Lemon & Ginger Tea Recipe

Boost the Immune System is key during the fall months. The minute I feel a cold coming on, I reach for my favorite drink – tea with lemon and ginger. I call this the “wonder woman ” drink because the ginger stimulates digestion and naturally combats infection.

The vitamin C from the lemon is awesome for the immune system. Plus, by adding local honey, you can boost your immune system naturally plus honey contains antioxidant polyphenolic compounds, which has been known to support cardiovascular health. So honey it up!

Meet your new BFF – Lemon and Ginger Tea

 

tea with ginger and honey

Ingredients:

1 cup warm water

juice from one lemon

1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger

1 tablespoon local honey (if you have candida, in my experience I needed to omit and exchange for stevia)

* another option for those with candida, it to try manuka honey (this honey naturally fights bacteria and pathogens but a tad pricey)

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rachel circle jpeg copyRachel Feldman is a health coach, digestive wellness expert, and detox specialist. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Rachel assists clients nationwide via phone, email and Skype. Rachel helps men and women struggling with weight gain, digestive issues and toxicity. Rachel graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, Wild Rose Natural College of Healing, and International School of Detoxification. She is also certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and has obtained additional Continuing Education Units from Purchase College, State University of New York. She is a certified Reiki Energy Healer. Her approach to health focuses not only on the foods you put into your mouth but also incorporates the elements of body, mind and soul. She helps her clients to access the blueprint for their health by discovering what foods fuel the body and not inflame the body. To find out more about her programs visit www.rachelswellness.com.

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