Reasons for water retention can be many, from habits, to your diet. An imbalance of hormones during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause and PMS can make a woman, to feel swollen and it’s no secret, that in many of them, the breasts are “full” a few days before the menstrual period.
An excessive intake of salt, sugar and fat can contribute to water retention, which further benefits for inadequate intake of vitamin B complex proteins.
Fast food and meals are a very physiological act, so the body starts to retain water, and we think we’re swollen in the abdomen and limbs. Also, chronic diseases such as kidney, lung, or arthritis can lead to water retention.
Parsley is an herb that is used as a spice and has magical powers. Its amount in food is still small, so it is not enough to start removing the accumulated liquid from the body. Parsley is an excellent ally in fighting urinary problems, kidney disease and strong diuretics.
As a means of protection can be used the roots and leaves of parsley.
There are many recipes for preparing parsley tea, a reader says, “Parsley is a real miracle, I was 158 lbs on Thursday, and two days later – 10 pounds less! It’s not about the weight of fat, but of the accumulated liquid, which I had gathered in my body.
Readers were asked to explain how and in what manner using parsley, after they lost 10 pounds for several days.
The recipe is quite simple.
In boiling water (4 cups), add 5 tablespoons of chopped parsley.
Leave the liquid to stand for about twenty minutes, then strain the tea or drink together with chopped parsley
Parsley tea can be consumed warm or chilled, as desired.