The lemon skin and peel are the healthiest part of this fruit. The thing is that almost always we throw away these parts, perhaps because people don’t like their taste.
If the whole fruit is used, the consumption of vitamins and other nutrients is higher for 5 – 10 times. We already know that the lemons are the best source of vitamin C, but we probably aren’t aware that is also a rich source of vitamins B6, E, A, calcium, iron, riboflavin, folate, potassium, magnesium, protein and phosphorus.
Frequent consumption of lemons can help with weight loss, diabetes prevention, hypertension control, acid reflux calming, as well as elimination of various malignant tumors and fever.
If you want to get the optimal amount of useful compounds from lemons, you should freeze it before using it. Before you freeze it, make sure you completely dry and clean the fruit. You can take it out from the freezer when it is completely frozen.
When you take it out from the freezer, you want to make the lemon flat. For this purpose – cut one of the lemon’s ends. Grind it on this flat side, same like you would do it with a piece of cheese. This is how you can be safe from the danger of dropping it while preparing it.
Afterwards, store the grated lemon into a container or you can use it to add flavor to your meals. The result would be unique taste since it is different from the usual squeezed lemon juice. Furthermore – your body will be extremely grateful!
If you start using frozen lemons as soon as possible, you will get amazing benefits – as soon as possible!