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Water Retention - The 5 Ultimate Diuretic Foods

A huge range of everyday foods contain diuretic properties. Please see our top 5 ultimate diuretic foods, most of which you likely already have in your kitchen.

Watermelon
is 92% water. It is therefore the perfect fruit for when you are feeling dehydrated. However, watermelons are also excellent natural diuretics, and are effective at reducing the water retention in your body. Watermelons also act as powerful laxatives, and can help to regulate the digestive system.

Grapes
have a wide range of advantages. Primarily, they are very nutritious and come very low in calories, making them a delicious, guilt free snack. Secondly, they have high potassium levels against a very low sodium count. This alone gives them undeniable diuretic qualities.

Celery
is mainly known for countering hypertension. Also appreciated for its low caloric content, it is characterized by a high content of both potassium and sodium, giving it powerful diuretic properties.

Onions
possess a wide variety of beneficial properties. Those who are used to taking onion soup in the evening will tell you how good their diuretic qualities are. At one time, it was even a habit to rub half an onion on their kidneys to stimulate and facilitate the elimination of liquids.

Asparagus
contains asparagine, a chemical active ingredient that invigorates the kidneys and makes it easier for them to eliminate accumulated toxins. Not to mention that asparagus is a rich source of vitamins (B, K) and essential minerals for our body.