Tomato & Mozzarella Salad

Tomato & Mozzarella Salad

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Question by Gia: Question about tomatoes?
Are tomatoes a natural diuretic?

Best answer:

Answer by Rottie Mom
Not that I know of, and I’ve eaten a lot of tomatoes during my lifetime. Vitamin B6 is a natural diuretic, though.

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  1. Yes. “Tomatoes are rich in vitamin C which helps the metabolism and releases water from the kidneys to flush out waste.”
    Tomatoes also “contain potassium, which is a natural diuretic.”

    “All fruits and vegetables encourage the body to jettison fluid because they contain potassium, which flushes out both excess salt and water. Bananas, beetroot and tomatoes are particularly rich in potassium.
    Citrus fruits, melons, cucumbers, watercress, carrots, salad leaves and celery also have natural diuretic effects.”

    “The most common foods that work as natural diuretics are watermelon, cucumbers, watercress, artichokes, beets, oats and tomatoes.”

    Here’s some more natural diuretics:

    Good luck!!! Hope this helps.

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