Lemongrass has been a part of our diet for most of the month until today. Research shows that lemon peel contains more nutrients than water, and its compounds fight many diseases.
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What does frozen lemon do?
Frozen slices of lemon have essential ingredients that strengthen the immune system, normalize cholesterol levels and prevent the progression of cancer. In addition, it is rich in nutrients such as vitamins A, B6, C and E, iron, zinc, potassium, fiber and protein.
Frozen lemon slices contain flavonoids and limonoids that are known to strengthen cells and fight free radicals. Studies show positive results in fighting tumors, diabetes, regulating blood sugar levels, blood pressure and causing weight loss.
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How to freeze lemon?
Due to the fact that most of the nutrients are in the skin of the lemon, so you should wash them properly, then disinfect them with baking soda or apple cider vinegar and wash them again with water and keep overnight in the freezer.
How to use frozen lemon?
After the lemons are frozen, grate them in a glass jar and keep the jar in the freezer and use it whenever you want. It is recommended to use grated skin as additives in salads, soups, juices and even in home sauces.
Frozen lemons contain anti-cancer compounds
According to studies, lemons contain beneficial compounds to fight cancer, including vitamin C, glycosides, pectin and limonene.
Why freeze the lemon?
According to nutritionists, there is more lemon juice in the skin than it is, so it is recommended to freeze the lemon and then use it for nutritional and skin care purposes.
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Frozen lemon eliminates waste and toxins
According to research, slices of frozen lemon have shown the necessary potential to remove all toxic wastes from the human body, and therefore their use is a useful option in the treatment of cancer patients.
Frozen lemon is good for the skin
Hairdressers always agree with the fact that its lemon peel as an excellent exfoliator not only removes dead skin but also moisturizes it.
Translator: Elahe Zarei