Zenesis Labs Water Weight Loss Review

by The Diet Critic on August 13, 2017

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Zenesis Labs Water Weight Loss is a dietary supplement designed to support the temporary relief of water weight gain. More specifically, this product is a water pill that works to eliminate excess water from the body. In doing so, it may help to relieve bloating temporarily and may also help to temporarily relieve swelling in hands, legs, feet, ankles and so on.

At the writing of this review, Zenesis Labs Water Weight Loss contained the following ingredients: Dandelion, Green Tea, Cranberry, Juniper Berry, Bucchu Leaves, Apple Cider Vinegar, Corn Silk, Paprika, and Watermelon.

Users are directed to take 1 capsule, 1 – 2 times per day with meals or as they have been directed by a healthcare provider.


Taking Zenesis Labs Water Wight loss could lead to the temporary reduction of bloating and swelling due to the diuretic ingredients. The reason is the vast majority of these ingredients are what are known as diuretics. A diuretic is something that essentially eliminates excess water from your system by making you have to urinate more frequently.

For instance, research has found that dandelion can enhance kidney activity and increase urination frequency. Juniper appears to have a significant effect on urine volume in animals and also does not appear to lower potassium. Green tea may help to flush excess fluid from your system.


Water pills don’t help you lose real weight. Water weight and weight caused by excess fat are not the same. You gain and lose water weight all the time, so while taking these pills may help you to cut down on bloating for a little while, their slimming effect is temporary. You will gain the water weight back. Moreover, they won’t help you shed fat, which is what needs to be done in order for long-term and consistent measurable weight loss to occur.

What’s more, if you take water pills for a long period of time, you could end up gaining more weight because your kidneys may eventually compensate for being overused. As a result, they will retain more sodium and water then they need, which will cause your body to swell (a condition known as diuretic-induced edema).

As for side effects, the most common that are experienced include frequent urination, dehydration, headache, lightheadedness, muscle cramps and fatigue.

You should also know that OTC (over-the-counter) diuretics are not the same as prescription water pills, which have been regulated by the FDA and are used to treat certain health conditions that may require fluid regulation in the body or could cause the retention of fluid. Such health conditions include: high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, kidney dysfunction, diabetes, etc.

If you have any of these medical conditions or another health conditions, you should speak to your doctor about Zenesis Labs Water Weight Loss or any other diuretic before you take them. Moreover, you should also speak with your doctor about diuretics if you are pregnant or nursing. Water pills should also not be taken by anyone under the age of 18 without first consulting a healthcare practitioner.

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