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How Frozen Lemons Fight Cancer



I love the layers of intelligence built into whole foods. In the case of the lemon, not only are there health benefits from its juice but from the rind as well.

I like the idea of freezing organic lemons and then grating the whole lemon for use in warm lemon water in the morning or putting it on everything – smoothies, soups, even ice cream!

Lemon Peels Help Fight Cancer

(Natural Health 365) Lemons peels have an enormous amount of health benefits, including the ability to boost your immune system; lower cholesterol and, even, help to prevent cancer…

According to The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) of Australia, citrus fruits pack a powerful punch – reducing the risk of some cancers by 50 percent.  These scientists report that citrus fruits are most protective against stomach, mouth, larynx and pharynx cancers…

Consuming the entire lemon offers the best results. Most of the plant world contains life-giving substances within the skin, seeds, and pulp…

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Who in His Right Mind Freezes a Lemon?

(Natural News) … take a lemon, wash it, and then put it in the freezer. Once it is frozen you get whatever is necessary to grate or shred the whole lemon without even peeling it first.

Then sprinkle it on your salad, ice cream, soup, cereals, noodles, spaghetti sauce, or whatever. No holds barred. What you will experience is that whatever you sprinkle it on will take on a taste you may never have experienced before.

Why would I do this? Because the lemon peel contains 5 to 10 times more vitamins than the lemon juice itself and the peel is the part that is usually wasted. Not only that, but the peel helps to get rid of toxins in the body.

Another interesting aspect of the lemon is that it has a remarkable effect on cysts and tumors. Some say the lemon is a proven remedy against all types of cancer.

It doesn’t end there. It has an anti-microbial effect against bacterial infections and fungi; it is effective against internal parasites and worms; it regulates blood pressure, which is too high; it acts as an anti-depressant; it combats stress and nervous disorders.

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I’ve been putting grated whole lemon on everything since I’ve read about the intelligence of lemons. Surprisingly, lemon rind really enhances the flavor of food rather than overpowering it. I don’t go a day without having some!


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