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Lemon water everyday can save your life.

Water lemon, so simple so good!

Did you know that a little bit of water with lemon can be really healthy?

Water, not cold, not very warm. Lemon, a fresh one.

You can detox your body and your stomach with a simple behavior. Do that every morning and you will dramatically
make you an healthier person!
It supplies a dose of vitamin C. Vitamin C protect us from cell damage and repair injury.
Prevent oxidation: thanks to phytonutrients, we are protected from the inside.
It provides potassium, one of the most important mineral.
Our body needs potassium for the nerve-muscle communication and can regulate the effects of salt on blood pressure. Often depression and anxiety are linked to not having enough potassium in our body.
Lemon water helps you to get hydrated and detox your stomach. When your urine will be almost clear, you are drinking enough!

It also revitalize your skin balancing the pH of your body. Even if it’s acid, inside our body it acts like an alkalizer.
An environment that is rich with alkaline is more difficult for a cancer to attack.

So you can see that a simple routine like having a glass of lemon water can boost your immune system, flush out the toxins in your body by enhancing enzyme function, reduces inflammation, help you to lose weight if your are willing you and gives you an energy boost!

It can replace caffeine that kills serotonine.

 

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/283476.php

EKADASI Calendar 2018

Ekadasi is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘the eleventh’. It refers to the eleventh day of a fortnight belonging to a lunar month. There are two fortnights in a lunar month—the bright and the dark. So, Ekadasi occurs twice in a month, in the bright fortnight and the dark fortnight. The special feature of Ekadasi, as most people know it, is a fast, abstinence from diet. This is how it is usually understood. ‘We do not eat on Ekadasi’, is what people understand. In this country (India) it has become a routine to be abstemious, if not observe a complete fast on this day. The significance of this particular observance is not merely constituted of a fast, physically, though it is also an essential element; it has other deeper aspects. In fact, the fast is only a practical expression and a symbol of something else that we are expected to do, which is of special significance to our personality.
Two Ekadasis occur in one month according to positions of the moon. The progression of the moon from full moon to new moon is divided into fifteen equal arcs. Each arc measures one lunar day, called tithi: The time it takes the moon to traverse that distance is the length of that lunar day. Ekadashi refers to the 11 tithi, or lunar day. The eleventh tithi therefore corresponds to a precise phase of the waxing and waning moon: In the bright half of the lunar month, the moon will appear roughly 3/4 full on Ekadasi, and in the dark half of the lunar month, the moon will be about 3/4 dark on Ekadasi.