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 If you drink lemon juice in hot water please share
Yes, I do it regularly (106 votes)
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No, I've never tried it (37 votes)
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143 Votes Total Last vote Sunday, August 3, 2014, 1:16pm by NanJoy
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Quoted from VictoriousLiving
Why does the water have to be hot? I drink lemon in water regularly. Is a higher temp more beneficial?

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Dr. D says it helps to produce a bowel movement which is what I've found
works really well when I use the lemon juice mixed with hot water!

My brain just remembered why I drink it HOT!

This is what is the difference...



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I have no problem with BM's and drink my room temp lemon water, almost daily.  I do drink fresh ginger tea every morning with my breakfast which is hot but outside of that I'm not a fan of the extremes whether hot or cold.  I never drink cold beverages unless I have to purchase a bottle of water when I'm away from home and the only ones available are refrigerated.  
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I was drinking the warm water with 1/2 juice from a lemon, but then I started adding the lemon juice to my green tea that I have first thing in the morning. Will the green tea change the effect?   It seems to be easier on my stomach.
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I've tried it but think it's the lemon that doesn't like my stomach...makes it feel sore.


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...I started adding the lemon juice to my green tea that I have first thing in the morning...



I drink my green tea or yerba mate with lemon every morning, and sometimes some mint too.   All are bene's for me so it's a twofer or threefer.  
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I voted No Never tried it;  Although I have tried it many times and don't try any more because it sets my stomach on fire.  



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I've tried to drink it...I'm allergic to citrus and it causes burning in my stomach..  
I'm with you MF... I tried but it just didn't like me... I even burp lemon for hours if I clean with lemon oil or take a fish oil capsule that has lemon added to it...

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I drink hot and warm water by itself, home carbonated filter water with a squirt of lemon or lime juice.  Lime is very refreshing and is energising.  Lemon seems more of a digestive aid.  I recommend people trying to give up beer and soft drink use these as a replacement if they are applicable to their diets.
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I have been drinking lemon water each morning for months to help with mucous but prefer cool/cold water. I add fresh lemon to my iced sun tea and hot teas also.  


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I've been drinking it every morning without fail and I've noticed the difference. I produce quite a bit of mucus, and used to wake up nauseous almost every morning from having that on my stomach. Since I started with the lemon juice that's pretty much gone away, I've also noticed my appetite has increased since I started doing that. (Good thing for me because usually I'm never hungry)

Haven't really tried it cold, I just like how it tastes when it's warm or hot. I use a pure lemon juice most of the time but when I get the chance I like to squeeze fresh lemon wedges into the water, it's really good that way too.
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I heard on the health news that you should wait an hour after eating anything  before brushing your teeth. Acids are in most foods that soften the enamel.


Well, this doesn't make sense.  If it's the acids in foods that errode the enamel, it makes sense to get it off your teeth as soon as possible.
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I have started the oil pulling so am excited to hopefully find clearer sinuses and whiter teeth. Does anyone know a brand of "toothpaste" or tooth cleaner without glycerine?


I've been using tooth soap for years.  Made from several oils.  It take a little time to get used to the taste but my teeth feel so much cleaner with the tooth soap.  I originally bought the tooth soap from a company that sells Perfet Prescription tooth soap but it was way to pricy.  I found another seller online who sells little blocks of the "dental soap" for much less.

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Does it make a difference if you use bottled lemon juice or fresh lemons?.  I have a bottle of organic lemon juice which would be much more convenient.

Thanks!  


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Does it make a difference if you use bottled lemon juice or fresh lemons?.  I have a bottle of organic lemon juice which would be much more convenient.

Thanks!  

As with anything pre-made, look at the ingredients...  I would guess that there is a preservative in the bottled...  If not or it is a compliant one, then it is great to use...  

When traveling, I have even used the Real-lemon juice as that is what I could find, but would rather not use that on a regular basis...


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I voted "yes, regularly" but only because I use it in my morning green tea to make it a bit more palatable.
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ABJoe,
The stuff i have i got at Costco, I don't recall anything bad being in it (i usually check the label before i buy).



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Well, this doesn't make sense.  If it's the acids in foods that errode the enamel, it makes sense to get it off your teeth as soon as possible.


Drink the lemon juice through a straw, but I prefer to rinse my mouth straight away after drinking it (straw or not) and wait a few  minutes before eating anything else.  This will give my teeth a chance to re=coat themselves with normal mouth protective PH balanced fluids ...

Brushing straight after exposing enamel to the lemon acid it will be like scoring fresh paint ... a bit exaggerated may be, but illustrates the point ...  




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I drink it every day.  I also put it in my drinking water on a regular basis.  Not always.  But my first beverage of the day is a cold glass of water, followed up by a warm cup of lemon water to sip.  Mmmmmmmm...


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a cold glass of water sounds shocking to my ears......eyes. I mean, my system......
not for me, thanks!


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Does drinking lemon in hot green tea count?



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I drink warm lemon water every morning.  Quickly looking through this thread it looks as if A's are more likely to do so and O's and B's are not - stomach acid?


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I drink warm lemon water every morning.  Quickly looking through this thread it looks as if A's are more likely to do so and O's and B's are not - stomach acid?

Maybe because Dr. D'Adamo recommends lemon water in the morning for A's, in ER4YT and elsewhere, to cut back mucus, for instance.


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