their body is acidic due to the food being eaten and things to which skin is exposed however this can be beaten by lemon water to lessen pH levels.

Great source of Vitamins and Minerals: It is known that this yellow fruit is richer source of Vitamin C which is known to be anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial and also helps in developing immune system, Vitamin B which is for production of energy, Riboflavin helps in growth, repair and development of tissue along with minerals like calcium, magnesium and phosphorous which help in adding strength to bones and teeth.

Liver purification: Liver is the main organ which detoxifies, produces protein and bio-chemicals which are known to be responsible for proper body digestion. It has been found that lemon water helps liver to carry out all its responsibilities even more effectively since it increases the number of enzymes which detoxify liver, apart from this lemon is known to be diuretic which helps in increasing the rate at which urination happens which ultimately purifies the body.

Halts age: Lemon is known to help in erasing the wrinkles also having a better appearance of skin on regular consumption. If the body has too many toxins then the skin does not look healthy which can be fought with lemon water to get clear and glowing skin. Lemon also has citric acid which helps in fighting against acne making this one of the cheapest and most commonly available remedy to treat wrinkles and get glowing skin at the same time.

Helps in weight loss: Too many toxins and waste products in liver will have effect on the body metabolism which in turn increases body fat. Lemon water is known to help liver in removal of all the waste products also increasing the body fat however lemon has to be supported by proper diet and physical activity.

Resolves respiratory problems: Lemon water is known to treat any chest infections and stop any smaller coughs, also lemon is known to be best treatment for people suffering from asthma and allergies. Lemon is also known to treat bad breath and any tooth ache along with gingivitis due to the higher rate of citric acid which when taken in increased content will cause harm to tooth enamel.

Here is the process in which homemade lemon water can be prepared for consumption in morning:

  1. Take a glass full of water either cool or even at room temperature and those suffering with any digestion problems can use hot water.
  2. Now squeeze juice from half slice of fresh lemon into this glass of water
  3. Stir this and drink without any sugar.

It is advised to not use bottled lemon water due to increased presence of sulphites which results in allergy among several people.

 

 

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The Truth About Bottled and Tap Water


Whether you’re a dedicated bottled water drinker or someone who prefers drinking water straight from the tap, there are a few things you should know about the source of your H20. First of all, just because it’s in a bottle does not necessarily mean that the water comes directly from a natural spring or well; it may actually originate from a public water source — that’s right, some bottled waters are just tap water in disguise. There are also a number of different kinds of bottled waters. Here are six of the most common types:

6 Types of Bottled Water

  • Purified wateris essentially tap water that has been purified through a distillation, deionization, or reverse-osmosis process. Purified water may also be referred to as demineralized water. Purified water is typically taken from metropolitan water sources, and then put through commercial filters to remove any chlorines, detritus, or other trace elements that should not be in the drinking water. 
  • Well watercomes from a well that penetrates through the water table. Well water that is bottled for public consumption is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); however, private drinking water wells are not subject to EPA standards. 
  • Spring wateris sourced from a natural spring, where water flows directly from under the earth’s surface. 
  • Mineral wateris natural water that comes from a well or spring. It contains dissolved minerals and other trace elements (at least 250 parts per million). While some people believe that mineral water has more health benefits than other types of bottled water, the FDA does not allow a producer to add additional minerals to the water or claim that it provides health benefits. 
  • Sparkling wateris spring or well water that contains dissolved carbon dioxide, which makes the water naturally carbonated. Producers can replace the carbon dioxide that was lost during processing but cannot add more carbonation to what was naturally in the water. 
  • Artesian wateris a type of well water that is derived from an aquifer — a water-bearing underground layer of rock or sand. 

Bottled Versus Tap
In general, safety standards for bottled water and tap water are the same with a few exceptions. For example, because tap water may become contaminated with lead as it travels through pipes, the government limits the amount of lead in tap water to 15 parts per billion, whereas the limit is set below 5 parts per billion for bottled water. Another major difference is that tap water is often fluoridated, but most bottled waters do not contain fluoride or chlorine. On the other hand, recent studies have suggested that certain plastics used in the containers for bottled water may contain potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, including Bisphenol A (BPA). If you’re concerned, you may consider purchasing water that has been bottled in glass or in BPA-free plastic.

The Bottom Line
Most people can safely (and inexpensively!) drink water straight from the tap. If you want to improve the taste of tap water, you can purchase a water-filtration pitcher, which reduces the amount of fluoride and chlorine and removes some unwanted chemicals and minerals in the tap water. And if you’re looking for a convenient way to stay hydrated and protect the earth, give up the disposable plastic containers entirely and treat yourself to a reusable water bottle made of BPA-free polycarbonate or aluminum, which are both environmentally friendly.

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On Earth Day, Kick Off Food Day!
Earth Day is coming up on April 22, and what better way to celebrate your love of healthy, sustainably produced, affordable and fair food—AND your love for the environment—than by celebrating Earth Day and starting up your planning committee for Food Day 2012? Pull together various members of your community, from school representatives to city officials, food producers and workers, to restaurant and business owners, for a meeting to discuss possible Food Day collaborations in your area. Think big, and aim high!

Food Day is proud to announce that, like Earth Day, we have been recognized as an official “Health & Wellness Observance” by the National Wellness Institute.  Help us spread the word, and don’t forget to put October 24 on your own calendar, too!

Food Day School Curriculum Webinar
For those in the field of education, you will be especially interested in joining our webinar about the Food Day School Curriculum on April 12 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET.  The session, hosted by the National Assembly on School-Based Health Care, will feature curriculum authors Isobel Contento and Pamela Koch—both professors at Columbia University—as well as an educator who successfully used the lessons in her classroom last October.

Upcoming Planning Meetings
City- and state-wide planning meetings continue.  Coming up this month:  Chicago on April 4-5, Minneapolis on April 16, and North Carolina from April 23-27. Email foodday@cspinet.org for details!

If you would like to be a community coordinator in your area for Food Day and you haven’t already spoken directly with the Food Day team about it, please fill out the coordinator request form and we will be back in touch with you.

Soda Summit
Finally, don’t forget to register for CSPI’s National Soda Summit on June 7-8, in Washington D.C., for a chance to hear from Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter, U.S. Representative Rosa DeLauro (CT), a former high-level soft drink industry executive, public health champions Kelly Brownell, Barry Popkin and many others.  View a draft agenda and other Summit updates on the Life’s Sweeter website.

Keep up the great work, and celebrate the fruits of the earth this month by Eating Real!

Sincerely,

Michael F. Jacobson, Executive Director, CSPI

Lilia Smelkova, Campaign Manager, Food Day

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