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The lemon zest provides 5 to 10 times more vitamins than the lemon juice, such as vitamin C, A, calcium, magnesium, beta carotene and potassium.

This zest also contains ingredients that strongly fight against carcinogenic substances, such as salvestrol Q 40 and lemonela, that tend to destroy cancer cells in early stages, especially when the diagnose is breast, bowel and skin cancer.

Lemon zest is a great source of vitamin C and P (flavonoids). This vitamin mix cleanses the blood vessels, lowers LDL cholesterol and blood pressure.

The lemon zest is also extraordinary preventer of osteoporosis, due to its power to strengthen the bones.

          Lemon zest juice – recipe:

Take two lemons and squeeze them after washing well. Then, dice the zest and soak it in 2-3 dl warm water for 12 hours.  Take two spoons of this drink every 3 hours, before and after meal.

This juice is amazing for sclerosis, high cholesterol levels and hypertension due to the high content of vitamin P and C that cleanses blood vessels and strengthens cardiovascular system, respectively.

          Consuming lemon zest

We give you the best way to consume lemon zest:

Wash the lemons well and keep them in freezer. You can grate the zest afterwards, when preparing salads, fish, meat or any other meal, even warm drinks, like tea.

In this way, your meals will provide you lots of vitamins and anticancerogenic elements that keep you healthy.

You can also grate fresh lemon zest in meals or tea, but the shelf life is longer when the lemon is frozen.

We recommended using organic lemons. Otherwise, wash the lemons carefully or soak them in water and vinegar for 10-15 minutes before usage, in order to remove all impurities and chemicals.



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