1 Tablespoon Challenge: Discover the Morning Miracle

Welcome the lemon and extra virgin olive oil. These two amazing medicinal, healing foods, when combined together first thing in the morning on a empty stomach, you will be amazed what these two things can do for your health.

1 Tablespoon Challenge: Discover the Morning Miracle
1 Tablespoon Challenge: Discover the Morning Miracle

This citrus fruit is loaded with vitamin C and the antioxidants are there to help protect cells from damaging free radicals. So look at the lemon as a cleanser. In order for these metabolic changes to occur in your body, through your organs, your tissues, your glands, your hormones, your enzymes, it needs to be clean.

And by cleansing the lymphatic system, the liver as well as the digestive system, this will help accelerate good health throughout your system. And using extra virgin olive oil can do more than you ever can imagine.

These monounsaturated fatty acids, the oleic acid, has amazing antioxidant effects. So a tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil with just a few drizzles of lemon, that’s all you need first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.

And this will spark these changes that we’re about to discuss. This will help reduce heart disease as well as clogging of those arteries by increasing the hdl cholesterol, which searches for the bad cholesterol, the ldls that causes plaquing.

This will help reduce that bad cholesterol, bringing it back to the liver so it can be excreted out of the body. And this can actually help prevent the formation of gallstones. And simultaneously, these lemons are best for preventing kidney stone formation, owing it to its citric acid content.

Drinking this first thing in the morning has positive effects on your blood sugar level and insulin sensitivity. It wards off type two diabetes. It will improve glucose metabolism, improving the effectiveness of insulin.

Many people think that olive oil’s fattening will help you gain weight. That’s not true. Olive oil has an effect on your hormones. It will give you more satiety. It will help slow down the digestion of your stomach, emptying into your small intestine, which directly helps your glucose and insulin levels.

Studies have shown that this can actually help and prevent H. Pylori infections, which are responsible for millions of cases of gastritis and peptic ulcers each year. This will lubricate the inside of those intestines as well as those antiinflammatory factors in olive oil to help reduce inflammation of chronic intestinal problems.

A 2018 study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences shows that the polyphenols and olive oil helps in building stronger cell walls. That means it helps increase the elasticity of the arterial walls, protecting you against any type of heart disease or stroke.

And when it comes to cancer, studies show that the many people living in the mediterranean countries have a very low risk of cancers. And that’s partly due to the consumption of those anti inflammatory ingredients, including olive oil.

And one of the main contributors to cancer is oxidative damage, oxidative stress, and that’s due to the harmful molecules called free radicals. And because extra virgin olive oil is high in antioxidants, this helps reduce that oxidative damage.

And it’s the oleic acid that’s highly resistant to oxidation that’s been shown to slow the growth and spread of those cancer cells. And because extra virgin olive oil is an effective antioxidant which protects the brain from free radical damage, the vitamin e helps to maintain a good memory, slow memory loss and significantly reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

And if you’re suffering with pain, inflammation or arthritis in any of the joints of your body, extra virgin olive oil can be a lifesaver. It’s the oleol Camphol that’s contained in extra virgin olive oil that possesses similar antiinflammatory properties as ibuprofen, where ibuprofen will affect the kidneys, which can lead to kidney damage along with more pathology and problems in the future.

And when it comes to your microbiome, extra virgin olive oil can do wonderful things. Your gut microbiome influences everything from digestion to mood to the appearance of your skin. And the polyphenols in olive oil will reduce the inflammation of the GI tract and foster the growth of the good bacteria.

It will keep your immune system strong by keeping the good bacteria healthy and vibrant. So, just a quick summary using one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil along with a little bit of lemon juice first thing in the morning on empty stomach.

Waiting about 20 to 30 minutes before you eat will help your body work as a natural inflammatory. It can help boost hair and skin health, protect against insulin resistance, reduces heart problems and diabetes, helps your cardiovascular system, reduces high blood pressure, improves blood cholesterol levels, assists in weight loss, boosts your metabolism, improves digestion, helps in the aging process, protects against osteoporosis, prevents gallstones, strengthens the cell walls and can fight mood disorders and depression.

So I challenge you. Put this test to work within your body first thing in the morning and you are going to see amazing health changes. Please share this video with your friends and family. Leave your comments below and most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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