One of the best natural remedies against excess belly fat is the incredible homemade shake we’re presenting today. The shake will reduce your belly in just a short time and contains 4 simple ingredients – lemon, ginger, cucumber and mint.
Let’s see some of the benefits of the ingredients:
Mint is a powerful aromatic herb that can relieve stress and anxiety and improve your sleep. It is also a muscle relaxant and can prevent a variety of digestive problems and boost your metabolism, which will eventually result in weight loss. And the benefits of mint don’t stop there – the herb can cure numerous skin problems such as eczema, while its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties relieve irritation in the lungs and prevent a variety of respiratory problems.
Cucumber is a healthy vegetable rich in essential nutrients and pretty low on calories, which makes it ideal for a diet. The vegetable is rich in water and will hydrate your body, while also preventing fluid retention and improving your electrolyte levels. Cucumbers can detoxify your body and protect your intestinal walls, and also reduce your uric acid levels, effectively preventing inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.
The final ingredient in the recipe are lemons. The citrus fruit is rich in vitamin C which can reinforce your immune system and prevent infections, while also detoxifying your body of toxins and preventing the formation of oxalates which are responsible for kidney stones.
You will need:
- 1 cucumber
- A small piece of ginger
- 4 lemons
- 10 mint leaves
- 2 l. of water
Preparation and use:
Wash and peel the lemons first, then squeeze them in a jar with 2 l. of water. Next, peel the cucumbers and chop them, then add them to the jar as well and do the same with the ginger and mint leaves. Leave the jar in the fridge for about six hours, then strain it and drink the entire amount during the day.
This amazing drink will hydrate your body and accelerate your metabolism, effectively boosting the weight loss process and preventing a variety of diseases and conditions.