Lemon Honey Diet

In the last decade the market has been hit with a barrage of supplements and diet crazes and for the average consumer this has proven extremely confusing. It has become increasingly difficult to determine what really works and what does not. Many of these cosmetic solutions are ineffective and overly expensive. They deplete your pocketbook faster than they actually emulsify fat.

There is, however, an “old recipe” for weight loss that although not being as glamorous as some widely marketed brands is nevertheless very effective. The Lemon Honey Diet is a very simplistic concoction that can be made in your very own kitchen. How does this natural remedy compare to its competitors? First let’s break down the components. First, there is the power of lemon juice has been noted throughout the centuries. Lemon is a natural antioxidant, antiseptic, internal cleansing agent, and astringent just to name a few. It aids in the emulsification of fat and rids the body of toxins on a cellular level. It also cleanses the liver, reduces bloating, and increases stamina. This small and pleasingly tart fruit is a powerful weight loss substance and when combined with a simple glass of water can prevent constipation and detoxify the body.

Honey has been used as a home remedy for decades. One important fact to note is that honey should never be boiled or heated as this diminishes the natural healing properties. Honey in its raw, unheated, and unrefined state is the best for aiding in digestion, improving eye sight, detoxifying the body, improving completion and suppleness of skin, healing ulcers, and emulsifying fat. Honey, unlike sugar or high fructose corn syrup, does not contribute as much to obesity due to its relatively low glycemic index, which means that it is not as prone to triggering fat storage in your body. Honey used in moderation will help to dissolve fat and help the body maintain a healthy metabolism.

So how can these two simple ingredients be combined into a super fat fighting agent? It’s simple really — mix one part of real lemon juice (preferably fresh squeezed) with a teaspoon of honey in a glass of warm water and drink every morning. Take this remedy once every day on an empty stomach. This simple home remedy is powerful and inexpensive. Not only will you see the weight drop off but you will also notice increased stamina, enhanced glow of the skin, curbed sweet cravings, improved heart function, improved liver function, improved digestion, improved colon health, reduced bloating and exceedingly full feeling, and decreased presence of gas. As long as you do not consume ridiculously high amounts of this drink, you should be able to experience its benefits without any nasty side effects.

The next time you’re looking for a weight loss solution that will contribute to your overall health, don’t look any further than your own kitchen. This decade old natural healing system works.

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4 Responses to Lemon Honey Diet

  1. promotional gifts says:

    Greetings from Australia. You helped me with my university assignment. Thank so much.

  2. Crazy says:

    Hello from Brisbane, Australia. Thanks for the great content. It helped me a lot with my school cooking assignment 🙂

  3. M.A. says:

    one part means one whole lemon or one half of a lemon?

  4. Karlonia says:

    This is actually a good question — although I did not write the original article, I did the editing and publication for it, during which I apparently overlooked the vagueness of the quantities used here. I noticed that it also says “a glass of warm water” without mentioning the volume of the glass. If I had to guess, I would say that the glass is supposed to be a standard eight ounce serving, and then you could just use half of a lemon for the “freshly squeezed” part. If you use a whole lemon the beverage might seem too tart, but in this case you could always add more water until you reach the desired taste.

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