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Love Your Liver With Lemon Water


Nicole Cutler

Nov 1st, 2010

Discover why there are few beverages as beneficial as lemon water when it comes to actually helping guide your liver towards better health.

Because the liver is affected by everything we ingest, beating chronic liver disease requires every drink, snack or meal to be a health conscious decision. As one could imagine, such analysis can be draining to those who are not trained health or nutrition professionals. Nowhere is this decision making process more important for an ailing liver than in the beverage category. Tastier than plain water and containing several health benefits, those with chronic liver disease have every reason to make lemon water their go to hydrating medium.

Imagine a relatively inexpensive, palate-pleasing, refreshing beverage that is good for your liver. Amidst all of the warnings describing which drinks to avoid because they harm the liver, such an ideal beverage does exist. Squeezing some fresh lemon juice into a glass of purified water is all that is required to create a liver-loving liquid.

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16 Comment(s)
  • Namit

    Yes, I have been advised to take lemon water too. I have been carrying the Hep C virus for about four years now, and i want to start lemon therapy in earnest. Right now, I take just two in a day and would like to increase that to 8-10. Is that advisable? Also, can I add some unrefined sugar or organic jaggery to the lemon-water mix so that it is more palatable? Will that diminish the effect of the lemon? Will appreciate a response on [email protected]

    • Lorraine

      Two in a day is more than enough..More than that can damage lining of your stomach…

      • maximusandrewday

        Agreed Lorrraine and lemons are great for relieving occasional constipation.

    • Is that like 2 lemons per day in your water?

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  • zuwe

    yes lemon helps to shrunk my 5cm fibroid (ovarian cyst)in two months.I squeezed one lemon and drink it with empty stomach in the morning and one squeezed lemon with half warm water mix with blackstrap molasses.



    • maximusandrewday

      NO lemons are better.

    • Martin Cooney

      as far as I have researched, Limes are ok

  • Stacy Cozzi

    I’m on a low sodium diet & I sometimes slip up. what is the best way to rid my boxy of that sodium. And quickly.

    • my point 18

      Doctors say that water dilutes the sodium. So drink water. My mother told me that the exercise instructor told them that when they eat something salty, to drink a full glass of water right after.

      • boohoojohnny

        I’ve heard that doesnt work and could have a negative effect since your body will just retain more water instead of removing excess salt.

        • my point 18

          Well everyone’s body is different. I have a friend who drinks water and she is loses a lot of sodium.

    • commonsensepaulie

      Bananas will chase the sodium out of your system

  • Cindy Hart

    Is it okay to do this if you have ulcers?

  • Aisling

    I just discovered your website and I love it! Liver health is so important…Thank you for this resource!

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