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Question:

From Worcester, New York, USA:

Are lemons bad for someone with diabetes? My mother-in-law likes to put them in her water. Can too many in a day be harmful? I would appreciate any help.

Answer:

The only negative affect that I can think of for the over-use of lemons is when used excessively and directly on the teeth, it can erode enamel. If lemons are helping her drink water -- more power to her!

JM

DTQ-20020901143844
Original posting 30 Sep 2002
Posted to Meal Planning, Food and Diet

  
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