Ayurvedic tradition tells us to drink warm water with the juice from half a lemon first thing in the morning upon rising.
This pleasantly tart beverage is a simple way to stimulate the liver and promote bile flow, which in turn aids digestion. Interestingly, lemon water also sometimes helps resolve heartburn symptoms by stimulating healthy stomach function. It also aids in balancing the body’s pH.
Sadly, there is something else that warm lemon water may do, though: ruin your teeth. Lemon juice is highly acidic because of the citric acid, so over time, routine consumption of lemon juice (or any acidic food or drink) will erode your teeth enamel. (You can look this up yourself to confirm).
In order to minimize the erosion, you can brush your teeth or you can rinse your mouth with purified water after you finish your lemon water. Or you can drink your lemon water with a straw (so that it bypasses your teeth). These are all useful tips, but will not stop the erosion entirely.
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