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Weight Loss Wednesday: Warm Detox Drink

April 28, 2016

It all started for the love of lemon water. My cousin, Lala, has put me on some pretty healthy stuff that have become part of my lifestyle regime. I created healthy habits based on our research for things such as my cinnamon supplements—to help with my PCOS—and, my dear friend, lemon water.

 

I replaced coffee in the morning with a mug of warm lemon water. This was detoxifying for my body and extremely beneficial for my metabolism. I would drink it before putting anything in my stomach, even before water. After some time, I got bored of it. That’s when I came up with my Warm Detox Drink. It has the love of lemon water with a little bit more added nutritional benefit.

 

 

Cinnamon

 

I spiced up my Warm Detox Drink with one of my all-time favorite spices, cinnamon! I am a total fanatic of adding cinnamon to everything sweet. Sometimes I even add some to my savory dishes. Try it sometime, it’s amazing! Plus, for added sweetness, we added some raw local honey. Mmm, good.

 

Studies have shown that if you eat half a teaspoon of cinnamon each day in your foods, you could regulate your cholesterol. Cinnamon is also used as cancer prevention and known to reduce the proliferation of cancer cells. Cinnamon is a wonderful source of manganese, fiber, and calcium for your everyday nutritional intake. Adding a bit of this wonderful spice to your everyday life is known to improve cognitive function and memory. It protects your gut and intestines from any possible bacterial growth.

 

Some scientists believe that cinnamon is a great E. coli fighter in all aspects, more specifically in unpasteurized liquids and food. Cinnamon has worked wonders in my life to reduce my blood sugar levels. I can attribute the healing of my reproductive system to the dedicated intake of cinnamon on a daily basis. Thank You, Jesus! I have read miraculous counts of how cinnamon healed arthritis in different parts of the body. With just the half teaspoon of this miracle spice added to your warm lemon water, your defenses and immune system will be stronger than ever. That’s why I swear by my Warm Detox Drink.

 

 

Raw Honey

 

When it comes to raw honey—as I always say, preferably local—there are so many health benefits. Honey is a humectant, allowing the skin to retain moisture and restore cells. It is also antimicrobial and antibacterial. Whether you eat it or apply it to the skin directly, it can prevent bacterial growth and heal wounds, cuts, burns, blemishes, abrasions, etc. Just like cinnamon, honey can help lower cholesterol and help manage obesity.

 

Many people use raw honey to treat their skin from previous damage, since it is known to regenerate skin cells. With so many anti-fungal properties, honey can cure infections. The natural antioxidants deeply penetrate the body and cleanses of all impurities. Some report that honey helps fight acne. Chalk full of magnesium, copper, iodine, zinc, sulfur, iron, phosphate, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine and tons of vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C.

 

Honey accelerates the metabolism. The ingestion of local honey pushes the body to burn fat faster and more effectively. As the wonderful expectorant, honey can soothe the respiratory tract. Honey turns into pure energy the moment it enters the body. It boosts your workout by creating more endurance and it reduces muscle fatigue in the after effect.

 

Still obsessed with coffee but tired of lemon water? With the combination of lemon, cinnamon and honey, our homemade Warm Detox Drink is better than both. Kick your body’s butt into gear in the morning with a tall glass of this great stuff.

 

XO

 

Warm Detox Drink

 

With the combination of lemon, cinnamon and honey, our homemade Warm Detox Drink will kick your body into gear.

 

 

Prep time:  2 mins

Cook time:  3 mins

Total time:  5 mins

Yields: 18 oz

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients

  • 16 oz water, warmed

  • 2 lemons, juiced

  • 2 tsp cinnamon

  • 2 tbsp raw honey

 

Instructions

  1. Warm up your water.

  2. Juice lemons.

  3. Add lemon juice, cinnamon and honey to a mason jar. Shake until fully combined.

  4. Serve into two mugs.

  5. Drink up!

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