MY FATHER, who was a doctor, always insisted that we eat fresh lemon every day—either as nimbu pani, or squeezed over something on our plate during meals. He said this would keep us “fighting fit and our body’s defences fortified”.
This is as true today as it was then— perhaps even more so. Our bodies endure daily onslaught from a host of toxins—pesticide residue in food, pollution in the air and water and skyrocketing stress levels.
Combat their ravaging effects by including lemons and their small, green cousins—limes—in your daily diet for great nutritional value as well as refreshing flavour and fragrance.
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