You’ve probably heard good things about lemons, and likewise, turmeric. Have you ever thought about their combined effects? There is some research that indicates a combination of lemon water and turmeric can have beneficial effects for your health. As it is, lemons are nutritional powerhouses, because they contain antioxidants, Vitamins B and C, iron, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, as well as important enzymes and fibers. When mixed with lemon water, turmeric can add to these benefits by providing additional fiber, potassium, and vitamins. If you’re not quite convinced, try reading these seven specific benefits from drinking lemon water with turmeric.
Consumption of turmeric with lemon water on a daily basis can improve digestive health. This happens for a number of reasons. Perhaps most importantly, both lemons and turmeric contain appreciable levels of fiber, which help to significantly improve the function of the digestive system by making it easier to expel waste products. Additionally, servings of turmeric can help further by activating the gallbladder, while preventing inflammation and reducing bloat and gas in the digestive system. Lemons contribute by cutting down on infection, which deals with potential causes of inflammation, and provides additional moisture, which can help to flush the system.
There is early research that suggests turmeric can be quite helpful for the health of your skin. These benefits are thought to be gained regardless of if you apply the turmeric topically or choose to take it orally. Either way, the turmeric, or more accurately, the curcumin (the key ingredient in turmeric) is thought to help remove skin blemishes and acne. Also, consider the fact that the vitamin and mineral content in a mixture of lemon and turmeric in warm water serves to hydrate the skin and improve many of its critical functions, such as keeping harmful foreign bodies out.