Home-made Lemonade Without Sugar Recipe

Weight loss recipe – Home made Lemonade Without Sugar

Making home-made lemonade without sugar is not only easy, its healthier, and it forms a fantastic base for herb drinks that can be used to boost metabolism, aid weight loss, and even help you sleep.

Lemon has many health benefits on its own too. Lemon is believed to:

  • Alkalise the body
  • Rich in Vitamin C
  • Stimulates the Liver
  • Cleanses the bowel
  • Fights Ageing
  • Fights Cancer
  • Strengthens blood vessels
  • Increases “full” sensation – thus reducing food cravings

Lemon is a powerful fat busting ingredient, but it is not the only food that can boost your weight loss. We have a free guide which you can download now that will teach you how to use over 30 fat busting ingredients to boost your weight loss.

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Ingredients:

  • 8 cups of water
  • 1/4 cup of lemon juice
  • Lemonade without sugar recipe

    Lemonade without sugar recipe

    Stevia natural sweetener to taste

Directions:

Dissolve the sweetener in a cup of hot water and ensure it is completely dissolved.

Add the rest of the water and lemon juice and stir well.

Serve chilled with ice cubes.

Uses:

Use as a refreshing drink during the day to keep the colon and bowel healthy. To fight food cravings. This home-made lemonade without sugar is great for drinking whilst on a weight loss program to aid in and promote weight loss. The lemonade also makes the perfect base for the ginger weight loss remedy. To read the ginger weight loss recipe click here.

Weight loss can be maximised using natural ingredients like lemon, ginger, cinnamon, cayenne Рto name a few. Most of these herbs, if not all Рare allowed on most weight loss programs. These herbs can boost metabolism, curb food cravings, aid in fat digestion and even aid in decreasing fat so why not empower your weight loss aims by harnessing  the power of mother nature.

Note: This is NOT part of the cachexit diet recipes.

 

 

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