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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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Chloe
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I thought this information was worth sharing..It's about the health benefits of
drinking lemon juice in warm water. I've started doing this every morning.
Anyone do this regularly?

Some people add a pinch of salt.  Does anyone know what the salt is for?

http://proliberty.com/observer/20040711.htm


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Yes and I just had a dental checkup after almost 2 years of not having my teeth cleaned.
The hygeinist  commented on how great my gums and teeth where.


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I can't do warm water and lemon in the morning, it doesn't work with my schedule.  But every night when I sit down to watch my show before bed I love my lemon and warm water.  The salt is to help retain water if your dehydrated.  
A couple of years ago I had a bad cold and drank a pot full of lemon and hot water two nights in a row!! I didn't have mucus issues for a month!! I totally dried out my system, that was a little overboard


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Why warm water? I always have lemon in my plain water that is usually at room temp. when I'm at a restaurant, just tastes better.


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Well, I guess the temperature isn't all that important..
but to drink it first thing in the morning I just like the water to be warm or hot. I'm not someone who likes to start my
day with cold liquids.  Might just be preference. I don't like
ice in any beverages...don't like cold food right out of
the refrigerator...so I said "hot water" because that's
what I've been doing.

This article says to use purified water and organic lemons, samy..
I don't think restaurants are going to offer that.




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No, restaurants aren't going to offer that I'm sure, but, it's still better than just plain water. I agree with the cold liquids, I only drink cold things when the temp goes above 90 and I'm working outside.


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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?442

Although it's neutral to drink lemon juice and water for other blood types, for type A,
it's beneficial!

And see, 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!


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My dentist asked me not to drink lemon juice regularly. He said it would erode tooth enamel. He said that he sees lots of people with eroded tooth enamel and most of them - when asked - regulary drink lemon juice diluted with water.
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use a straw!


the salt helps hydrate, much like electrolytes or gatorade without the avoids!


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Well, that's interesting curious...I'll have to ask my dentist if he sees this.

I'm just following Dr. D's health recommendations for a type A... and brushing my teeth  after I drink the lemon water.   So far, no enamel eroding.  Wonder if drinking lemon water through a straw would keep  the water from making a direct contact with the teeth.

I just tried it....the water sort of gets "shot" further back into the mouth and
kind of bypasses the front teeth.  That's one solution.

BTW, I drink more water in general when I drink it through a straw...I just like the
sipping sensation rather than tilting my head back to drink out of a glass..





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I go through phases with my morning lemon water. I just recently stopped it because the last three times I've taken it (warm, but not hot, water, the juice of one lemon, plus 1/2 tsp sea salt) it's made me nauseous. I like the sea salt because it helps to cut the tang.

I have some lemons that need to be used, so I'll try it again tomorrow.

I always swish my mouth out with fresh water after drinking the lemon water.


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I always swish my mouth out with fresh water after drinking the lemon water


Yes i've heard this helps and i do this as well.


Chloe,
I have heard that you should wait awhile after drinking lemon water before brushing your teeth, though i'm not sure how long.  I think it has something to do with eroding the tooth enamel too.


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Yes i've heard this helps and i do this as well.


Chloe,
I have heard that you should wait awhile after drinking lemon water before brushing your teeth, though i'm not sure how long.  I think it has something to do with eroding the tooth enamel too.


OK, thanks for the suggestion.... Always more to learn and consider.

I use baking soda and salt mixed with water to brush my teeth, so I'd suspect the alkalizing effect of the tooth brushing would cancel out the acidity of the lemon
juice.  Does this make sense to anyone?



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I have heard that you should wait awhile after drinking lemon water before brushing your teeth, though i'm not sure how long.  I think it has something to do with eroding the tooth enamel too.

Yes, my dentist said that too. He suggests waiting for 15 minutes before brushing the teeth.

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Warm lemonade with honey seems to really help whenever I've had lung problems, like asthma or bronchitis.  


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Quoted from Chloe
I thought this information was worth sharing..It's about the health benefits of
drinking lemon juice in warm water. I've started doing this every morning.
Anyone do this regularly?

I tried it and after a couple of weeks I started having a stomach ache from it and I stopped doing it..stomach ache went away...Well I have a citrus allergy anyway..breaks out my face..oranges are the worst...oranges cause migraines.  

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I have heard that you should wait awhile after drinking lemon water before brushing your teeth, though i'm not sure how long.  I think it has something to do with eroding the tooth enamel too.

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.
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when (and when not) to brush teeth:

http://www.howtobrushyourteeth.co.uk/page5.htm


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Thanks Chloe,

That's interesting. Pretty much what I do, anyway.


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sorry, not hot water at all, but luke warm water yessss


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Wahh, I can't vote in your poll- and I love to vote in polls!

You only gave options for "I do it regularly" and "never tried it." Where are the other options?

I've had it in the past, but it's not something I make a habit of. I got stomachaches from doing it first thing in the morning- I do better with a caffeinated beverage that has some calories in it.

But I do drink water with lemon juice once in a while when I'm in the mood for it.


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I drink roomtemperature in the morning and evening but I mix in some papaya poweder for a flat tummy. Cause the lemon balances the mushroomy taste of the papaya powder. Have not noticed any bad side effects on m teeth or stomach.
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Wahh, I can't vote in your poll- and I love to vote in polls!

You only gave options for "I do it regularly" and "never tried it." Where are the other options?

I've had it in the past, but it's not something I make a habit of. I got stomachaches from doing it first thing in the morning- I do better with a caffeinated beverage that has some calories in it.

But I do drink water with lemon juice once in a while when I'm in the mood for it.


I guess the other options would be something like "I tried it but it doesn't work"
Or "I tried it and it sometimes works"
Or "I don't make a habit of it but I have tried it"
Or "It gives me stomachaches"
Pick any one of those or all of those ruthiegirl....

Just goofing with you....


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Yes I do it too.

I start my day by going back to bed with about 2 cups of warm water and lemon juice. Not much just half a lemon or sometimes just a few drops. Sometimes even no lemon juice.  And sipping it while reading something great.

Important to do this in the morning after all that detoxing going in the night.

I heard that its the warm water and particularly water that has been boiled for some time and then cooled down. The boiling ionises the water and this hydrates the body better meaning  out go the toxins and in go the nutrients more efficiently.

I don't boil my water as I have a filtering/optimizing  system that ionises my water.

Ayurvedic medecine recommends sipping warm water all through the day. The rest I read about somewhere but don't remember where.
  


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