Many people think that lemon peel is waste and should be thrown, but it’s not true. Lemon peel, as well as the lemon pulp and juice are very beneficial and can be used for many purposes.
How to Use Lemon Peel?
It is very easy and simple. Just, take few organic lemons and wash them well and separate the peel from the pulp. Store the peel in the fridge to get frozen and use always whenever you want.
Another way to store the lemon peel fresh and healthy is to make lemon cubes. Just blend the lemon peel and pour it into ice cube tray. When the cubes are well frozen you can use them.
Frozen lemon peels are great for salads, noodles, ice creams or whatever you like. It is really healthy and tasty.
Why Is Lemon Peel Healthy?
Lemon peel contains 5 to 10 times more vitamins than lemon juice. It is great detox ingredient.
There are studies that show it’s efficiency against cancer cells and tumors. There are rumors that lemon peel is 10.000 times stronger than chemotherapy, but these results are not public, because it can be misused.
Lemon peel is great against fungi, infections and parasites. You can notice that worms can never be found in the lemon peel.
The list with healthy properties of the lemon peel is endless.
Lemon peel against cancer cells
Scientific evidences and 20 laboratory tests from 1970 until now confirm that lemon extracts destroy cancer cells in 12 types of cancer. The results of these tests show that lemon compounds are 10.000 times stronger than Adriamycin which is strong chemotherapeutic drug.
Lemon peel is rich with flavonoids. This compound has anti-tumor properties against many cancer types like colon, lung and breast cancer. According to the results, flavonoids like polyhydroxylated, polymethoxyflavones and nobiletin show great impact against the cancer cells. These compounds show anti-cancer activities like suppression of inflammation, angiogenesis and induction of apoptosis.
Eating lemon peel is not typical, but without worries. Just find some organic lemons, freeze them and enjoy.