Freezing your lemons is the best thing you can do with all the lemons in your fridge.
This citrus fruit is packed with numerous health benefits, and most of the powerful compounds are hidden in the skin.
Well, if you use lemons for your homemade juices, you’re definitely losing most of its mighty nutrients.
Try to find a way that will help you use lemon peel. If you decide to use the bitter-zesty skin, you get 5-10 more nutrients.
Lemons are rich in vitamins A, B6, C, and E, folate, calcium, copper, iron, zinc, magnesium, potassium, protein, riboflavin, niacin thiamin, and phosphorus.
Flavonoids and limonoids strengthen cells, which aids in cancer treatment and prevention.
Lemons destroy cancer cells, prevent diabetes, regulate blood pressure, soothe acid reflux, treat fever, and reduce weight. Citric acid destroys germs and microorganisms.
Some like to use lemons to cleanse and brighten skin.
Whole lemons contain 22 anticancer agents, including:
- Citrus pectin
- Flavonol glycosides
- Vitamin C
Freeze your lemons before using them. Wash, pat dry, and seal in freezer packs.
It’s much easier to grate frozen lemons, and you get its peel and all.
All you have to do is cut off the ends, and start grating.
Get your grated lemons in the freezer again, and use them whenever needed.
Your body will be more than grateful!