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There are many misconceptions in the realm of health. One particular misconception is lemon water harming our teeth. But the truth is there are millions upon millions of people sitting in dentists’ chairs getting teeth drillings, root canals, fillings, crowns, implants, bridges, veneers and more, and lemons were not the top focus of their diet. When someone has teeth problems, their dentist or health practitioner will often enquire upon lemon consumption and most likely ignores a coffee and vinegar consumption, and other food or beverages that actually do damage teeth. Medical Medium information made the connection that if done properly, lemon water performs a cleansing and flushing action, purging toxins out of the liver and up the bile duct into the intestinal tract. This is now a beneficial practice that millions are adopting around the world. While critics are creating fear-mongering around lemon water as they continue to recommend their trendy traps that actually damage teeth, those who incorporate lemon water into their daily regimen are cleansing their livers and healing. You don’t want to miss this enlightening episode, so fasten your seatbelts and expand your knowledge about the power of lemon water.
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This item posted: 05-Jul-2022
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