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3 Health Conditions Taking Lime Can Help You Manage.

Limes are acidic, round, and brilliant green citrus fruits that are packed with vitamin C, antioxidants, and other minerals. Lime has a lot of antioxidants. Antioxidants safeguard your body by preventing or reversing cell damage produced by free radicals, or harmful molecules. Potassium, vitamins A, B, C, and D, calcium, and magnesium are all found in limes. Eating lime fruit or drinking lime juice has several health benefits, as well as aiding in the prevention of many medical conditions, according to Healthline and Medical news today.

1. Heart disease.

According to Healthline, research shows that limes may reduce several heart disease risk factors. Limes are high in vitamin C, which may help lower high blood pressure. Heart disease is caused by high blood pressure, which is a key risk factor. Vitamin C may also help to prevent atherosclerosis, a disease in which plaque builds up in the arteries and narrows them.

3. It helps prevent kidney stones.

Kidney stones are solid mineral crystals in the kidneys that are difficult to pass. They can form inside your kidneys if your urine is extremely concentrated or if you have a lot of stone-forming minerals in your urine, such as calcium. Citrus fruits, such as limes, are high in citric acid, which can help avoid kidney stones by increasing citrate levels in the urine and binding stone-forming minerals.

Uses And Negative Side Effects Of Limes.


You can use limes in and out of the kitchen in a lot of different ways.

One reason they are used so often is because their juice and zest smell like flowers, which is why they are valued.

2. In other parts of the world, limes are often pickled to make them last longer and then added to dishes to make them taste better.

Lime is also used to add flavor to savory foods and drinks, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic.

4. Outside of the kitchen, limes are used as a natural way to clean and get rid of smells. Some research has found that something has antimicrobial properties.

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1. Don't eat limes if you're allergic to other citrus fruits, because they can make you swell up, get hives, and have trouble breathing. If this happens, you should go to the hospital right away.

Because limes are acidic, some people may get acid reflux after eating or drinking the juice.

If you eat limes in moderation, they are usually safe to eat and have few or no side effects.

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