Lime for Health and Diet

January 14, 2014


Lime is a citrus fruit that helps the skin look younger and improves general health. Secretly Healthy gives you four reasons why lime should become part of your diet.

We can say that the lime is lemon younger and sweeter sister. In Europe in the 15th century was brought by the British sailors, and it is believed that thanks to it and its richness in vitamin C these sailors kept their health.


1. For Women’s Health.

This fruit contains calcium and folate, nutrients which are very important for women who are past menopause and those who are planning a pregnancy. One fresh lime containins 22 ml of calcium and even more than 5 micrograms of folate.


2. Lime Bark Against Aging.

Lime bark contains an inhibitor of melanin production. With years and due to UV exposure, melanin may cause dark freckles on the skin. Massage your face with the Bark to prevent occurance of the freckles.

3. Anti-Cancer Properties.

Component limonoid , which is found in this fruit, has strong influence on the prevention of colorectal , stomach and blood cancer. Scientists have proven that this antioxidant can kill cancer cells, and remains active in the blood for a long time to neutralize free radicals.


4. Lowers cholesterol.

Hesperidin, a flavonoid found in lime, can lower high cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood, and thus positively affect the health of the heart and blood vessels.

eunice - January 15, 2014

i need more of the infromation on health and fittness

Susan Pearl - January 15, 2014

Thanks for your information. I started drinking lime and water mornings upon awakening for the few days – gets me going.

Through my day, when I AM out and about I fill up my water bottles with my lime infused water also add other fruits, like oranges, and pomagranite seeds to my refreshing vitamin water. Looks awesome and I have something to munch on.

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