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Should lemon water be taken before or after lunch? And what should be the gap between intake of lemon water and food?
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Hi, Having lemon water in  empty stomach early morning and in mid-morning as a snack is more effective for health.
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Hi Lemon water can be taken on empty stomach upon waking or can be taken in the mid-morning time around 10:30 to 11:30 am or in the mid- afternoon time also around 3:30 to 4:30 pm.. One to one and half hour gap is fine.. between and food.. Thankyou Th
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Hi Have lemon water warm empty stomach and before bed .
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Lemon water should be taken in empty stomach,best in mornings.
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You can take lemon with food so the absorption of iron improves in meal. If you want to take lemon with warm water take it 20-30 min after food.
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