Watermelon, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots and cranberry juice are all natural diuretics that aid in reducing edema, according to Progressive Health. Additional foods that have diuretic properties are celery, grapes, artich... More »

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Fruits that are known for their diuretic properties include grapes, watermelon and cranberries; the latter can be consumed in berry, juice or supplement form. Although often erroneously classified as a vegetable, tomatoe... More »

Many plant-based foods, including squash, sweet potatoes, beans, broccoli and bananas, are high in potassium. Some animal products, such as pork tenderloin and yogurt, are also good sources of potassium. Adults need to c... More »

Studies suggest that broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, strawberries and whole grains may help prevent cancer, states WebMD. However, there is no credible evidence to prove that the foods can lower risks of cancer completely. ... More »

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One recipe for a healthy juice is as follows: take two collard green leaves, 1/4 cup of cilantro, one and one-half green apples, three medium-sized carrots, one-fourth of a medium-sized cucumber and 1 inch of fresh peele... More »

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The best vegetables for type 1 diabetics, according to the American Diabetes Association, are broccoli, carrots, cabbage, celery, eggplant, mushrooms, peppers, sprouts, salad greens, cucumber and rutabaga. Other recommen... More »

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Water workouts, walking and seated exercises are most commonly used to strengthen muscles and help to improve edema, according to Progressive Health. Swimming, water walking and water aerobics all help decrease fluid bui... More »

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