Lemon juice has garnered attention for its potential benefits, especially in relation to yeast infections. Incorporating lemon juice into your routine may be beneficial, even if you don’t have a Candida overgrowth. It promotes optimal digestive health. Taking small amounts of lemon juice, especially in the mornings, supports both protein and fat digestion. This is achieved by stimulating the stomach to produce various enzymes and acids.
Moreover, lemon juice’s regular intake can inhibit the growth of different parasites in the body and favorably adjust the digestive system’s pH. The inherent properties of lemon juice render it as a cleansing, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting agent. The citric acid content in lemon juice is believed to reduce an individual’s chances of developing cancer over their lifetime. Various international studies echo this sentiment.
It’s worth noting that while lemon juice is alkalizing when consumed, other citrus juices might have an acidifying effect, such as those from oranges and grapefruits. Introducing lemon juice to your diet can be a strategic choice if you aim to cleanse the body, bolster the immune system, and rejuvenate the digestive system. Lemon juice can be versatile, ranging from its incorporation in salad dressings, as a marinade, or simply as a refreshing beverage. Beyond consumption, it can be used externally due to its cleansing properties. For centuries, lemon has been recognized for its cleansing and alkalizing properties. In our book “Candida Crusher,” we delve into such insights in greater depth. Consider integrating lemons into your routine, particularly if you’re on a Candida cleansing journey.
Disclaimer: Always consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your diet or health regimen.