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Mix Tea With Lemon Juice And Increase Health Benefits

Green tea is a popular drink but the problem is that it extract benefits may be considerably increased if you include lemon juice to it.

As nutritionists say food combination can positively or negatively affect a person's physical health. People in discomfort with heartburn following a buffet may blame the large amount of food, but in many occasions poor food mixing is the contributing reason.

Fruits in general are very easily digested . Melons are about 90 percent water meaning they digest faster. If the digestive function is delayed resulting from mixing with other food, fermentation occurs in the stomach possibly causing excessive gas, indigestion , upset stomach and acid reflux. On the other hand, certain food combinations improve the health benefits by supporting the absorption function. For exemple the combination of olives and tomatoes: Tomatoes are reported to be a good provider of Lycopene.

Fight against cancer and heart diseases is a few of the common health rewards of Lycopene. Health advantages are upgraded when tomatoes are ingested at the same time with olives. Absorption process of Lycopene is accelerated by olives. How about tea and lemon?

Some well-known green tea benefits are weight loss, cancer prevention, healthy heart, digestive aid and diabetes prevention. Due to green tea's antioxidant called catechins the benefits are achievable. Despite the many benefits of catechins, studies have shown that these antioxidants are unstable inside the human intestines following digestion allowing only about 20 percent of them for absorption.

Vitamin C is on of acidic environment providers for catechins in the human intestines. This allows catechins to be more available for absorption. Actually it does not need to be lemon. Any citrus juice like orange, lime or grapefruit will help with the absorption function. However lemon seems to be the most effective of all implying that additional components of lemon are possibly contributing to the catechins availability.
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