Many restaurant professionals and nutritionists use or consume the whole lemon. In order to use the whole fruit, you first need to wash it well and then put it in your freezer wrapped in a film to preserve the fruit’s aroma.
When the lemon is frozen, take a grated and then grate the lemon. You can spray it in rice, salads, puree soups, lemonades, water, wines, stews, pasta sauces, and sushi. It will provide amazing taste, and you will absolutely adore it.
The skin of the lemon contains five to ten more vitamins than the lemon juice contains. If we freeze the lemon and then spray it on our food, we will be able to obtain more of its health benefits. It is much more effective than chemotherapy, and it has a taste that is pleasant. Not to mention, it does not provide the awful side-effects that chemo does.
Other than grating the skin, we can also consume the juice and the pulp, and add it to ice creams and cakes. One of the most interesting qualities that it provides are the effects it has on cysts and tumors. Lemons have actually been tested and they are proven to be able to combat all types of cancer.
Lemons also contain some antimicrobial properties that can fight against bacterial and fungal infections, worms and internal parasites. It contains extremely powerful antidepressants, that can fight anxiety and nervousness, and control the blood pressure.
Despite tasting acidic, this fruit is actually a great alkalizer that will regulate the pH values in your body. It can also kill the malignant cells of as much as twelve types of cancer like colon, prostate and lung cancer. The compounds that are contained inside the lemons are proven to be ten times more effective than adriamycin, which is a drug that is used in chemotherapy, in order to reduce the growth of the cancerous cells. The reason why lemon therapy is so much more effective is that it destroys the cells that are dangerous for the body, without ever touching the ones that are healthy.