40 pounds in one month challenge with this weightloss recipe

There are many powerful ingredients which can treat diseases and conditions in nature, you just only need to learn where to find them.

Mother Nature has cures for all our health problems, which is why many people are turning towards alternative medicine. It is cheap, has no side-effects and works just as well as conventional medications.

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Today we’re going to present a natural remedy which will burn your excess belly fat and help you lose 40 pounds in a month! The recipe consists of only 2 ingredients – chia seed and lemon, which contain numerous essential vitamins and are beneficial for your health. Here’s how to prepare the remedy.


  • A glass of lemon juice
  • 1 ½ glass of water
  • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds
  • 1 tablespoon of organic honey


Put the chia seeds in a glass of water and leave them to soak for an hour, then mix them in a blender with the other ingredients when they look like gel. Consume the incredible smoothie every morning on an empty stomach and you will slim down naturally in no time!

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 Chia seeds contain a lot of fiber which will boost your digestion, and they will also keep you full for longer. They can reduce your blood sugar levels and contain a lot of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and omega-3 fatty acids.

On the other hand, lemons are very healthy and rich in essential nutrients your body requires on a daily basis. 100 gm of lemon juice has only 29 calories, which makes lemons a perfect diet food. Like the chia seeds, they are also rich in fiber and provide satiety, but the real health benefits lie in the incredible amounts of several vitamins in the fruit.

Drink the smoothie every morning and pair it with a healthy diet and some exercise and you will lose all the excess belly fat soon!

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  1. Jill

    When you say a glass of lemo juice, what is the size of the glass? Or in other words what is the exact measurement you’re using for the lemon juice?

  2. Kristy

    Is 1 1/2 glass mean 1 1/2 cups? I’m confused on the glass of lemon juice and the glass of water measurements. Can you let me know in cups?

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