Lemon as a medicine in the fight against cancer

Lemon and cancer, more precisely lemon as a cure for cancer, is one of the latest news from modern medicine. Namely, the American Scientific Institute for Health in Baltimore, Maryland, recently announced that lemon is a powerful natural product for destroying cancer cells. It has been determined that lemon is as much as 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy, and what is very important, it does not affect healthy cells. The only thing is that it has not been announced yet how much lemon is in question.

Regardless of the fact that lemon as a powerful antioxidant is a proven medicine against various types of diseases, including cancer, it has been known for centuries. Garlic and lemon are the basic ingredients of an old Tibetan medicine, created more than 2000 years ago, which is known, among other things, to prevent the formation of tumors. Today, it is said that lemon has the most beneficial effect on clean and tumors. It has a beneficial effect on all forms of cancer, especially cancer of the lungs, breast, prostate, colon and pancreas.

Lemon and green tea – catechins in green tea are known to reduce the possibility of cancer and heart attack, and scientists from the American Purdue University have shown that the positive effect of green tea is increased by adding lemon juice (mostly due to vitamin C). Green tea with lemon will make the body better absorb catechins.

Another thing about lemon – vitamin C improves the body’s immunity and slows down the aging process, while citric acid neutralizes toxic substances from the body, facilitates digestion and accelerates fat burning. Selenium has an antidepressant effect.

Fortunately, lemon can be used throughout the year in various forms: as a lemonade, addition to teas, juices, sauces, soups, sweet and savory cakes, with fish, meat …

Remember that lemon peel is also edible and useful. Lemon from lemon peel has an antiseptic effect and flavonoids stimulate the exchange of oxygen in the body.

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