Medications often cause fluid retention. Instead of taking additional medication many foods can act as a diuretic. Eating these foods will help you naturally remove fluids from your body. Remember to always use moderation and caution when using a diuretic.
Apple cider vinegar — is a natural diuretic and helps maintain potassium levels.
Artichoke — natural diuretic
Asparagus — contains asparagines, a chemical alkaloid which helps flush the kidneys.
Beets — attacks floating body fat and fatty deposits.
Brussels sprouts — cleanse the cell and stimulate thought kidneys and pancreas.
Cabbage — breaks up fatty deposits.
Carrots — speeds up metabolic rate and helps remove fat and waste from the body.
Cranberry juice — aids in the removal of excess fluid from the body.
Cucumber — stimulate the kidney and aid in the removal of uric acid.
Dandelion And Dandelion Leaf — natural diuretic, and leaf key aides in the detoxification of the urinary tract.
Green tea — natural diuretic and has been used for centuries in China.
Fennel — has a calmative and diuretic property.
Horseradish — speeds up the metabolism and helps eliminate fluid.
Lettuce — aids in metabolism and flushing of toxins from the system.
Nettle — has natural diuretic properties.
Oats — contains silica in natural diuretic.
Tomatoes — are rich in vitamin C that aids metabolism in the release of water from the kidneys.
Watermelon — natural diuretic helps increased urination.