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Our experienced medical professionals put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service, medical experience, and commitment to health and wellness to all our patients. Our goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible.

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 With years of experience, our medical team will assess you and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We understand the importance of educating you on the most effective ways to take care of your body, so that you can heal quickly. 

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Not only will our doctors treat your existing conditions, we also work to prevent pain and illness from occurring. We strive to help you improve your quality of life, achieve your wellness goals, and heal your body to live your best life possible.  

 

I am a Registered Nurse and 10 year Cancer Survivor!

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I stand today Cancer Free and attribute my daily ingestion of raw lemon as the key.

 “I like to start every day with a cup of hot water with a half a teaspoon of Trudy’s Lemon Cure made from freeze-dried whole lemons. I got into the habit while enduring chemo-therapy and it made me feel so much more hydrated in the morning than drinking coffee first thing –  which I now enjoy that a little later in the morning when I have more time to savor it. The natural whole lemon water really stimulates my digestion and makes me feel awesome and detoxed right away!” Trudy Davies-Davis 

About 100% Natural Lemons

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Discover the power of lemon with 10 medically proven results:

  

1. Boost your immune system

2. Antibacterial and antiviral properties

3. Fight fatigue

4. Nobody likes bad breath! 

5. Palate cleanser

6. Balances pH

7. Naturally detoxifying

8. Improves circulation

9: Keeps you regular

10. B Complex Vitamins

I eat lemons…. 

The Amazing Health Benefits Of Raw Lemon Juice

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The origins of the lemon are unclear, but it is commonly thought that they originated in India, China and Burma and then entered Europe via Italy in the 1st Century AD.

But the one thing that we can all agree on, is the natural health benefits of this little yellow superstar.

Raw lemon juice is well known for its antioxidants and anti-cancer properties and has been used for centuries in order to cure many ailments and cleanse the body.

Being rich in Vitamin C, it is also essential for maintaining a fully functional immune system, aiding digestion, fighting cancer, helping wounds to heal faster and can even help to prevent heart failure.

In the 18th Century, The Royal Navy used lemons to fight scurvy (Vitamin C deficiency) and the roman Emperor Nero was reputed to have consumed copious amounts in order to prevent being poisoned by one of his many enemies.

But lemons are not only used for their medicinal qualities and health benefits. Lemon juice is also used in the home in order to disinfect surfaces, remove stains, clean cookers and remove old wax. It can also be used as an insecticide to deter mosquitoes, flies and other insects.

It’s hard to imagine any natural product that contains so many beneficial usages than the humble little lemon. You could say that it’s the Swiss Army Knife of the fruit world!

The Health Benefits

Let’s take a look at a few more of the incredible benefits of fresh lemon juice.

pH Alkaline State – It is vital to maintain a slightly positive alkaline state in order to fight off cancer and other illnesses. Although acidic to taste, lemons are one of the most alkaline of foods and help push our bodies to the required pH alkaline state of around 7.4. See this page for a large list of alkaline forming foods. Please also see the following page for another very good list of alkaline foods. http://rense.com/1.mpicons/acidalka.htm

Blood Purifier – Lemons are a blood purifier and help the body to remove toxins.

Blood Sugar Balance – The acidity of raw lemon juice lowers the impact of any meal on your blood sugar.

Detoxification – Raw lemon juice cleanses the kidneys and the digestive system. It helps the body in the removal of toxins and provides you with a great overall detox.

Weight Loss – The pectin in lemon peel is a great source of fiber that is thought to help overweight people lose weight. Lemons can also be used to bring salads and other dishes to life without adding unnecessary calories.

Osteoporosis – Lemon juice is rich in Vitamin C and helps the body to absorb calcium and fight osteoporosis. Two tablespoons of raw lemon juice diluted in a glass of warm water is good for pregnant women, as it helps build the bones in the unborn child.

Insomnia – in case of insomnia, raw lemon juice helps improve sleep.

Brain and Nerve Food – The potassium found in raw lemon juice helps the brain and nerve cells, improves concentration, memory and calms the mind.

Immune System – Raw lemon juice strengthens the immune system which in turn helps fight many illnesses including cancers.

Infection – When sickness has developed raw lemon juice is an excellent fighter of infection, as it is rich in citric acid.

Cough and Cold – Lemon added to a little hot water with some honey is one of the most effective remedies known for a cough and cold.

Asthma – Having half-teaspoonful of fresh lemon juice, washing it down with luke-warm water before each meal provides quick relief to Asthma. Repeating it as the last dose of the day and starting the day with it also gives very positive results.

Corns – Apply lemon juice a few times a day and see the miraculous results. Bind the corn and leave it overnight and get rid of the trouble soon.

Nausea, Vomiting and Travel Sickness – Take a glass of lemon juice diluted with some water to help with travel sickness and nausea.

Rheumatism, Arthritis and Bone-Related Diseases – As lemons are a rich source of antioxidants, they are an excellent anti-inflammatory. A few glasses of diluted lemon juice is the surest remedy for rheumatic fever, painful joints, lumbago and sciatica.

Acne, Spots and Pimples – Applying raw lemon juice to the face is a popular remedy for acne and pimples.

Hair – The external use of raw lemon juice makes hair shinier and stronger.

Low Vitality – People suffering from low vitality should have lemon and honey mixed water for an immediate cure.

Radiation – As lemon juice is excellent at cleansing the blood and removing toxins, it is a great way of removing radiation from the body. If you have had Chemotherapy, regular lemon juice drinks can help rid the body of any remaining radiation.

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1. Boost your immune system: Their high antioxidant content in the form of Vitamin C can boost your immune system and regular consumption can help prevent, or speed up your recovery from a cold. Vitamin C neutralizes free radicals, those inflammatory substances in the body that can damage cells.

2. Antibacterial and antiviral properties: citric acid’s low pH breaks down the cell membrane of many harmful bacterial strains.

3. Fight fatigue: lemon oil can stimulate brain activity. Add some fresh lemon to your water and sip throughout the day.

4. Nobody likes bad breath! Lemon juice is a great oral cleanser and will leave you with a fresh taste and smell.

5. Palate cleanser: having a bit of water with lemon between courses or flavors will cleanse your palate more than just sipping plain water.

6. Balances pH: lemons will help alkalize your body. Though you may think of lemons/citrus as an acidic food, the citric acid in lemons doesn’t create acidity once it is metabolized by your body.(read more about alkaline acid balance here)

7. Naturally detoxifying: lemons dissolve uric acid and other toxins in the liver. Their high potassium content combats symptoms like constipation, headaches and appetite loss.

8. Improves circulation: Vitamin P (bioflavenoids that help Vitamin C perform its function) found in lemons is known to strengthen the blood vessels.

9: Keeps you regular: lemon juice stimulates the liver to produce bile, which is an essential fat emulsifier (break down) stored in the gallbladder, and released into the small intestine in response to stimulation by fatty food. This essential function keeps everything moving on schedule.

10. B Complex Vitamins: lemons are a good source of pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, and folates – essential B vitamins that the body doesn’t produce on its own.

I eat lemons….
“I like to start every day with a cup of hot water with a half a teaspoon of Trudy’s Lemon Cure made from freeze-dried whole lemons. I got into the habit while enduring chemo-therapy and it made me feel so much more hydrated in the morning than drinking coffee first thing –  which I now enjoy that a little later in the morning when I have more time to savor it. The natural whole lemon water really stimulates my digestion and makes me feel awesome and detoxed right away!” Trudy Davies-Davis

What Is the Benefit of Eating Whole, Fresh Lemons?

Lemons are low in calories and supply plenty of fiber.

The tartness of fresh lemons lends flavor to a glass of iced tea or a tray of lemon bars, but the fruit has numerous health benefits that make it a nutritious addition to your diet. One medium-sized, whole lemon contains just 24 calories and no fat. In addition to healthy doses of iron and potassium, lemons also supply significant amounts of fiber and vitamin C.

Fiber

Though you need between 20 and 38 grams of fiber per day, the average person's diet falls short of that goal. Getting enough fiber is a healthy way to boost your digestive health so that you're less likely to become constipated or develop hemorrhoids. When you include enough fiber in your diet, you're also less likely to develop heart disease and diabetes. A medium-sized, whole, fresh lemon contains 2.5 grams of dietary fiber.

Vitamin C

With 45 milligrams of vitamin C, a whole, fresh lemon supplies more than half of the 75 milligrams of this nutrient that women need each day and half of the 90 milligrams men need. Vitamin C plays a major role in the health of your immune system and helps prevent infections as well. You also need vitamin C to support healthy skin, teeth, gums and blood vessels.

Cancer

The compounds in lemons can help protect your health. A 2014 study published in BioMed Research International found that essential oils in citrus fruit, such as lemons, can help protect against certain types of cancer. Limonoids are organic substances in citrus fruits that help determine their bitterness or sweetness. The compounds work by protecting your cells from damage that can lead to the formation of cancer. A 2013 article published in the academic journal Food & Function notes that limonoids have anti-proliferative and anti-aromatase properties in human breast cancer cells.


Tip

Squeeze a wedge of lemon into a glass of iced tea or water to add a small amount of vitamin C and a burst of flavor. Replace traditional salad dressing on a tossed salad with fresh lemon juice as a nutritious way to reduce your intake of saturated fat, calories and sodium. Add chopped lemon segments to a fruit salad or use the juice of a whole lemon in a marinade recipe.

http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/benefit-eating-whole-fresh-lemons-4390.html

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