Prevention—November 23, 2015
In a recent article by Prevention, HSS dietician Jessica Cording, RD offers insight in to the role diet plays in triggering thirst. "Foods that have a diuretic effect [think celery, asparagus, beets, lemons, melons, ginger, and parsley] can make you thirsty because they cause you to urinate more. Though these foods have a lot of health benefits, consider this effect yet another reason to incorporate a wide variety of fruits and veggies into your diet: You'll cover your nutritional bases and keep your thirst in check," said Cording.
Read the full article at prevention.com