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Since I cannot comment on the answer above, here are my remarks: It won't be particularly helpful for weight loss, and it won't be particularly harmful for your body on the long term. Yet it will be harmful for your teeth. So it's not a case of "there won't be any negative longterm effects", because there will be, for your teeth.
Let's look at the two most prominent nutrients found in lemons that could play a role. These are vitamin C, and citric acid. Lemons are rich in vitamin C. One fruit will deliver from 50% to 75% of the daily recommended amount, depending on the size of the lemon. That's nice, because it is an essential nutrient; humans can't synthesize it in their bodies. ...
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