Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits.   

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits

FROZEN LEMONS

Adding lemon to water or herbal and green tea is a great way to help with our daily water intake that we all need to stay hydrated and help alkalize our bodies for optimum health.  For convenience, keep these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices stored in the freezer at home or at work to add to your water daily.

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits.   

HOW TO FREEZE LEMONS

Freezing lemons couldn’t be easier, and these frozen lemon slices are so convenient to have on hand to pop in water and tea.

  1. Slices the lemons fairly thin.  
  2. Lay the slices out on a cookie sheet and put in the freezer for about an hour, or until frozen solid.
  3. Place the frozen lemon slices (or wedges) in a freezer bag and return to the freezer.

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits.   

ARE LEMONS GOOD FOR YOU

Yes!!  Lemons are a rich source of Vitamin C.  And the peel provides up to 10 times more nutrients than the flesh.

BENEFITS OF LEMON

Lemons are an excellent source of Vitamin C , which is the most important antioxidant found in nature. Vitamin C helps to neutralize free radicals both inside and outside of cells. Free radicals are responsible for damaging cells leading to inflammation and chronic disease.

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits

Vitamin C also helps prevent buildup of plaque and the progression of atherosclerosis and heart disease. The citric acid, bioflavonoids, vitamin C, calcium, pectin and limonene found in lemons are powerful nutrients which give a boost to the immune system, helping to ward off infections and disease. Lemons are considered one of the most alkalizing foods you can eat. They have a high, more pure concentration of negatively charged ions than any other fruit, which may help increase the flow of oxygen to the brain.

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits.   

STAY HYDRATED

Every cell and organ in our body depends on water.  Without proper hydration, our bodies can’t function at their best.   Here are a few reasons to keep yourself hydrated

  • Transports nutrients and oxygen
  • Controls heart rate and blood pressure
  • Regulates body temperature
  • Lubricates joints
  • Protects organs and tissue, including the eyes, ears, and heart

It’s especially important to monitor water intake in small children, athletes, the elderly and those with chronic disease.

Adding these frozen lemon slices to your water and tea will infuse the water with nutrients and add a pop of flavor that will hopefully make it easier for you to drink your 64 ounces daily.  

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits.   

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WHAT TO DO WITH LEMONS

Here are more recipes putting fresh lemons to good use to keep your immune system strong and to help you stay hydrated.

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits
Yield: 8 - 10 servings

Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices

Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 5 minutes

Add these Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices to water or herbal or green tea for added alkalizing, detoxifying and other nutritional benefits. 

Ingredients

  • 2 large organic lemons, rinsed

Instructions

  1. Slices the lemons fairly thin.  
  2. Lay the slices out on a cookie sheet and put in the freezer for about an hour, or until frozen solid.
  3. Place the frozen lemon slices (or wedges) in a freezer bag and return to the freezer.

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