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Warm lemon water vs. methi jeera water: What's better for weight loss? - Times of India

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01/4 Warm lemon water vs. methi jeera water

While it's always a good idea to start your day with a healthy drink, experts have time and again said that these drinks don't directly play a role in making one lose weight but it aids the process by working on your gut health.

02/4 Pros of warm lemon water

Having warm lemon water (mixed with a teaspoon of honey) was one of the magic waters that was touted to make people lose weight quickly. Well, if we count its benefits, the biggest is that it's a good source of Vitamin C and the best beverage for hydration. Moreover, it has helped a lot of people release constipation and acts as a daily laxative.

According to Ayurveda, the sourness in the lemon works on your agni which fires up the digestive system, aiding in preventing the toxin build up.

Cons of warm lemon water

While it is entirely safe to sip warm lemon water, it may lead to more frequent bathroom trips as Vitamin C's natural resources act as a diuretic.

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03/4 Pros of methi jeera water

Last year was all about home remedies and many celebrities took to their social media handles to share remedies that worked for them. Malaika Arora was one such celebrity who in one of her posts shared that she soaks methi and jeera seeds in water overnight and has that water in the morning. She shared it releases toxins from the body and also helps in aiding bowel movement. In fact, methi seeds are great for pre diabetics and diabetics.

Cons of methi jeera water

While having methi soaked water is safe year round, jeera water is warm in nature and should be limited (or avoided) during hot months like April, May and June. You can try saunf water during summer months for cooling down your digestive system.

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