Believe It or Not, Use Frozen Lemons and Say Goodbye to Diabetes, Tumors, Obesity!
The lemon juice is extremely high in vitamin C, while its rind is effective in eliminating toxins from the body. Studies have shown that the lemon peel actually contains 5 to 10 times more vitamins. The peel of the lemon strengthens the immune system, and offers numerous health properties, like regulating cholesterol, preventing cancer, treating bacterial infections, and destroying parasites and worms.
These are the health benefits of this miraculous fruit:
- Prevention of asthma
- Fighting inflammation
- Detoxification of the kidneys and the liver
- Boosting the immune system
- Regulation of high blood pressure
- Elimination of harmful bacteria
- Treating depression and stress
- Fighting cancer
Decades ago, scientists examined the effects of lemon in the case of cancer. After more than 20 laboratory tests since 1970, the extracts revealed that frozen lemons destroy the malignant cells in 12 cancers, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreas.
Some research studies have shown that frozen lemons can be more effective in destroying cancer when compared to chemotherapy.
According to Dr. Marilyn Glenville, a nutritionist, and expert on women’s health, the peels from various fruits can boost the immune system and support overall health. She also claims that smoothies are far healthier than juices, as they also contain other parts of the fruit, including the peel.
Lemon smoothies have a bitter taste, so the following option, to freeze them, is the one we strongly advise.
Therefore, here is how to freeze lemons:
- Wash and disinfect your lemons with organic apple cider vinegar or baking soda.
- Rinse them well using water, and pat them dry using a towel.
- Freeze your lemons overnight.
- Once you notice they are completely frozen, grate the whole lemon. Yes, pulp, peel, seeds and all.
- Transfer your grated lemons into ice cube trays, and store them in the freezer. In this way you can use them whenever you need a hint of citrus fruit.
- Then, use it on whatever you are eating.
Lemon peels will give a stronger taste to your dishes. Add some grated lemon peels to your salads, soups, yoghurt, pasta sauces or homemade ice cream.
Add a tablespoon of your grated lemons to your smoothie, juice or tea. They go well in baked goods as well. Trust your imagination, there are millions of ways to use grated lemons.