Deeply Cleanse your body with Water and Lemon Juice

limone e acquaLemon is the number 1 ally of detox diets. Lemon juice is not only a natural, easy way to cleanse your body, but it also allows you to quickly lose weight.

How to cleanse your system with lemon juice.

The lemon diet lets you lose at least 3 Kg in a week. You have to try it to believe it! It’s not by chance that the lemon diet is a favourite of high profile celebrities like Madonna, Beyoncè and Brad Pitt.
If you wish to stop feeling bloated, and cleanse your body naturally, stack up on lemon juice.

The nutritionist’s recommendations 

  • If you weigh less than 56 Kg: drink 25 ml of Limmi lemon juice mixed with a glass of water once a day, upon waking up in the morning
  • If you weigh over 56 Kg: drink a total of 2 glasses of water with Limmi lemon juice every day, the first glass upon waking up in the morning – on an empty stomach – and the second glass later in the day, or even at night before going to bed.

Relieve stress, tiredness and get your fill of vitamin C with lemon. You’ll be able to face the change of seasons with lots of energy and feel better immediately.

5 real advantages of clensing our system with lemon juice

1. Deep cleansing
Barring any specific health problems, you can routinely detoxify your body with water and Limmi lemon juice every month for 7-10 days.

2. Changes of season, I fear thee not
To boldly face the changes of season, we recommend a 21-day water and lemon juice detox cycle.

3. Bye-bye stress!
When you feel stressed-out, drink warm water with lemon juice every other day

4. Lose weight with lemon? Yes, you can.
Before starting a new diet, cleanse your body for 15 days with the beneficial combination of water+lemon.

5. Digestion
Drinking water and lemon for 2-7 days can clean and lighten up even the most indulgent stomachs.

Please note that during the detox period you may experience mild side effects: headaches, tiredness, or changes in bowel movements (which, contrary to what you might think, may become more frequent). Whatever the case may be, you should always contact and follow your primary doctor’s advice.