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Surprising Side Effects of Drinking Lemon Water, Say Dietitians

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Sarah Crow of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 7: With temperatures heating up around the U.S., drinking water to avoid dehydration is more important than ever. And if you're looking to make your average glass of water a whole lot more delicious, adding a squeeze or a slice of lemon to your water is a simple way to make that beverage a whole lot more enjoyable. However, flavor isn't the only thing that a hint of citrus will add to your water—lemon water can benefit your body from head to toe. Read on to discover the many health benefits of drinking lemon water, according to dietitians. And for more great additions to your daily routine, check out The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

Surprising Side Effects of Drinking Lemon Water, Say Dietitians

With temperatures heating up around the U.S., drinking water to avoid dehydration is more important than ever. And if you're looking to make your average glass of water a whole lot more delicious, adding a squeeze or a slice of lemon to your water is a simple way to make that beverage a whole lot more enjoyable. However, flavor isn't the only thing that a hint of citrus will add to your water—lemon water can benefit your body from head to toe. Read on to discover the many health benefits of drinking lemon water, according to dietitians. And for more great additions to your daily routine, check out The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.

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