Why are “LEMONS” important in the rainy season?.

Why are lemons important in the rain?
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Lemon, which makes your mouth water when you hear its name, is a very useful fruit for human health, especially in the rainy season when people suffer from general diarrhea and dehydration, but drink lemon water on such occasions. They stay healthy and strong.

The countless benefits of lemons are as follows:-
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Lemons are rich in minerals and vitamins that strengthen the body’s immune system and prevent a person from getting sick.

  1. Experts say that in order to lose weight, one has to melt the fat in the body. Always drink lemon juice in hot water in the morning because they know that this little fruit is very powerful for this purpose and a large amount of fiber in it quenches the appetite and more than apples and grapes in lemons. Contains potassium.

3.Lemons have been considered extremely beneficial for the heart, brain and liver for centuries, and modern medical science research on lemons also acknowledges the potential of lemons.

4.Lemon juice with antibacterial and antiviral properties protects your loved ones from seasonal diseases as well as improves the digestive system by eliminating gastric acidity, especially in the rainy season.

  1. when the humidity in the air increases. Food and drink can be spoiled in the blink of an eye and eating such food can make you suffer from stomach ailments but lemon water does not allow the germs that cause destruction in the stomach to get out of control.

6.The vitamin C in lemons, where it cures many ailments, cleanses the skin and prevents the effects of aging on the body.

Note: Increase the use of lemons in the rainy season and remember that drinking lemon juice in lukewarm water gives its benefits for four months.

Published by Asim Hanif

Professor Asim Hanif Health tips. HEALTH Is WEALTH.

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