Cucumber + Lime + Basil Seeds Infused Water benefits and side effects

Drinking water is one of the easiest things you can do to give your efforts a boost if you’re trying to lose weight so why not make it interesting?!?


#beattheheat with Cucumber lime and basil seeds infused water which will help to detox, weight loss and stay hydrated.




Each ingredient has their own special features and Overdose has their own side effects.


Cucumber water is perfect to take and sip all day as a delicious hydrating treat. Water with cucumber has been served at day spas and health clubs all over the world for decades, mostly due to its health benefits and great taste.


Cucumber + Lemon + basil seeds healthy ingredients naturally complement each other.


The lemons are sweet and tangy while the cucumber provides a more subtle taste that helps balance out the flavors, The most notable health benefits of include their ability to improve digestive health.


In addition to the health benefits of cucumbers.


cucumber lemon water has lots of vitamin C from the lemons, which acts is a natural antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and metabolism booster. It’s no wonder lemon cucumber water is one of the most popular infused water recipes in the world.



cucumber is made up of mostly water, which makes them a perfect component of a cooling detox drink. They’re really low in calories and high in fiber, which makes them a great addition to your diet during weight loss because they’ll fill you up and help you feel more satisfied.


There are a lot of health benefits of cucumber water. To start, water helps flush and detox your body, it keeps you feeling fuller so you don’t eat as much, and even helps increase your metabolism. If you’re trying to lose weight.

Wherein Lime water is rich in Vitamin C, it may reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke, and lower blood pressure.


Cucumber water can help you cut some serious calories from your diet. Adding lemon enhances water’s flavor, which may help you drink more.


Making Cucumber lime basil seeds Water is pretty simple:

1. Slice a cleaned, peeled (or unpeeled depending on your preference) cucumber into 1/2 inch slices.

2. Combine cucumber slices in water, and type with ice. Allow to marinate for at least an hour. (For best results, allow it to marinate overnight in the refrigerator.)

3. Use only a slice of lemon (as per your preference add more )

4. add a pinch of basil seeds.


Side Effects Of Lemon Overdose:

• Tooth Erosion

• Canker Sores

• Heartburn, Gerd, And Ulcers

• Nausea, Vomiting, And An Upset Stomach

• Frequent Urination And Dehydration

• Migraines

• Sunburn

Most side effects of lemon are due to overdose, say over 3 cups/day. The lemon acids can erode tooth enamel, worsen canker sores, and trigger migraines. Lemon juice can also worsen GERD symptoms like heartburn and delay stomach ulcer healing. While its high vit. C content can upset your stomach, as a natural diuretic, lemon juice can also make you lose water through urine. It can remove tan, but applying it on the skin before stepping outdoors results in sunburns.


Cucumber doesn't have any significant side effects which one should worry about.


Benefits of basil seed are in my previous blog. link is here https://www.mogdiaries.com/mogdiariesblog/detox-summer-drink


Surprisingly basil (Sabja) Seeds are safe and well tolerated by individuals. It is safe for the pregnant and lactating woman to consume Basil Seeds however; it is advisable to consult a specialist before consuming or serving it to infants as it might affect the health of the child. Over dosage of Sabja Seeds can affect the health of the individual and need medical attention on priority. specified some of the reported side effects of the over dosage of basil seeds underneath:

Diarrhea

Nausea

Vomiting

Abdomen discomfort

Headache

Acid reflux

Acne

Loss of Appetite


**Above mentioned symptoms may vary from individuals. It is recommended to consult a specialist before consuming Basil Seeds.

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