Word association is so much fun, don’t you agree?

What do see when you think of buns?

Stop it! We were talking about hamburger buns.

Okay, what do you think of when you hear the word hips?

Nooooooooooooooo, not those silly.

Rosehips of course.

Let’s try another one. Please remember. Our software projects what’s in your mind.

How about thighs?

Noooooooooooooooo, not that one. Get your mind out of the gutter! Please.

We meant fried chicken thighs.

Look, this is about food. Why are you projecting other images into this story?

Okay, since that is the case, we are going to take another approach (sigh). We’ll compromise because of what’s going on in your head.

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So, we set this experiment up for you so that when you see a beautiful woman dressed in yellow, any kind of yellow, you will think about lemons and why they are not only good to you, but so good for you as well.

“Drink warm water with lemon first thing in the morning. It’s a good way to detox and alkalize your body.”… Valentina Zelyaeva

At the educational site draxe.com they share, “Lemons are loaded with healthy benefits, and particularly, they’re a great vitamin C food source. One cup of fresh lemon juice provides 187 percent of your daily recommended serving of vitamin C — take that, oranges! Lemon juice also offers up a healthy serving of potassium, magnesium and copper.”

Very good to know. Tangy information. Zesty morsels of enlightenment. Sour in a sweet way.

Sweet just like the following photos of beautiful women adorned in yellow.

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For now, these images are fine if you associate them with lemons and good health. That is what you’re doing, right?

Now for this to work you must clear your mind of everything else, including those sexy images you projected before. Ready?

Please relax and listen.

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“There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical. We can roll the image, make it flutter. We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen it to crystal clarity. For the next hour sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear. We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your television set. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to… The Outer Lemons……..”

Or was that the Outer Limits?

Oh yeah, we remember that show.

The Outer Limits (1963-1965) was an American television anthology series, airing on ABC that focused mainly on science fiction themes and often featured a twist ending.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CtjhWhw2I8 ……The Outer Limits Intro

Having said that, are you ready to travel with us to the Outer Lemons, where gorgeous babes are dressed in yellow, so that you could be reminded to keep lemons in your diet for good health.

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It will give you a life with a yummy twist.

So one final test to see if this word association, lemons and your health, mind meld to all things yellow and lemon is working.

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Please think yellow. Please think lemons and your health.

Ah, finally. Now that’s better.

Our visiting female writer named Sarah Graduated with a BA in Exercise Science and has worked in the medical field.


 

The Many Health Benefits of Lemons

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By Sarah Labdar

If you look in most people’s kitchen you can find that wonderful smelling, citrus fruit called the lemon. Lemons are not only a great additive for baking and cooking but it has several other uses as well. Although most often not eaten alone, its entire contents can be used in several facets of life such as culinary, household cleaning, as a freshener, and health aid.

Most frequently recognized by its bright yellow color and tart and sour taste, the lemon is part of the citrus family. These fruits are known for being full of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, calcium, and magnesium. These vitamins and minerals are essential for collagen production, wound recovery, boost immune function, and fight against diseases such as cancer and degenerative diseases. Additionally, lemons are one of the many foods that contain antioxidants which fight against free radicals in the body.

Originally discovered in India, lemons slowly made their way to America in the 15th century. Since then lemons have become more than an ornamental plant and are used widely for their health benefits. There are many health benefits of lemons and several ways in which they can be used or consumed. Some of the health benefits include digestion, diuretics, detox, skin care, hair care, dental aid, sooth sore throat, weight loss, and reduce fevers. A lemons parts includes its pulp, juice and rind. For health benefits lemon juice and lemon pulp are mainly used whereas the lemon rind is usually used in culinary settings as a garnish.

Although, highly commercialized and sweetened, lemonade was the first form of lemon added to water. Now a days adding a slice of lemon to a glass of water adds flavor, however it does a lot more than that. Drinking water with lemon has great effects on the body. Lemon has antibacterial properties, so by adding lemon to your water you are reducing the chances of drinking toxins that are in tap water or left on a glass. Additionally it can reduce bacteria and inflammation within the body. It also is a powerful diuretic and purifier. Lemons clean the body and blood of high levels of uric acid and reduce the likelihood of urinary tract infections, arthritis and rheumatism.

Another way to add lemon to your diet is to mix it with warm water. Most people add a slice of lemon along with honey to their tea. Adding lemon to warm/hot water is a great digestive aid. It reduces the symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux as well as digestive problems such as nausea, bloating, belching, and constipation. It has also been known to rid the body of parasites and worms that live in the intestinal tract. Taking lemon regularly can regulate digestion while increasing weight loss. Because of its ability to cleanse and detox the body there are several lemon diets that include drinking lemon juice daily to lose weight.

Lemon juice is also very effective in relieving bacteria and infections of the throat and mouth. Armed with its antibacterial properties lemon juice can relieve symptoms of a sore throat, tonsillitis, the flu, and colds. The mouth has thousands of bacteria that can cause cavities, gum bleeding and gingivitis. Drinking lemon juice will greatly reduce the bacteria in the mouth. Applying lemon juice directly to sore or bleeding gums and a toothache will relieve pain and top the bleeding. Regular ingestion of lemon juice will also cut down on bad breath.

The healing properties of lemon internally and externally can also have great effects on the skin, hair and nails. Its antioxidant properties reduce the signs of aging such as wrinkles, acne, blemishes, scarring and discoloration. Consuming water with lemon will rejuvenate skin giving a glowing and beautiful complexion. Lemon juice can also be applied on top of the skin to reduce scars, discoloration and smooth out the texture of skin. Applied alone or mixed with honey, rose water, oatmeal, aloe, sandalwood, or essential oils, lemon can clean, clear and exfoliate the skin. Lemon juice and lemon oil can be applied to areas of eczema and bug bites.

Lemons health benefits exceed the physical effects. The smell of lemons and lemon oil can also have a calming and relaxing effect on one’s mood. Lemon can relieve tension, fatigue, anxiety, and nervousness. Lemon oil can be used for aromatherapy to enhance spirit and increase brain activity. Lemon balm, a powerful herb is also used to reduce fevers by increasing perspirations, reduce infections, relieving anxiety, and promoting restful sleep.

Lemon was used as a ‘cure all’ in Roman times and as we can see lemon has very powerful healing effects. No matter how you use it or what you are using it for, you will achieve the desired effect.

Graduated with a BA in exercise science and have worked in the medical field since. My focus is alternative medicine however all aspects of health interest me. Check out my health website! http://www.universalhealthinfo.com/Lemons_Health_Benefits.html

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