According to his ancient Indian healing methods, the morning drink should consist of half a teaspoon of ginger, half a teaspoon of honey and half a tablespoon of lemon juice. “The purpose of this is to expel the toxins that are building up in our gut area,” he says. “The ginger acts as a scraper, the lemon acts as a flusher and honey acts as a binder.
The sweet potato would work, but you need more protein in the morning, and carbs later in the day. Mine do smoked salmon, eggs, bacon, avocado, coconut, and leftover meat from dinner in the mornings. Butter is a garnish on nearly everything; they love it.
That will counteract the lemon. I imagine drinking soda, especially something like Diet Coke w/ lemon, is going to be far worse for your teeth than warm water with lemon.
I did change my diet a lot, a lot of fruit and veggies etc. I have been taking a multi-vitamin women over 50 one a day, 600mg calcium w/ D twice a day, gummy vitamin D-3, plus bayer low dose aspirin. I’ve been walking at least twice a day and just added 1 1/2 lb.
So my advice is that you must drink lots of water during the day so that the toxic can be “flush” out. Why not drink the lemon water through a straw? This would eliminate the concern over your teeth. You are suppossed to use 1/8 of a lemon or a wedge.
For me, it seemed to work fantastically. I didn’t change any other aspect of my diet or lifestyle, so I believe it is the lemon that did the trick. I’d want to see data from a larger cohort study before asserting this as a canker sore/ mouth ulcer treatment, certainly.
I went to the dentist today after starting lemon-in-hot/lukewarm-water about 6 weeks ago. They said the amount I was drinking (approx. 12 oz) was fine and I shouldn’t worry about tooth decay.
Does that mean that it’s ok to sweeten the Bulletproof Coffee with xylitol? I’m not sure I could face unsweetened coffee. Hello, a Swedish nutritionist and famous low-carber claims that drinking your coffee leads to leptine resistance (or at least affects one’s leptin negative). She claims that eating more than 70 grams of fat in one meal does that, since it’s not natural for humans (she argues).