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Lemon water

Lemon water is an essen­ti­al part of your mor­ning rou­ti­ne. It revi­ta­li­zes tap and bot­t­led water, has num­e­rous bene­fits in the body and is an essen­ti­al tool in the diet for good health. 

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Lemon water is a par­ti­cu­lar­ly sui­ta­ble way to hydra­te your body every mor­ning, remo­ve toxins and rep­le­nish your body with fresh vitality.

While water from the tap or bot­t­led water has lost its lively struc­tu­re and vita­li­ty, adding fresh­ly squeezed lemon juice can revi­ve the water and bring it back to life.

Lemon water the­r­e­fo­re pene­tra­tes deeper into the cells and tis­sues and is able to trans­port the essen­ti­al nut­ri­ents that are so important for every func­tion within your body. 

If you’­re still loo­king for a good source of vit­amins C and B and mine­rals like cal­ci­um and magne­si­um, then you’­ve found it with lemon water. 

Here are other useful pro­per­ties that make lemon water so important for the human body.

Valuable properties of lemon water 

  • sup­ports the immu­ne system
  • helps with weight loss
  • can help con­trol high blood pressure
  • sup­ports deto­xi­fi­ca­ti­on of the body
  • is hel­pful for con­s­ti­pa­ti­on and nausea
  • is par­ti­cu­lar­ly good for the diges­ti­ve tract and even hel­pful against parasites
  • is also hel­pful for the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem and mus­cles, making it an ide­al drink for ath­le­tes, both befo­re and after exercise
  • sup­ports the body against aging
  • helps regu­la­te body temperature
  • can help redu­ce acid reflux by incre­asing bile pro­duc­tion in the liver, hel­ping to dis­sol­ve stones and depo­sits in the bile and ther­eby hel­ping to boost hydro­chlo­ric acid pro­duc­tion, which then redu­ces bad acids that cau­sed the reflux

Making lemon water

Ingre­di­ents for 1/2 liter lemon water:

  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1/2 liter water


Fresh­ly squeeze the lemon and add it to the water. Stir and drink in the mor­ning. You can also drink more lemon water throug­hout the day to keep your body well hydrated.

Questions and answers about lemon water 

Yes, you can also use lime ins­tead of lemon water. 

Both are pos­si­ble. If you drink lemon water first, wait 15–30 minu­tes befo­re drin­king the cele­ry juice. If you do it the other way around, wait 15–30 minu­tes after cele­ry juice befo­re drin­king lemon water.

The first sip in the mor­ning is par­ti­cu­lar­ly effec­ti­ve for cle­an­sing the liver. This has accu­mu­la­ted toxins while slee­ping and wants to eli­mi­na­te them from the body. After waking up, it is the­r­e­fo­re ide­al to hydra­te and flush out the­se toxins with acti­va­ted living lemon water.

Yes, that is also very good. It’s best to try to incor­po­ra­te lemon water into your dai­ly rou­ti­ne. You can drink it once a day, twice a day, three times a day, or more.

That depends on what else you drink or eat. Many peo­p­le today are chro­ni­cal­ly dehy­dra­ted. You should drink two liters of lemon water every day. In addi­ti­on, other hydrating drinks such as cele­ry and cucum­ber juice as well as lots of fresh fruit, leafy greens and vege­ta­bles. Every per­son is dif­fe­rent when it comes to hydra­ti­on. For exam­p­le, if you exer­cise a lot or suf­fer from chro­nic ill­nesses or sym­ptoms, you may want to drink more lemon water and eat more fresh fruit each day. The liver reli­ef mor­ning from the book Heal your liver is a good way to adjust to ade­qua­te hydration.

No, just the living water of one fresh­ly squeezed lemon con­ta­ins the life-giving nut­ri­ents that cle­an­se and rege­ne­ra­te your body and keep you ade­qua­te­ly hydrated.

It would be best to drink the lemon water imme­dia­te­ly after making it. Howe­ver, if the­re is no other opti­on, you can store it in a tight­ly clo­sed jar in the ref­ri­ge­ra­tor. Then drink the lemon water after 24 hours at the latest. 

No, it is par­ti­cu­lar­ly bene­fi­ci­al in the mor­ning on an emp­ty sto­mach (pre­fer­a­b­ly 15 to 30 minu­tes later with cele­ry juice, like this), but you can drink it at any time of the day, with or wit­hout food.

It is best not to heat the water. It does­n’t mat­ter whe­ther it’s room tem­pe­ra­tu­re or cold.

Yes, that is pos­si­ble! You can use as much lemon or lime as you like.

Yes, for an extra boost you can add a teas­poon of lemon water raw honey and fresh­ly gra­ted Gin­ger add. Your liver will absorb the raw honey to rep­le­nish its glu­co­se reser­ves and at the same time it will eli­mi­na­te deep toxins.
It is important that you purcha­se raw honey rather than hea­ted honey to retain all of the heal­ing pro­per­ties of this food.

Yes, it is par­ti­cu­lar­ly bene­fi­ci­al to drink 1 liter of lemon or lime water first thing in the mor­ning on an emp­ty stomach.

It’s best to give your liver 15 to 30 minu­tes to cle­an­se its­elf after drin­king lemon water befo­re eating or drin­king any­thing else.

On the con­tra­ry: lemons and lemon water are excel­lent for oral health and tee­th. They have a strong mine­ra­li­zing effect and con­tain a lot of cal­ci­um. Fresh lemons kill the bad bac­te­ria in your mouth that cau­se tooth decay. Alt­hough they tas­te sour, they have a strong alka­li­zing effect in the mouth and body.

Yes, it is also hel­pful for acid reflux as it kills the unpro­duc­ti­ve bac­te­ria that cau­se acid reflux.

No, the heal­ing pro­per­ties of cele­ry juice are dis­rupt­ed by other ingredients. 

No, apple cider vin­egar is stressful for the liver and is very aci­dic. The liver cells are dis­tur­bed in their balan­ce and find it dif­fi­cult to per­form as they fight for oxy­gen, which the vin­egar remo­ves from the blood­stream and the liver. Apple cider vin­egar (like any other vin­egar) is extre­me­ly aci­dic in the sto­mach. The liver must imme­dia­te­ly turn against the vin­egar and use all its reser­ves to try to alka­li­ze or at least neu­tra­li­ze it. The aci­dic natu­re of apple cider vin­egar is so strong that the sto­mach loses the batt­le for neu­tra­li­ty. Ins­tead of alka­li­zing your gut, vin­egar does the oppo­si­te. Vin­egar wea­k­ens the hydro­chlo­ric acid and breaks down the gas­tric juices, so the sto­mach is still aci­dic. For more infor­ma­ti­on about the effects of apple cider vin­egar on the liver, see the book Heal your liver.

Fresh­ly squeezed lemon juice is best.

It is best if you fresh­ly squeeze the lemon juice yours­elf, as lemon juice oxi­dizes very quick­ly once it is squeezed. After bot­t­ling, it no lon­ger con­ta­ins the vital nut­ri­ents. Unfort­u­na­te­ly, most store-bought bot­t­led lemon juices also con­tain preservatives.

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