Believe It or Not, Use Frozen Lemons and Say Goodbye to Diabetes, Tumors, Obesity!

Lemons are ones of the most beneficial fruits on the planet, and due to their countless health benefits and unique flavor and scent, they a...

Lemons are ones of the most beneficial fruits on the planet, and due to their countless health benefits and unique flavor and scent, they are added to various recipes.
Believe It or Not, Use Frozen Lemons and Say Goodbye to Diabetes, Tumors, Obesity!
Source: simpletastyrecipes.com

Lemons are excellent for detoxification of the body, but when juiced, the lemon loses many of its nutrients and a great part of the medicinal potential.
On the other hand, freezing is a better option. The peel of the lemon strengthens the immune system, and offers numerous health properties, like regulating cholesterol, preventing cancer, treating bacterial infections, and destroying parasites and worms.
These are the health benefits of this miraculous fruit:
Prevention of asthma
Fighting inflammation
Detoxification of the kidneys and the liver
Boosting the immune system
Regulation of high blood pressure
Elimination of harmful bacteria
Treating depression and stress
Fighting cancer

The lemon juice is extremely high in vitamin C, while its rind is effective in eliminating toxins from the body. Studies have shown that the lemon peel actually contains 5 to 10 times more vitamins.


Decades ago, scientists examined the effects of lemon in the case of cancer. What they found was that these fruits eradicate malignant cells in several types of cancers, including lung, breast, and colon cancer.
What’s best about this all is that lemons, unlike chemotherapy, target only the cancerous cells, and do not affect the healthy ones.
According to Dr. Marilyn Glenville, a nutritionist, and expert on women’s health, the peels from various fruits can boost the immune system and support overall health. She also claims that smoothies are far healthier than juices, as they also contain other parts of the fruit, including the peel.
Lemon smoothies have a bitter taste, so the following option, to freeze them, is the one we strongly advise. Therefore, here is how to freeze lemons:
Use apple cider vinegar to wash and disinfect the lemons. Then, rinse them and leave them to dry. Next, leave them to freeze until the next morning, and then grate the entire fruit, along with the peel, pulp, and seeds.
The frozen lemons can be added to various dishes, smoothies, tea, baked goods, desserts, and soups.

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  1. How do you grate seeds? Is there are reason to include the seeds?

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    1. That's what I was thinking!lol

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  2. This shows the lemons in ice cube trays. Can you just blend them and then freeze them in the ice cube trays?

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  3. So after grating them you have a slush. Or would a food processor work better? What, freeze the slush or contain it some how. Article is not to clear on end use. Please reply. edbathen@gmail.com

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  4. The peel of many comercially farmed , shop bought fruit has been sprayed with either wax or pesticides only eat the peel from certified organic fruit even then wash it first , just blend the whole fruit using a juicer

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  5. Do they use frozen lemons in hospitals where patients suffering from cancer are treated? Do hope the doctors have heard about this, and all patients will get frozen lemons instead of chemotherapy. At least from now on.

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  6. Do they use frozen lemons in hospitals where patients suffering from cancer are treated? Do hope the doctors have heard about this, and all patients will get frozen lemons instead of chemotherapy. At least from now on.

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  7. Your correct that the exterior has likely been exposed to pesticides; that is why the step of washing with cider vinegar is there. The wax that is applied to most fruit is an edible wax. Many fruits are bathed in this to help persevere them for retail purposes but are safe to consume.

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  8. How long can you keep frozen lemons before you have to use them.

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  9. How long can you keep frozen lemons before you have to use them.

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