You’ve heard you should drink eight glasses of water every day. While that’s a good baseline for most people, the exact amount can vary depending on body size, physical activity, and other factors.  Sixty percent of your body is water and water is part of many, if not all, internal processes. Water helps all your organs function properly, your body uses water as a joint lubricant, water helps flush waste and toxins. Studies show that people who get more water have greater energy and focus more easily. The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center even reported that men and women who drank less water developed colorectal cancer at higher rates than the men and women who drank more water.  Suffice to say, staying hydrated is important to your health.
Some people say water lacks taste and can be boring, right? Well, it doesn’t have to be. Adding a little lemon to your water is a great way to add flavor and experience the benefits offered by lemons. It’ll also help cleanse your body
Citrus fruits like lemons and oranges contain pectin, a dietary fiber that supports digestion. Lemons actually contain more pectin than oranges as well as high levels of citric acid. Citric acid supports digestion, as does pectin, which slows down the speed that food leaves the stomach and improves the way it’s broken down. One study found that five grams of pectin mixed with orange juice produced a greater feeling of fullness after eating. This might help reduce the amount of food consumed and support weight loss efforts. 
3. Lemons Are High in Vitamin C
Immune cells need vitamin C and medical experts have recommended vitamin C to boost the immune system.  Vitamin C also neutralizes free radicals, creates energy, and defends against certain environmental toxins. 
Vitamin C protects skin from the premature aging that can be caused by the accumulation of toxins. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey reported that women who consumed more vitamin C had stronger, firmer skin, less dryness, and fewer wrinkles. [10