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so today we’re gonna talk about fluid retention and seven of the most powerful herbal diuretics a diuretic is something that will release fluid from your body there are synthetic chemical diuretics and then there are also natural diuretics but probably the most common cause of fluid retention is the high levels of glucose in your diet so I don’t know if you knew this but for every gram of glucose it’s going to retain 2.7 grams of water so you’re gonna be waterlogged if you’re consuming too many carbohydrates and I see it all the time I’ll be I don’t know at some event or something and I can just see the person’s eyes are all swollen or their feet are all puffy and filled with fluid and they’re usually consuming a lot of carbs it’s such an easy problem to solve and then if you actually consume enough foods with potassium as in vegetables a person typically will not be retaining fluid an average person in the u.s. is consuming way too much sodium and not enough potassium and they’re just waterlogged so the first thing we’re talking about is dandelion okay it’s so that’s a weed that grows in your backyard and it is super healthy for your liver and the potency of the diuretic chemical in dandelion is concentrated in the greens not necessarily the root so I would recommend putting it on your salad you can get it from the health of store or just go in your backyard dandelion greens are very very very high in potassium which also helps push the fluid out but dandelion greens help you at many different levels the next herb is Yuba earthy and this acts directly on the kidney to help push fluid out it’s also really good for UTIs it’s been approved in Germany for bladder infections now horsetail typically people think of horsetail as something that is good for your nails and your hair because it’s loaded with silica and it is and it’s also good to detoxify aluminum but horsetail also has certain properties to push fluid out of the body the only challenge with horsetail is it it will tend to deplete vitamin b1 so if you’re taking some formula with work just make sure you put the beet complex back in there or nutritional yeast Horst Heldt is also really good for children who have bedwetting next one is garlic garlic is a potent diuretic it’s also a very powerful antimicrobial antifungal anti-ice anti-candida anti-inflammatory antioxidant and it has anti-cancer properties next one is black tea black tea gets rid of excess sodium it releases sodium from the body but not potassium so therefore you can have the right ratios it will inhibit a hormone from the adrenal glands called aldosterone this hormone mainly functions to retain sodium so if you reduce aldosterone you’re not going to retain sodium as much so you’re gonna get rid of fluid parsley parsley is really good for blood pressure it also inhibits the release of potassium so it will help retain potassium and in Germany parsley is approved as an official diuretic and last one is stinging nettle root if you’re gonna get this make sure you get the root portions okay not necessarily the leaves but this one is very powerful as an anti-inflammatory but it will get rid of excess fluid and some men take it for enlarged prostate so it can help with that as well alright guys so there’s a summary of the seven herbal diuretics so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications
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0:06 What are diuretics?
0:15 What causes water retention?
1:07 Herbal diuretics #1 Dandelion
1:38 Herbal diuretics #2 Uva Ursi
1:50 Herbal diuretics #3 Horsetail
2:23 Herbal diuretics #4 Garlic
2:39 Herbal diuretics #5 Black tea
3:03 Herbal diuretics #6 Parsley
3:17 Herbal diuretics #7 Stinging nettle root
Today we’re going to talk about fluid retention and seven of the best herbal diuretics.
What are diuretics?
A diuretic is something that will release fluid from your body. There are synthetic chemical diuretics, and then there are also natural diuretics.
What causes water retention?
Probably the most common cause of water retention is high levels of glucose in the diet.
Herbal diuretics for fluid retention:
2. Uva Ursi
5. Black tea
7. Stinging nettle root
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