May 26, 2021 2 min read

Lemon brings a zesty, tangy taste to dishes and beverages that is super refreshing and different. They are rich in Vitamin C and have a variety of health benefits, and are a must-have addition to your regular diet. 

They're low in sugar and calories, help with digestion, make a soothing summer drink, and add flavour to any meal. Including more lemons in your daily diet is a healthy decision, and the good news is that you can do so in a variety of ways. We've compiled a list of the top five ways to incorporate more lemon into your life

Lemon with warm water and honey

Drinking a potion of hot water with lemon pressed in it and a few drops of honey in the mornings is one of the greatest things you can offer your body. This is a detox drink that also helps to clear the bowels. Lemon leaves a tangy aftertaste in the mouth and is a perfect way to start the day.

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Throughout the summer, a large glass of lemonade is amongst the most refreshing drinks that can transform your mood!  Lemonade is simple to make and consists of water and lemon juice.

If the flavour needs to be improved, add salt, sugar, and chaat masala. In North India, a desi drink known as shikanji is popular, and it’s consumed after meals or even in the evening. Many people prefer lemonade with soda to water, but the latter is better, so avoid the fizz if at all possible.

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Lemon Shots

Another excellent way to integrate lemon into your diet is withdaily shots. They’re super easy to consume, and don’t take more than a second. Also, these shots are specially formulated so that you can have them everyday and it’ll do the job for you.

Make sure that you have it on an empty stomach to enjoy the best effects. Lemon shots are known to boost vitamin C levels and give you a boost of energy when you need it!

Lemon Pickle

If you like lemon, you'll salivate at the prospect of a lemon pickle, just as we do. Lemon pickle, which is made in most Indian homes and enjoyed with meals, is filled with health benefits since it uses the whole fruit, including the skin, which is rich in nutrients. The majority of lemon pickles are made with water and do not contain any oil. Two teaspoons a day is good for the system, so don’t worry.

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Lemon in Salads

If you find salads to be a little bland, try squeezing some lemon juice on top of them. You can make the tastiest and happiest salad ever by combining lemon juice, honey, and vinaigrette as a salad dressing. A splash of lemon juice on a green salad can also be delicious. To add more spice, sprinkle some herbs on top.

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What’s your favourite lemon recipe for your everyday boost?