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The Lemon Juice Diet Paperback – Bargain Price, December 23, 2008
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Muscle loss then leaves us flabbier and causes metabolism to drop. Drinking lemonade (made with natural lemons, of course) and squeezing real lemon juice on your meats, salads, desserts, and vegetables can help break this terrible cycle, the book explains. We also feel more energized when C levels are higher. Other fruits that are high in Vitamin C would be helpful, too, I'm sure. (I love to drink Vitamin Water, myself, because it's not too sweet or carbonated. Dragonfruit and Citrus are my favorites and are high in C.)
According to Arizona State Univ. Carol Johnson, Ph.D. who was also quoted in the article, sugar and Vitamin C fight for the same pathways to the bloodstream. So, if you have enough Vitamin C in your system, the vitamin enters the bloodstream ahead of sugar and lowers the rate that sugar is absorbed so you won't get sugar highs and lows. The Vitamin C will then also lower levels of fat-storage hormones, cravings, and appetite! Goodbye, fat! I can't wait to see how much healthier I feel in a month!
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I liked the very practical aspect of this book and also its simplicity and postive outlook. I already used a more intense version of the lemon juice diet with success, but I like... Read morePublished on March 3, 2014 by leboissard sophie
I enjoy health books such as this book. The lemon juice diet book explains the properties which are embedded in the lemon and the fact that the lemon is alkalizing and has a... Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Jerry C.
This book left a sour taste in my mouth because there is no substance to the book. It might be enough info to fit on the front page of a website but really I didn't think it was a... Read morePublished on April 12, 2011 by knitter