Lemon is yellow, oval citrus fruit that has thick skin, specific fragrant and acidic juice. This fruit has wide range of uses, starting from the fact that is added in many dishes due to its incredible flavor, up to various health benefits it offers.

We can say that lemons are super food.

Flavonoids contained in the lemon juice are high in antioxidants, which makes lemons extremely powerful for treatment of many ailments and medical conditions.

Did you know that by juicing the lemons you don’t get the maximum of their benefits? Our suggestion is to use  frozen lemons. Continue with reading and find out why this method is so great for you.

Lemon peels contains many compounds which have the ability to boost your immune system, normalize cholesterol levels and also to prevent development of cancer.

In addition to that, the peels of this citrus fruit possess incredibly strong anti-microbial properties, and can prevent bacterial and fungal infections. This is of extreme importance in the removing process of internal parasites and worms.

It is interesting to mention that lemons are essential part of any detox regimen, in form of lemonade, lemon water or lemon tea.

Health Benefits

Recent studies have associated the consumption of fresh fruits and veggies with substantially decreased risk of many lifestyle-related ailments.

Some of the greatest powers of lemon include:

Immunity boost

Kidney and liver cleanse

Prevention against asthma symptoms

Effective against dangerous bacteria

Reduced risk of stroke

Prevention and treatment of depression and stress

Excellent treatment of inflammation

Prevention of cancer

Lemons and Cancer

Most commonly the lemons are utilized due to their high vitamin C content, which mostly is concentrated in the juice. Still, according to the latest research it was proved that lemon peels provide great nutrients, as well.

Namely, the study had showed that lemon peels have really big potential in destroying and removing toxic waste from the body. Experts explain that this is the main reason why lemons often are part of treatment of cancer patients.

It is scientifically proven that there is very strong relation between lemons and cancer. The researches had lasted for decades and scientists were wondering and testing if lemons are powerful enough to destroy abnormal cancer cells. The final results have confirmed this possibility.

Since 1970, more than 20 laboratory tests were conducted and the extracts had revealed that frozen lemons have the ability to destroy the malignant cells in 12 types of cancers, including prostate, colon, breast, lung and pancreas.

In addition to that, certain research studies indicate that, compared to chemotherapy, frozen lemons may be even more efficient in destroying cancer.

Undoubtedly, lemons are much healthier and safer solution than any chemical medicines. Moreover, the studies have showed that lemon extract has the ability to destroy the cancer cells, while the healthy cells were intact.

Get the Most from Your Lemons

Lemon peel contains even 5-10 more vitamins than its juice.

Nutritionist and expert on women’s health, Dr. Marilyn Glenville explains that the combination of healthy peels is incredibly beneficial for the overall health. For BBC food she said: “Most of the antioxidants included in fruit are included in the peel or the pith rather than in the pulp.”

“Smoothie is far better than a juice, since you can consume the whole fruit including the peel, and you will not throw away a single nutrient from the fruit” suggested

Dr. Glenville.

Majority people don’t like the citrus fruits due to the bitter taste of their skin. Below we are going to present you recipe about how to pull out the maximum of the lemons, without the bitter flavor.

Freeze your lemons

By using organic apple cider vinegar or baking soda, thoroughly wash and disinfect the lemons. After that, rinse the lemons well with plenty of water, and pat them dry using a towel. Finally, freeze the lemons overnight.

When the lemons are completely frozen, grate the whole lemon, including the pulp, peel and seeds.

Next step is to transfer the grated lemons into ice cube trays, and place them in the freezer. You can utilize your frozen lemons any time you need a hint of citrus fruit.

You can add the lemons in almost every dish. The lemon peels will give much stronger taste to your meals. Our recommendation is to add some grated lemon peels to your soups, salads, pasta sauces yoghurt or homemade ice cream.

Also, you can add tablespoon of grated lemons to your favorite smoothie, juice or tea. You can try adding some lemons into your baked goods, as well.