Certain foods and beverages and known to function as mild-to-moderate diuretics. That is, they increase the body’s output of urine. This can actually be a healthy thing, since increased flow of urine helps the body flush out toxins faster. However it’s important to remain hydrated and not eat diuretic foods if you are currently taking any medications which also function as diuretics.
So what about raspberries? Are raspberries a diuretic?
Yes, raspberries have been known to have a mild diuretic affect on people who eat them, The same goes for the rest of the plant, actually, and things such as raspberry leaves or raspberry extract teas can also be diuretics.