The benefits of this remarkable fat burning recipe are numerous, it removes excessive fat and water from the body, enhances the function of the brain, and improves hearing, vision and memory.
Its main ingredient is fresh horseradish, mixed with unpeeled organic lemons and honey. The favorable effects of lemons and honey are well known by all.
The leaves of horseradish are extremely tasty and slightly spicy, and its root is commonly used in diets. However, it is remarkable as a medicament besides as a gourmet, since it contains vitamin C, Vitamin B1, iron, calcium, potassium, vitamin B2, magnesium, phosphorus.
Its consumption encourages the reproduction and development of beneficial bacteria in the intestines. It is an indispensable supplement to other dishes, especially with fatty foods because it helps them to be digested easily. Moreover, the horseradish reduces fatigue, increases metabolism, cleans the body, reduces fatigue, and is most recommended for diabetics.
Fat Burning Recipe for weight loss
- 4.5 oz / 125 grams horseradish
- 3 tablespoons of honey
- 3 lemons
Method of preparation:
You need to keep lemons in a little amount of water and vinegar for 10 minutes to wash away the pesticides from them. Then, mix the 125g of horseradish in a blender. Take the lemons, cut them and remove the seeds. Next, mix them unpeeled with the horseradish in the blender, add the honey and mix all well.
The drink should be kept in a sealed jar in the fridge.
Take one teaspoon of it twice a day with meals. After 3 weeks the results will be visible, and your waist will be significantly decreased.
The fresh root of horseradish can be used all year round if kept in moist sand or in the basement. If you have a larger root and you need only a smaller part of it, wrap the rest of it in aluminum foil and keep it in the refrigerator in a vegetable box.
Furthermore, if you need to keep the grated horseradish fresh for up to three weeks, you can mix it with a teaspoon of sugar and 4 tablespoons of lemon juice or vinegar and keep it in tightly closed jars in the fridge.
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