Here's What Yolanda Foster Is Doing with Her Beloved Lemons These Days

They may not be growing in her backyard anymore, but lemons are still a major part of the #RHOBH model's life.

When Yolanda Foster moved out of her 11,622-square foot Malibu mansion in October, not only did she say goodbye to that droolworthy fridge, but she also bid farewell to that lovely lemon grove that filled her backyard. But even though Yolanda has since moved into more modest digs, that beloved fruit still has a place in her life. 

These days, it looks like Yolanda is including lemons as part of her detox with superfoods, which The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom kicked off Monday. "Even though I miss my coffee this morning, I’m [sic] am excited to start a week of nourishing my body with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, energizing and immune-building foods," Yolanda wrote on Instagram. "During this week I will be consuming over 35 different types of vegetables and 14 different types of beans, nuts and seeds."

So far, Yolanda has made a detox tonic, super seed bar, roasted veggie salad, healing bone broth, broccoli and arugula soup, and immune-boosting turmeric. It's unclear if Yolanda is using the lemons as an ingredient during her detox or if they're just sitting pretty in her kitchen for show, but we're just glad to see that she still keeps one of her greatest joys in life close by.

Yolanda has undergone a variety of treatments to help alleviate the effects of her Lyme disease since she was diagnosed in 2012. On this season of RHOBH alone, we've seen Yolanda get a vitamin C IV, have her white gold crowns removed from her teeth, and get rid of her ruptured silicone breast implants. Yolanda also shared on Instagram that she's taking baths with Epsom salt to help flush out her toxins.

In addition to the forest of lemon trees, Yolanda's former crib was breathtaking in many other ways. See for yourself in the clip, below.

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