Concentrated Lemon Juice: Controls Cholesterol, Diabetes and More



Here on our channel, we have seen how some natural juices can act as actual medications. Have you tried any of them?

Our channel has a lot of different juice recipes.

Green juice, orange, apple, papaya, pineapple, and even some kale or spinach juice. Which ones have you tried already?

These are some of the variations that we are used to making and drinking, right?

Because they are natural, and depending on the ingredients used, juices can work as a powerful homemade medicine. Did you know that?

This is what we will see in today's video, where you will learn how to make a concentrated lemon juice.

Concentrated lemon juice has numberless health benefits, like:

Fights diabetes
Detoxifies the liver
Controls the LDL cholesterol levels
Controls blood pressure

In addition to these things, concentrated lemon juice also fights the common cold and flu, fights against respiratory tract infections, like sore throat and inflamed tonsils, and strengthens the immune system.

It also reduces nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, improves digestion, etc.

Want to learn how to make concentrated lemon juice? Watch the video to learn how!

So, did you like this recipe? Try this juice and tell us what you think!

0:00 Introduction
0:39 Benefits of concentrated lemon juice
2:12 How to make concentrated lemon juice
2:38 How to consume concentrated lemon juice

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