Like all foods, your benefits will depend on their nutritional profile, that is, depending on the nutrients that food contains. Lemon is high in vitamin C. Vitamin C alone has thousands of functions in the body and consequently thousands of benefits and a deficiency of this nutrient would bring problems in all functions where it is needed. Lemon also contains pectin, a type of fiber highly beneficial to health and other compounds such as polyphenols.
It stimulates and significantly improves the process of detoxification of the body.
It promotes good liver function.
Antiviral and antimicrobial properties (thanks to its vitamin C).
Protects against prenatal problems.
Protects against cardiovascular disease.
Promotes skin hydrated and reduces wrinkles.
Strengthens the immune system.
It helps the assimilation of food.
Prevents fatty liver condition.
Promotes weight loss.
Reduces body fat levels.
Relieves stomach pains and indigestion average.
Alkaline water (reduces the acidity level)
Blocks the damage caused by radicals.
Lemon peel helps reduce cholesterol.
Helps with fat metabolism.
It helps stabilize insulin resistance.
Citrus fruits, such as lemon, help you feel fuller longer.
The smell of lemon (as in aromatherapy) may be effective in reducing nausea and vomiting in pregnant women.
It increases energy levels.
Improves brain function.
It helps eliminate the need to caffeine.