Date: 2020-03-03 14:00:09
We have already talked about the benefits of green tea and lemon on our channel. Have you watched the videos?
One of the main benefits of green tea is that it helps with weight loss since it has caffeine and catechins that boost metabolism, making the body spend more energy and also helps with digestion, regulates the intestines and prevents water retention.
Lemon helps treat constipation, detoxifies the body, improves immunity, accelerates the healing process, reduces bloating and blood pressure, alleviates gout or rheumatism pains, prevents premature aging and other benefits.
Now you must be asking yourself: but what can they both do to improve my health?
The lemon and green tea strengthen the immune system and favor healthy weight loss.
Besides that, this combo makes it easier to break down fats, gets rid of toxins in the body and gives more energy so that you can sweat and lose weight efficiently. Amazing, isn’t it?
Did you know that lemon juice helps tone down the bitter taste of green tea?
Making green tea with lemon is very simple:
You will need 1 cup of water, 1 teaspoon of green tea and the juice of half a lemon.
To make it, just add the boiled water to the green tea leaves and let it sit for 10 minutes.
Strain and add the lemon juice. And it’s ready, you can drink it!
Very easy, isn’t it? Make this tea and share your opinions with us.
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