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Lemon peels

Lemon peels are an excellent source of fiber

Lemon peels are an excellent source of fiber
 

Lemon peels are an excellent source of fiber, potassium, magnesium, calcium, folate, and beta carotene. They improve bone health too! Since they contain high amounts of calcium and vitamin C, lemon peels have been shown to aid preventing osteoporosis, inflammatory polyarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Reduce Oxidative Stress

We all want to reduce our levels of oxidative stress. Lemon peels contain citrus bioflavonoids which are very powerful at reducing your levels of oxidative stress . This portion of the lemon also aid in eradicating toxic elements in the body and removing carcinogenic elements.

Help Fight Cancer

Lemons have been used to prevent and treat cancer. Lemons are anti-microbrial and ward off against bacterial infections and fungi.
When lemon peels are consumed, they have been shown to prevent various types of cancers, including skin cancer, colon cancer, and breast cancer.
A study found that the consumption of lemon peels in tea was beneficial in preventing the development of cancer cells.

Lemons are also very alkalizing! Cancer thrives in an acidic body, by making your body alkaline this will prevent cancer. Take advantage of the whole lemon and don’t just juice and toss!
Lemon peels contain salvestrol Q40 and limonene, which have been shown to prevent and treat cancer. These components fight against present cancerous cells in the body.

How To Eat A Lemon Peel

There are a couple different ways you can prepare your lemon peels.
  1. Place your lemons in the freezer for a couple of hours. Then take them out and grate them. You can sprinkle the grated lemon peel on your meals or in your drinks.
  2. Grate the outside of your lemon (without freezing).  Sprinkle the lemon peel pieces on your meals or in your drinks.
  3. Or you could just bite right into one.
Grated lemon peels make a great addition to salads and teas! They add amazing flavor to any meal! .