Lemon is a species of small evergreen tree native to Asia. It is shaped oval and usually yellow in color if nurtured completely or else you can see it green as well. Lemon water contains citric acid that is responsible for immense sourness that is very hard to bear if taken alone. Its inner portion divided into eight to ten segment and it taste immensely sour that if not taken with any other food or drinkable item then it could be very difficult to bear its sourness. It is also used in culinary purpose and different kinds of dishes are being favored by lemon juice. It is estimated that a lemon consist 5-6% of citric acids and if compared with its sourness it is very lesser amount of citric acid.
The exact origin of lemon is not known yet but it has been thought that Assam which is an Indian state. Lemon water has so many attributes that helps in curing different kind of virus as well as infection. Lemon contains a rich amount of vitamin C that helps fight with different diseases and along with vitamin C it contains magnesium, potassium, B-complex vitamins, fiber calcium, iron etc. All these nutrition are very beneficial for your body and immune system.
Now we are going to talk about lemon water’s use in bettering the functions of lever. Ergastic level of citric acid is naturally found in lemons and if consumed with purified water then it can be beneficial for your body. Because of its acidic qualities, when you eat something then it helps your digestion system to digest food in your stomach by breaking your food down. It also stimulates digestive fluid that helps digesting your food. Everything your swallow affects your liver so whatever you are going to swallow should be your health conscious decision. If you eat something that is not going to digest in proper way then your liver has to do extra work to digest your food.
A study held in 2014 by “Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology,” reported that a compound found in lemons called naringenin calms liver inflammation. A study of “Life Sciences” that was held in 2003 reported results of a study indicating that eriocitrin, a flavonoid in lemons, protects your liver against exercise-induced oxidative stress. Other causes of oxidative stress, like tobacco and radiation, were not examined. Regular intake of lemon makes a healthy addition to your diet and it helps support liver function. The lemon juice is low in calories and is excellent source of vitamin C and potassium but juice of one lemon is not enough to get adequate amount of nutrition. Overall lemon water is very effective in increasing the functionality of your liver and should be taken every day as a regular diet.