Heres Why You Should Have A Spoonful Of Olive Oil and Lemon Everyday

Did you know that mixing two simple ingredients
like olive oil and lemon can do wonders for your health? It’s been used for centuries, and it’s
one that can definitely benefit everyone who tries it. Take a look at the video. Combats constipation
This simple mixture helps rid our body of toxins, purifying it in the process. It jumpstarts the liver and gallbladder, while
getting the wheels of our digestive system properly lubricated. So, it effectively helps us get rid of those
things that our body naturally wants to get rid of. Protects the heart
Olive oil contains fatty acids that flush the body of surplus cholesterol. That allows our blood to flow more freely. If you add Vitamin C, in the form of lemon
to olive oil, you’ve got two powerful agents with anti-inflammatory properties. It’s not only good for adults but kids too! Fights joint pain
Fighting joint pain means fighting inflammation. Using olive oil and lemon together every morning,
before breakfast, will allow you to reduce swelling in your joints and help relive the
pain of rheumatism and arthritis. Improves digestive health
If you feel sluggish, swollen, and bloated, your body may be trying to tell you something. You could be toxic from a poor diet and lack
of exercise. Your body’s digestive and elimination systems
probably aren’t working as well as they should, and you might be suffering from problems
with the liver and gallbladder. Try a tablespoon of olive oil and lemon, first
thing in the morning to combat these symptoms. You may or may not tolerate it well, so start
slow and see how you feel. It’s time to detoxify! Three drops of lemon juice with a teaspoon
of extra-virgin olive oil, 30 minutes before breakfast may be exactly what you need to
feel better. Use room temperature ingredients and mix them


  1. Is it a teaspoon or a tablespoon? The 1st statement says a tablespoon of olive oil and lemon juice with no measurements as to how much of each to use to make up that tablespoon. The other ststement with a quantity says a teaspoon and for the lemon juice 3 drops so you use oil to make up the rest of that teaspoon. That leads back to the original question-Are you taking a teaspoon or a tablespoon? Both measurements are given in your details. Thx for clarifying.

  2. A friend we have has been telling us to take olive oil plus lemon juice for our joint pain. We haven't tried yet but this is a good reminder to try it! Thanks for this timely tip.

  3. Is the juice of one lemon or lime mixed with one tablespoon of olive oil, with one teaspoon of this mixture taken each morning ok?

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