How to make a toddler to behave

Published September 16, 2014 by by : teacherdahl


Each child is different, but sometimes, there are tricks that work better than others. Here are some discipline strategies other Pinay moms and I used that might work for you too.

1. Do not give in
My daughter could scream like a pig being slaughtered, but I would steadily chant in my head, “Be strong. Be strong. Be strong.” The moment she cried to get something, we took it away. We didn’t want her to equate the tantrum with getting her way.
Treena Ongking realized the same thing when her toddler Carlo would not pack away. She stopped doing it for him and told him he couldn’t take out more toys until his toys were stored. “It didn’t work at first,” she says. “I’d have to run and block Carlo from opening the cabinet. I encountered lots of tears. And there was a time when my husband came home from work to find wooden blocks and alphabet magnets all over. I told him that he shouldn’t pick up any of the toys because Carlo, by this time, had figured out that if he stalled long enough, his papa would end up tidying the mess.”

2. Distract your toddler
When Michelle Aujero-Trenfield’s daughter would misbehave, she tried to reason with her, but learned that it didn’t work. “So the strategy I employed was distraction,” she says. “She used to really enjoy pulling our beagle’s tail. So whenever she would do it, I would say ‘no’ in a stern voice and distract her with another activity like running around or playing ball. When she did have meltdowns, either her dad or I would just give her a cuddle and try and distract her.”

3. Save the talk for when they are calm
“In the heat of the moment, reasoning will not work,” says Tricel de Guzman. “Instead, I leave my daughter in her room for a moment, telling her that I will wait until she’s calm and ready. When she has calmed down, that’s the time I talk to her.”

4. Get away from the crowd
When your toddler is acting up, an audience will be your downfall. I learned early on that I needed to get away from the scene of the crime and take my toddler some place quiet where she could finish her tantrum in peace—away from judging eyes.

5. Model proper behavior
“I find that the best way to correct behavior is to model it to your child,” says Michelle. “My daughter says please and thank you a lot, but it always frustrated me that she never said (or wanted to say!) sorry. Then we realized that it was because we hardly said it. So my husband and I started saying sorry and before long, she started doing it as well.”

6. Be consistent
Tricel says no matter how tempting it is to “let this one slide,” the behavior you are trying to instill will not become a habit if your child thinks you aren’t serious about your rules. So grit your teeth and stay consistent!

7. Reward good behavior and give consequences for undesirable ones
“As we all know, toddlers take forever to eat,” says Mitzi Benares-Nguyen. “I eventually came up with this rule: No snacks for the rest of the day if you don’t finish your lunch, and for dinner, no prize. This prize is usually a small cookie or anything sweet (chocolates are not allowed at night). So far, so good. When they complain about not wanting to finish their food, I remind them of my rules, then they stuff their mouths with a big subo.”

8. Turn it into a game!
Packing away doesn’t have to be a chore. You can sing a pack away song or you can put a basketball hoop above a hamper or toy container and have them shoot their toys and clothes in. You just need a little more creativity, but in the end, you’ll be less stressed and will face less tears.

So, parents, what discipline strategies work for you?

from : Yahoo she

The Allure Of Married Women : Know their Descriptions

Published September 10, 2014 by by : teacherdahl

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If the human race has one fatal flaw, it may be an attraction to that which we cannot have.Look at the classic example of Adam and Eve with the snake and the apple.
The term “forbidden fruit” comes from that tragic tale of innocence lost. Ever since that fateful moment, it has been one submission to unlawful temptation after another. The compulsion to covet that which we have no claim to is a potent force few can deny.
Why oh why do we as men in particular, capitulate in the face of illicit desire? We want to be moral and pious and good, but we have more fun when we “sin.”
I do advocate monogamy, for one reason and one reason alone: I believe in the power of a promise. A commitment deserves respect in any facet of life, but no more so than in a relationship.
To be a free agent and sleep around (with available single women, of course) is one thing. So long as you are safe and state your genuine intention, you have been upfront and can go about your business without a trace of guilt. A secret to a happy life is to never have anything to hide and as often as possible, remain bound to an honest set of principles. That of course, rules out a liaison with a married woman.
Ah yes, the married woman. That manifestation of sweet, sweet forbidden fruit: so unattainable and yet so very enticing to so many men. Whether the wife of a good friend, a casual acquaintance or a co-worker, some of us cannot help but become drawn in by a woman with a ring on her finger.
For some of you, the allure of a woman in a committed relationship is magnetic.

  • To sleep with her,
  • To have her want you and
  • maybe even fall in love with you, is a perverted sense of accomplishment and personal triumph.
    But I can assure you that the ego rush we get when we have an affair with an attached woman is not worth it.

On to the variety of married women out there…
No matter how hard they push, flirt or tease, avoid them like a drug because once you get one hit, you may never recover. Here are some classic types to either look out for or never, ever approach, no matter how tempting:


  • The Prowler: The profile here is of a woman stuck in a marriage of convenience (or in her case, in convenience). She either went through with it for money, social status or overall security and now the girl wants to get her freak on with any man who pays attention to her. Beware of her advances. Much like The Cougar, or older woman at her sexual peak on the chase for young male flesh, The Prowler is a jungle predator who will consume you and spit you out. But at the end of the day, you can never have her or control her. She can never fathom the idea of divorce and has no sincere interest in you. Be the better man and say “no.”

    thrill seeker

  • The Thrill-Seeker: She is not a proactive hunter like The Prowler but she has a similar desire for mischief. Either a bored housewife or a corporate-type under stress, she is sick of her marriage routine and is in need of an outlet to vent. But rather than take a vacation or consider a new hobby, she has a boy toy side order in mind. The problem is that she does not present an overt sign of arousal or interest. So the consequences for you are much more dire, because unlike The Prowler, the initiative here is on you.
    thrill seeker 2Her game is to seduce you with innuendo and the odd physical advance, like a stroke of the arm. The goal is to have you make the first move and “lure” her into an affair. But of course, she is the player here and you my friend, have just dug a major hole.

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  • The Young Wife: She is the ingénue, innocent and naïve, unaware of the real nature of your interest in her. The Young Wife went into marriage before she had a chance to experience life. She loves her husband and is devoted, dutiful and honest as can be. But she wonders what else is out there and now that the honeymoon period of her marriage has passed, she has to face reality. 

    young wife 2Being the astute human observer you are, you sense her insecurity and under the guise of genuine concern, seek to exploit her vulnerable state. One psychotherapy session and bottle of wine later, and you have her where you want her: on the couch and naked. But rather than take advantage of her, you have her dress, take her home to her husband — a good man — and advise her to concentrate on her marriage. Right?

We’re not done just yet, here’s the worst of them…

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  • The Neglected, Lonely Wife: A head case if ever there was one; every man has had an encounter with a woman like this. Her marriage has gone south and her husband no longer has the time or inclination to invest in her or their relationship. Because her entire identity has been wrapped around her husband and the marriage, she is a mess and her sense of self-worth has gone south. Maybe the husband is having an affair or maybe he has abandoned her emotionally. The point is that she has a good case for a hefty divorce settlement. But that is not in her plan at the moment. Her marriage was an accomplishment and to admit defeat now is akin to a total personal collapse and failure. What would her friends and family say? There may be children to consider. Everyone in her circle is associated with her husband and so she seeks an outsider for comfort. But rather than a marriage counselor, she runs to another man. You. And the result is that you become her lover, shrink and new husband by default. Not a pretty picture is it? Be afraid men, be very afraid.

  • Reminder : These are not marriage material
    Rather than pigeonhole the entire demographic of committed women out there, let us say that these are four classic personas to beware of. There are others and of course, every potential affair has a special set of circumstances. For some of you, a tryst may represent a pure moment of weakness, perhaps with the benefit of alcohol or some other choice stimulant.
    On the other side of the coin, an affair may be a serious relationship of the heart. The distinction between the two however, is zero. A woman in marriage is the same, regardless if her husband is abusive, a lout, a lazy, impotent bastard, or a complete loser. Be her friend, be her confidante if you wish, but for the love of God, do not take it to the next level.
    The chance of a positive outcome is so very slim. Forbidden fruit may taste sweet but the result can be pure poison.

Source : ask


How to Clean the Floors in your Home

Published September 7, 2014 by by : teacherdahl

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Floors can be made from many different materials, and all need specific cleaning methods and products. Read on how to clean your floor here!

Caring for Hardwood Floors

tiled wood floor

How to Clean Laminate Floors

You may also be wondering about how to clean laminate floors. Laminate is a synthetic tile often used to simulate stone, wood or other natural materials. Laminate floors are often made of durable synthetic materials that are easy to care for. You can clean laminate floor with traditional tile cleaner, but it is important to keep laminate floor fairly dry, as too much water will cause the tiles to warp or swell.

1. Get on a Schedule
In order to keep hardwood floors looking their best, the following cleaning and maintenance schedule is recommended.

  • Daily: Sweep up dirt and wipe up spills.
  • Weekly: Clean using a product approved for your specific hardwood floor.
  • Use the Right Cleaner
  • Hardwood Flooring Care
    Whenever possible, get cleaner recommendations and care instructions from your flooring retailer or manufacturer. Some manufacturers even produce their own brand of floor cleaner. For example, Shaw Floors makes an R2X Hard Surfaces Flooring Cleaner that removes dirt, grease and other signs of daily wear from hardwood floors.

When selecting a cleaning product, avoid using the following materials to clean your hardwood floors:

  • Water: Surprisingly, you shouldn’t clean your hardwood floors with water. Water and wood don’t mix, because moisture can damage wood over the longer term.
  • Silicone, ammonia or undiluted vinegar: These products can damage your floor’s finish.
  • Products that contain oil soaps, liquid or paste wax: These cleaners leave a residue on your hardwood.
  • Products that contain citrus, lemon or tung oil: These products can eat away at the floor’s finish.
    Use the cleaner at least once a week after you’ve swept up loose dirt. Be sure to spray on the cleaner evenly and never pour it directly on the floor. Use a mop with a terry cloth or micro-fiber pad. Again, read the label of any new product carefully before using it on your floor.

2. Use the Right Tools

Sweep your floors regularly to keep dirt from building up and causing scratches. Use a broom with polypropylene or acrylic bristles. You can also vacuum with a bare-floor attachment with a brush or felt-type head

  • Some experts say vacuuming picks up the most debris, but the choice of tool is really a matter of personal preference. Make sure the wheels of a vacuum or other tool are free of debris or sharp edges. Soft cloths are perfect for picking up spills. Clean up sticky substances with a damp cloth and be sure to dry the area immediately.
  • Never use a steam cleaner on hardwood; it can warp the floorboards. Hard-bristled brooms scratch hardwood, and vacuums with rotating brushes can make dents in the floor.

3. Prevent Damage

Some manufacturers offer hardwood flooring that is resistant to scratches and other imperfections. Shaw Floors offers ScufResist Platinum, a hardwood floor finish that resists scuffs six-times better than the competition. However, hardwood floors are susceptible to damage, and prevention helps protect them. Put rugs in high-traffic areas, use entry mats at doorways to reduce wear and place felt pads on the feet of furniture to minimize scrapes and gouges. Placing entry mats at doorways is one of the most important things you can do to protect your floors. Blinds or curtains prevent the sun from bleaching out areas of your floor. If you have a dog, keep its nails trimmed, so they don’t scratch up the floor. If you have indoor-outdoor pets, keep their paws free of dirt, gravel, grease and oil.

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How to Clean Granite Floors

Granite lends itself to a more sophisticated look, but it can be easily scratched if not properly cared for:

• Consider investing in special granite cleaner, as traditional household cleaners may leave your granite tiles spotty or streaked.

• Apply your granite cleaner (found at your local hardware store) to the tiles and use a cloth to wipe away the moisture, using in a circular motion.

Never use a rough cloth on granite floors, as this will leave scratches.

• Consider applying a sealer to prevent future stains and blemishes.


How to Clean Terracotta Floors

Terracotta is an ideal floor choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and other rooms that get a lot of footfall. Though terracotta does not show spills easily, it can collect a lot of dirt. Clean terracotta floors by:

• First sweeping away any dust and debris.

• Then mop the floors with a terracotta floor cleaner (found at your local hardware store).

• Mop in an up- and downward motion, in order to remove any dust or dirt stuck in the tile.

• For particularly stubborn dirt stains, use a scrubbing brush in a circular motion.


source Cleanipedia


Seven (7) Foods That Can Trigger Acne

Published September 2, 2014 by by : teacherdahl


If you’re prone to acne, baguettes, croissants, and all that other good stuff may make the situation worse. “Wheat causes inflammation,” Lipman says. “And to get rid of acne, you want to reduce inflammation in your body.” Yap Tan points out that many commercially produced breads also have sugar, soybean oil, and dairy: “You could eat an English muffin and unknowingly consume three big triggers: dairy, soy, and sugar.”




As if we needed another reason to give up the white stuff. “Sugar can absolutely cause breakouts, because it’s pro-inflammatory,” Lipman confirms. “Acne is considered an inflammatory condition, and someone with acne-prone skin should follow an anti-inflammatory diet.”

That doesn’t mean you have to give up sweetness for good, though. Lipman recommends eating fruit (not fruit juice) and, if you must have sweetener, choose small amounts of stevia, raw honey, or maple syrup.


A cup of joe can wake you up, but it can worsen a breakout, too. “There’s an organic acid inside coffee beans that raises cortisol levels,” Yap Tan says. Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, can act like an androgen, simultaneously stimulating sebaceous glands and inflammation. Switching to decaf won’t do anything, since caffeine isn’t the trigger; your best bet, says Yap Tan, is to replace coffee with tea or yerba mate.


Bad news, dairy queens: milk actually doesn’t do a complexion good. Because of recent research on diet and acne, the American Academy of Dermatology now says there may be a link between milk consumption and breakouts.

Blame the hormones in dairy, says Dr. Frank Lipman,  an integrative and functional medicine physician and the founder of Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City. “Dairy causes spikes in certain pimple-producing hormones,” he explains. “I encourage patients to have almond milk, rice milk, coconut milk, or hemp milk instead of cow’s milk.”

If you break out around the mouth and along your jawline, tofu and other soy foods could be to blame. And it’s all due to the natural plant estrogens found in soybeans. “Phytoestrogens mimic natural estrogen levels, and that throws off our hormones,” says esthetician Kimberly Yap Tan, founder of Skin Salvation, an acne clinic in San Francisco. Soy derivatives show up in everything from veggie burgers to energy bars, so read labels carefully.

Peanuts contain an androgen, which can make acne worse by increasing sebum production. “Peanuts will generally make people more oily,” Yap Tan notes. “I’ve had clients with white pustules around the nose, and it turned out they were eating more peanut butter than usual.” Acne-safe alternatives to peanuts include other nuts such as almonds and cashews, which don’t affect androgen levels.

coco oilCoconut oil
“A lot of people are shocked to hear about this one,” Yap Tan says of this comedogenic oil. “But not only does coconut oil clog pores around the mouth, it also creates a stubborn kind of inflammation—usually on the cheeks and along the jawline.” That goes for coconut oil that’s applied topically or ingested with food, so check your pantry along with your medicine cabinet.

So, what should you eat?

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Both Yap Tan and Lipman advocate swapping processed foods for natural ones. “Sticking to fresh, whole foods like protein, vegetables, healthy fats, and gluten-free grains is the way to go,” Lipman says. And in time, even certain acne-triggering foods may find their way back into your diet—without sending you to breakout town.

“Each person is different, and everyone has a different threshold with these foods,” Yap Tan says. “We don’t want to tell people they can’t eat these foods for the rest of their lives, but without eliminating them, we can’t find out what’s triggering the acne.”

source : Yahoo-She

Coping With Exam Stress

Published August 23, 2014 by by : teacherdahl


As the examination period approaches, you may feel the pressure of the exams getting to you. This is not surprising — in fact it is quite normal to feel some anxiety about exams. Most people find that a bit of pressure spurs us on and enables us to get down and do some serious work.

General Exam Stress-Busting Tips:

  • Believe in yourself
    You wouldn’t have been given a place on the course if you didn’t have the ability to do it. Therefore, if you prepare for the exams properly you should do fine, meaning that there is no need to worry excessively.
  • Don’t try to be perfect
    It’s great to succeed and reach for the stars. But keep things in balance. If you think that “anything less than A+ means I’ve failed” then you are creating mountains of unnecessary stress for yourself. Aim to do your best but recognise that none of us can be perfect all of the time.
  • Take steps to overcome problems
    If you find you don’t understand some of your course material, getting stressed out won’t help. Instead, take action to address the problem directly by seeing your course tutor or getting help from your class mates.
  • Don’t keep things bottled up
    Confiding in someone you trust and who will be supportive is a great way of alleviating stress and worry.
  • Keep things in perspective
    The exams might seem like the most crucial thing right now, but in the grander scheme of your whole life they are only a small part.

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Overcoming test anxiety:  General preparation

  • Building confidence

Review your personal situation and skills
Academic counselors can help you in these areas, or refer to our Guides on the topic:

  • Developing good study habits and strategies (a link to our directory)
  • Managing time
    (dealing with procrastination, distractions, laziness)
  • Organizing material to be studied and learned
  • Take a step by step approach to build a strategy and not get overwhelmed
    Outside pressures  success/failure consequences (grades, graduation), peer pressure, competitiveness, etc.
  • Reviewing your past performance on tests  to improve and learn from experience

Test preparation to reduce anxiety:  Approach the exam with confidence

  • Use whatever strategies you can to personalize success: visualization, logic, talking to your self, practice, team work, journaling, etc.
  • View the exam as an opportunity to show how much you’ve studied and to receive a reward for the studying you’ve done
  • Be prepared!
  • Learn your material thoroughly and organize what materials you will need for the test. Use a checklist
  • Choose a comfortable location for taking the test with good lighting and minimal distractions
  • Allow yourself plenty of time, especially to do things you need to do before the test and still get there a little early
  • Avoid thinking you need to cram just before
  • Strive for a relaxed state of concentration
  • Avoid speaking with any fellow students who have not prepared, who express negativity, who will distract your preparation
  • A program of exercise is said to sharpen the mind

Get a good night’s sleep the night before the exam

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Don’t go to the exam with an empty stomach

  • fresh fruits and vegetables are often recommended to reduce stress.
  • Stressful foods can include processed foods, artificial sweeteners, carbonated soft drinks, chocolate, eggs, fried foods, junk foods, pork, red meat, sugar, white flour products, chips and similar snack foods, foods containing preservatives or heavy spices


  • Take a small snack, or some other nourishment
  • to help take your mind off of your anxiety.
  • Avoid high sugar content (candy) which may aggravate your condition

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During the test:

  • Read the directions carefully
  • Budget your test taking time
  • Change positions to help you relax
  • If you go blank, skip the question and go on
  • If you’re taking an essay test
  • and you go blank on the whole test, pick a question and start writing. It may trigger the answer in your mind

Don’t panic    when students start handing in their papers. There’s no reward for finishing first

Use relaxation techniques
If you find yourself tensing and getting anxious during the test:

  • Relax; you are in control.
  • Take slow, deep breaths
  • Don’t think about the fear
  • Pause: think about the next step and keep on task, step by step
  • Use positive reinforcement for yourself:
  • Acknowledge that you have done, and are doing, your best

Expect some anxiety

  • It’s a reminder that you want to do your best and can provide energy
  • Just keep it manageable
  • Realize that anxiety can be a “habit”
  • and that it takes practice to use it as a tool to succeed

After the test, review how you did

  • List what worked, and hold onto these strategies
  • It does not matter how small the items are: they are building blocks to success
  • List what did not work for improvement
  • Celebrate that you are on the road to overcoming this obstacle



Nine (9) Unexpected Reasons You Should Never Trash Banana Peels

Published August 16, 2014 by by : teacherdahl


Soothe Rashes

soothes rashes

For poison ivy rashes, the Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry recommends rubbing the infected area with the lining of a banana peel for a temporary cooling effect.

Feed the Roses

rose feedFor healthier rose blooms, cut banana peels into one-inch strips and bury them at the base of the plant. Do this every month. According to SF Gate, because the peels decompose quickly, they easily release potassium, magnesium, phosphates, and other minerals that nourish the roses.

Polish Silver

silver polish
Throw a few peels in a blender with some water. Use a cloth to apply the paste on silver to rub away some of the tarnish.

Polish Shoes

shoe polish
Shoe polish contains naphtha, combustible petroleum that disintegrates wax. Use a banana peel lining instead to polish your kicks.

Ripen Avocados

soften avocado
Place a tough avocado in a paper bag with ripened banana peels (or the whole banana) and close. Within about 24 hours, the peels’ ethylene, a hormone that induces ripening, will soften the avocado.

Repel Pests

Forget insecticides. For aphid problems, bury chopped-up peels (whole ones will attract squirrels and other rodents) one to two inches deep in the soil around plants.

Tenderize Meat

meat tenderizer

To avoid tough, dry meat, place ripe banana peels in the roasting pan before placing in the oven.

Remove Warts

removes warts
The University of Maryland Medical Center suggests cutting a small piece of a ripe peel and placing it on a common plantar, or flat wart. Affix tape to keep it on overnight.


compostAfter using banana peels, throw them in the compost bin.It will ward of worms.


Health Benefits of Lemon Water

Published August 10, 2014 by by : teacherdahl

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 1 Supports the immune system: The juice of half a lemon in a glass of water is rich in vitamin C, which helps boost the immune system and assists the body in fighting colds and flu. Nutritionist Michele Chevalley Hedge says lemon also enhances the body’s ability to absorb iron, an important nutrient for a healthy immune system. “Vitamin C may increase non-heme iron bioavailability fourfold,” Chevalley Hedge says. “This refers to iron availability in the body from non-meat sources.” 

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2 Aids digestion: As lemon juice is similar in atomic structure to the stomach’s digestive juices, it has a positive effect on the gastrointestinal tract. It helps cleanse the bowel by flushing out waste more efficiently and stimulates the release of gastric juices, which aid digestion. The digestive qualities of lemon juice can also help relieve symptoms of indigestion, heartburn and bloating. 

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3 Repairs skin: Lemons are great for combating skin ageing, Chevalley Hedge says. The antioxidant properties help combat free radical damage, which is responsible for the symptoms of ageing. “We know that lemons are rich in vitamin C and that is really what creates collagen synthesis, which is wonderful in terms of keeping wrinkles at bay,” she says. “Vitamin C is required in the synthesis of amino acids into collagen and the job of collagen and connective tissue is to hold things tight and protect our skin tissue.”


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4 Reduces appetite: Lemons contain pectin, a soluble fibre commonly found in citrus fruits. Pectin helps stave off hunger as the fibre creates a feeling of fullness, which results in the suppression of hunger cravings. By feeling fuller for longer, you’re less likely to snack or make poor food choices. 

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5 Balances pH levels: Lemons are one of the most alkalising foods for the body and a good pH level is essential as too much acidity in the body can be inflammatory. “Lemon water is very alkalising and most of us have acidic bodies,” Chevalley Hedge says. “Educated foodies still think of lemons as being acidic when they are quite alkalising.”

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6 Cleanses the urinary tract: Lemon juice is a diuretic, meaning it encourages the production of urine. As a result, toxins are released at a faster rate, helping to purify the system and keep it healthy. Lemon juice can also change the pH level of the urinary tract which discourages the proliferation of bad bacteria.


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7 Freshens breath: The antiseptic qualities in lemon juice help kill off bad bacteria in the mouth by acting as a disinfectant. A glass of lemon water is also a healthier morning wake-you-up than coffee. While there is no evidence-based research on lemon water’s optimal temperature, Chevalley Hedge recommends drinking it at room temperature. “Most health professionals agree room temperature is closer to your own body’s temperature and seems to calm the digestive system,” she says.

If you’re concerned about the acid harming tooth enamel, rinse your mouth with water afterwards. “You would have to drink copious amounts of lemon water to strip the enamel,” Chevalley Hedge says.

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8 Protects overall health: High levels of potassium in lemons can help brain and nerve functioning and control blood pressure. Lemon water can also ward off stress and depression, which have been linked to low levels of potassium. Lemons also contain vitamin P, which improves capillary permeability and overall blood flow.

9 Promotes healing: Ascorbic acid, vitamin C, promotes wound healing in the body and is an important nutrient in maintaining healthy bones, tissue and cartilage. It also calms inflammation in the body.

“Vitamin C travels through the body, neutralising any free radicals,” Chevalley Hedge says. “Free radicals can interact with the healthy cells of the body, damaging them and their membranes and causing inflammation.”


10 Detoxifies the liver: Lemon water acts as a liver cleanser by assisting in detoxification. It purifies and stimulates the liver by encouraging the production of bile, an acid required for digestion. Lemon water can also help control excess bile flow, decrease the amount of phlegm produced by the body and assist in dissolving gallstones.


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source: huffington post


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