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I'm looking to get the best lemon in terms of health benefits. I was told that lemons are extremely good for you so I want to know what the health benefits are between the three popular ones I have seen so far; Meyer, Lisbon and Eureka.

Please help me!

Thank you so much.
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24th March 2010 3:03am
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Jimmy says...
Dunno, Eureka is the most "lemony".

PA gets snow? Might kill a lemon tree.

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24th March 2010 2:01pm
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Tabs says...
The benefit of lemons comes from the fact that it alkalizes the body. This allows the body to detox, oxygenate, stop the blood from clotting, helps stop fungus growth which includes cancer (which is mostly caused by fungus). For this purpose any of the lemons are fine except maybe the meyer lemons which are a cross with oranges. the eureka lemon to my understanding is the most acidic (but still alkalizes the body - it has to do with the ash left after digestion) which goes great for thickening lemon meringue pies. I hope that helps. If you want to know more let me know.
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26th March 2010 12:46pm
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Itdepends says...
Tabs,
although I admire your enthusiasm- could you please provide some links to the medical research showing cancer is "mostly caused by fungus". I'd be most interested in reading about it.

Regards,

Daniel
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Tabs says...
There's stacks of research, you just have to look. Dr. Simoncini of Italy has a practice that treats only cancer and gets 100% success rate even when the patient is at deaths door. He treats the person for pH with bicarb soda which is a natural substance in your body. Your pH effects your saliva, so if you have acid saliva then your teeth are eaten away by your saliva. The bacteria is incidental. Brushing is of no help. Another source is IMVA Interational Medical Veritas Association, The Peoples Chemist, www.mercola.com, www.oneminutecure.com. If you want to know why you don't know about this sort of information try looking at http://imva.info/index.php/2010/03/pharmaceutical-and-medical-terrorism/. This is a short but excellent article on the subject. If you want to go further go to a site www.realityzone.com. This one is brilliant and goes into the role of Vitamin B17 as cancer cure. Cancer is a deficiency disease and is not as hard to get rid of as big pharma would have you believe. Another book to read is Elaine Hollingsworth's book "Take Control of Your Health and Escape the
Sickness Industry". You can buy it at The Hippocrates Health Centre here in Australia near the Qld/NSW border. Elaine is a medical researcher which means she trolls through all the research for you and compiles it into one book. The information here will make your hair curl and wonder how all this information could be kept secret. It is because people are complacent, ignorant or just don't want to be bothered with it. One last comment when I questioned my doc about pH he was pleased and said he usually gives out that sort of information to cancer patients. My doc has done many years of nutrition training and encourages patients to take control of their health. I am so lucky to have found him after 36 years looking for answers. If you want to know more - write back.
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Tabs says...
PPS. Two other places to check are www.doctorsaredangerous.com where they give you a chance to read the first chapter in "Take Control of Your Health and Escape the Sickness Industry" and free at www.healthmyths.net are articles by Shane Ellison, M.Sc. author of Health Myths Exposed and Hidden Truths about Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs. There's good stuff out there and believe me I need every bit of it. But be thankful that places like Daley's give you the chance to buy the means of getting fresh fruit straight off the tree/vine/bush.
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Julie says...
Tabs, please don't put your email address in a public forum - you invite all kinds of spam.

Better to write it as jvriepon at optusnet dot com dot au. It doesn't get picked up by spammers that way.
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John Mc says...
Here you are Tabs,
Here's a link to a free book titled "The Health Revolution" by Ross Horne.
http://www.soilandhealth.org/02/0201hyglibcat/020121horne/020121toc.html

I must have read it 20 years ago, it seems like that long ago. He had a lot of knockers but I believe every word. The message is so simple. He recons we should all be fructarians, backed up by believable detailed research.
Good luck in your quest mate.
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Tabs says...
Thankyou Julie, the address is deleted and maybe spam avoided. John Mc, I have had a quick look at the site you recommended and is certainly worth going back to, its amazing what titbits of information can be found. Ross Horne advocates fruit, but I have to eat veges and meat as well. My muscles are wasting away because I cannot absorb protein very well and I'm allergic to all the protein powders. Meat is the only source of high quality protein esp as I'm allergic to all the grains and their substitutes as well. Veges are required because they supply loads of minerals on which the enzymes and vitamins work their magic and come mostly from fruit. Thank you again for the tip.
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John Mc says...
Looks like you're in a bit of a pickle there Tabs. On one hand you need protein but antagonistically, proteins are the very thing that acidifies your blood in the breakdown processes.
One excellent thing Ross said. One reason for all the Osteoporosis happening in the developed countries is the high protein diets. He says that protein breaks down into Amino Acids, acidifying your blood, so the body goes into equalising mode and draws calcium directly from the bones the neutralise the acids, weakening the bones. If this continues for a prolonged period, weak bones become evident.
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29th March 2010 3:34pm
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Tabs says...
Pickle is the understatement (normal pH is around 5, the test kits don't go any lower). Due to our modern living I have CFS Chronic Fatigue Syndrome which also includes Leaky Gut Syndrome. The latter being the most probable cause of the former. I have read the first 5 chapters of the book and I'm impressed by how much information Ross Horne has put together (and 20 years ago to boot). Maybe I can find a dietition who could adapt the diet and hopefully not ending up a basket case themselves trying to do it. Thanks again for making the time to make a comment and stay tuned, I'll let you know what happens.

PS. Osteoporosis is usually caused by Vit D and magnesium deficiency not a lack of calcium since we have so much of it in our diet. Mag. deficiency causes the calcium to be deposited in the soft tissues such as hardened arteries, kidney stones,arthritis and spurs. A lack of Vit D causes hormone disruption as it is the precursor for cholesterol which is a precursor for every hormone in your body. Nothing like allopathic medicine to treat the symptoms and not the cause. Need to treat the whole body not individual parts separately.

Live long and prosper
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30th March 2010 2:16am
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Tabs says...
To John MC,
Thankyou for the info. Have almost finished the book and my understanding is better for it. Have bought the recipe book. It is perfect for the requirements of my diet which is very severe. I wish I had known about it before I had cancer and the subsequent butchery. The only way to thank you is to pass on the information to everyone I can. Thanks again. Live long and prosper.
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lesathomas1 says...
Lemons have a good source of nutrients like calcium, potassium, vitamin C and pectin fiber. It can also have anti-bacterial properties and nutritional values like vitamin A and iron. Lemon is a wonderful antiseptic and lime water, juice also works wonders for people having heart related diseases, due to its high potassium content. See more about health benefits, visit: http://www.fxstat.com/en/user/profile/lesathomas-59974/blog/22909675-KNOW-THE-HEALTH-ADVANTAGES-OF-LEMONS
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