One thing that can help stop water retention is minimizing extra sodium or salt in the diet, which can be difficult. We usually can point to a few foods high in sodium, but just about any packaged food contains some level of sodium. Most natural food sources also have some sodium too, though the amount is negligible. If you’re having problems with water retention, lowering overall sodium intake is one of the best methods for reducing it. Look for low sodium varieties of foods, especially canned foods and prepared meals.
You can try a few other remedies to stop water retention. Caffeine, for instance, is a known diuretic, It will shed a bit of water weight when taken in small amounts. Too much caffeine can have a reverse effect, causing dehydration and thus a cycle where the body attempts to retain water.
Some foods have a bit of diuretic effect. A little lemon juice in your water will cause more frequent urination and stop water retention.
Cranberry juice is another natural diuretic. You might substitute a glass of cranberry juice for one of your cups of water each day to stop water retention.
Cabbage. A natural diuretic, cabbage can be added to salads or sandwiches. Enjoy a side of coleslaw for lunch.
Yogurt. Too many rich treats will cause stomachs to bloat. If you've overindulged and are feeling the effects, treat your stomach to a cup of plain, low-fat yogurt that contains active cultures. The active cultures aid in digestion and increase the good bacteria in the gut.
Just about any food high in vitamin C has natural diuretic properties.
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