Watermelon Mocktail

Our post on 25 flushing foods lists many naturally diuretic foods that you can eat to help ease discomfort associated with water retention. This recipe includes four simple ingredients – all naturally and mildly diuretic, that blend together to make a refreshing and delicious watermelon mocktail.

Naturally Diuretic Watermelon Mocktail

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  • ¾ Cup fresh pineapple, cut.
  • 2 Cups fresh watermelon, cut.
  • 1 Tbsp. Ginger root, minced (Alt. 1 tsp. ground dry ginger root)
  • 1 Lemon, juiced.
  • 1 Cup ice*

Makes two 8-10oz servings.

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Delicious and Refreshing


Cut pineapple and watermelon into chunks. Place ice into blender. Add pineapple, watermelon, minced ginger, and lemon juice. Blend until smooth. Garnish with extra fruit and/or lemon slice.

*Add ice to taste. For a more frozen watermelon mocktail version, freeze pineapple slices prior to blending, chill the watermelon, and add ice sparingly until desired consistency is achieved.


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