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Only One Glass Of This Syrup Can Help You To Get Rid Of Fats In The Blood

Only One Glass Of This Syrup Can Help You To Get Rid Of Fats In The Blood
Ingredients needed: 1 kg / 35 oz of lemons5-6 stalks of parsley16 oz of baking soda3 liters of water Method of preparation: Wash the lemons using cold water, and then soak them in warm water in which you have previously put the bag of baking soda. Let the lemons soak for about an hour. Chop the parsley stalks in small pieces and do the same with the lemon’s rind. Transfer the lemons and parsley into a pot with water. Consume one small cup of the syrup every morning on an empty stomach. Besides the fact that this remedy decreases fats in the blood, it also provides numerous health benefits. Today, cholesterol and fats in the blood are often health diseases.

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