lemonade’s history, benefits, and recipes for summer

Summer is coming, lemonade’s history, benefit, and over ten recipes.   

Based on the research from Nestle professional’s food & beverage trend 2020, Lemonade has experienced 21% away from home consumption growth over the past few years and also Datassential reveals that lemonade is now on 66.0% of restaurant menus, the result of 10.8% growth since 2015, particularly in the area of premium applications like cocktails, frosts, and even menu items with a lemonade flavor profile.

Where is the lemonade came from? based on Wikipedia, The earliest written evidence of lemonade has been found in Egypt, dated to around AD 1000. It is believed that the fruit was introduced from Asia around AD 700. Here, a drink made with lemons, dates, and honey was enjoyed by peasants, and bottles of lemon juice with sugar, known as Qatari at were imported and consumed locally.

These days lemonade has experienced 21% away-from-home consumption growth over the past four years. So why people love lemonade in the summer, I think there are two key reasons to choose Lemodonae. The first reason is it will be beneficial for your health. second, It’s delicious and can diversify to different flavors. Here are some more details.

Health benefits of the lemonade

Based on the article from “Healthline” , Much of the evidence supporting lemon water’s health benefits is anecdotal. Little scientific research has been done specifically on lemon water, but research exists on the benefits of lemon and water separately. Lemonade can be beneficial for seven different ways below.  

1. It promotes hydration
2. It’s a good source of vitamin C
3. It supports weight loss
4. It improves your skin quality
5. It aids digestion
6. It freshens breath
7. It helps prevent kidney stones

But it also can cause some side effects.

Lemon contains citric acid, which may erode tooth enamel. To limit the risk, drink lemon water through a straw, and rinse your mouth with plain water afterwards.

When it comes to heartburn, lemon water can go either way. The citric acid may cause heartburn in some people. Others experience relief from heartburn, as lemon juice becomes alkaline, reducing acidity in digestion. Only experimenting can tell its effect on you.

Some people report more frequent trips to the bathroom when drinking lemon water. Although vitamin C is often believed to be a diuretic, something that increases the amount of urine you produce, evidence doesn’t show that vitamin C from natural sources like lemons has diuretic effects.

If you experience the need for extra bathroom breaks while drinking lemon water, it’s more than likely caused by increased water intake.

Recipes and flavors of lemonades

Lemonade has a unique citrus flavor, and also you can diversify to different characteristics such as Pink, Mango, Mint, Peach, and even Lavander. Here are some recipes which include suggested by Hannah Lewman from University of Oregon.

Fresh basil lemonade

Fresh Basil lemonade

Roasted Peach Lemonade

Roasted peach lemonade

Lavender Thyme Lemonade

Lavender thyme lemonade

Hot Honey Ginger Lemonade

Hot and ginger lemonade

Sparkling blueberry lemonade

Sparkling blueberry lemonade

Frozen Lemonade with Coconut Rum

Frozen Lemonade with Coconut Rum

Carrot Lemonade

Carrot Lemonade

Brazilian Lemonade

Brazilian Lemonade

Blackberry Mint Lemonade

Blackberry Mint Lemonade

Champagne Lemonade

Champagne Lemonade

Jalapeno Lemonade

Jalapeno Lemonade

Mint lemonade

Mint lemonade

Sparkling Rhubarb Lemonade

Sparkling Rhubarb Lemonade

Conclusion

Like the queen’s song, “ Too much love will kill you, “too much lemonade can be toxic for you. But if you drink and enjoy the lemonade wisely, It will boost your summer with citrus, sweet, sour, and even healthier.

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