Even the smallest changes in your routine can have a big impact on your health. Take starting your day with lemon water, for instance.
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Internal medicine specialist Roxanne B. Sukol, MD, MS, discusses seven reasons why you should consider adopting this super simple habit.
Simply squeeze half of a lemon into a glass of water. How much? When? It really doesn’t matter. Any way you do it, it’s a big plus for your health.
Capture the rich nutrients by zesting your lemon (organic, please) and using in baking or cooking.
Theoretically, lemon acid can be harmful to your enamel, but you’re diluting it here. As long as you don’t make a habit of sucking on lemons all the time, you should be fine.
Resources: National Institutes of Health