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See What Freezing Lemons Can Do and You Will Do This Forever!

Monday, July 10, 2017 5:01
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by Healthy & Tasty Recipes

See what freezing lemons can do and you will do this forever!

They are incredibly healthy and offer countless health benefits, as they strengthen the health in various ways.

They are also high in lemonoids, which prevent the growth and development of cancers and tumors in the case of breast cancer.

Studies have shown that the lemon peel contains twice as many vitamins as the fruit itself, and it has anti-cancer, antibacterial, antiparasitic, and antifungal properties.

We all just love lemons, as they offer a plethora of health benefits, and can be used as a natural medicine, as a household cleaning agent, as a delicious addition to meals, salads, smoothies and desserts, and much more.

These fruits detoxify the body, but when juiced, they lose a great part of the medicinal capacity and nutrients.
Dr. Marilyn Glenville, a nutritionist, and expert on women’s health claims that the peels from various fruits strengthen the immune system and support overall health, but she recommends the use of smoothies instead of juices, as they are healthier and contain the peels as well.

However, the taste of lemon smoothies is bitter, so we believe freezing them is the wisest option. Here is how to freeze lemons:

Initially, wash and disinfect them with apple cider vinegar. Then, wash them well, leave them to dry, and leave them in the freezer overnight. In the morning, grate the lemons with the seeds, pulp, and peel, and you can add them to desserts, soups, smoothies, dishes, baked goods, and drinks.

Health benefits:

The lemon peel boosts immunity, detoxifies the body, fights bacteria, worms, and parasites, regulates cholesterol, and prevents cancer. The lemon juice is abundant in vitamin C, while the peel has 5 to 10 times more vitamins than the fruit.

The fruit itself has a wide range of uses and benefits, as it:

  • Detoxifies the kidneys and the liver
  • Has a potent anti-bacterial action
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Regulates high blood pressure
  • Prevents asthma
  • Soothes inflammation
  • Treats depression and stress
  • Fights cancer

The anti-cancer properties of lemons have been examined for decades, and researchers have shown that they destroy malignant cells in several types of cancers, including lung, breast, and colon cancer.

The best thing about this all is that lemons kill only affected cells, and do not target healthy ones, unlike chemotherapy.

Hence, you have many reasons to use lemons on a daily basis and enjoy their amazing properties. Just freeze them and prevent various health issues!

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  • desertspeaks

    You can eat lemons without “sour face”.. Synsepalum dulcificum is a plant known for its berry that, when eaten, causes sour foods (such as lemons and limes) subsequently consumed to taste sweet.

    NO MORE ALMOST INEDIBLE LEMONS! THEY WILL TASTE GREAT TO YOU!! YOU WILL BE ABLE TO CHUG LEMONS!!!

  • truck driver

    I went through a bottle of, the original lemonade weight loss, I bought from vitamin world. It was like maple syrup mixed lemonade and tasted like Tea. In a yellow bottle, I don’t know if it worked but maybe it kicks in after you quit using it like some other herbals

  • Sulletje

    “We all just love lemons” And how do you know? Speak for yourself!

  • Anonymous

    The freeze-and-thaw process is called “bletting” or “rotting” (as a figure of speech). The same process, which makes late tomatoes go bland and mushy, in the first frost, can also be used, to make tough and acidic quinces, medlars, and aronia more palatable.

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