What are best ways to reduce water retention during menstrual cycle?
One simple way is avoid salty foods - this reduces water retention overall.
Use Omega 3 fatty acids (in pills or food), evening primrose oil capsules (they have gamma linoleic acid--good to mitigate water retention) whole foods, and gains in your diet.
EXERCISE! Sweat it out. I'm serious. Do some cardio, at least an hour, to get an awesome sweat going. DO drink water during the workout, but the sweat will help reduce bloat associated with excess water retention caused by the menstrual cycle.
Reducing salt intake is a good way. It is difficult if you consume processed foods because sodium/salt is usually present in fairly high doses.
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