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Watercress, as the name implies, has a very high water content. This refreshing vegetable is also good for keeping the body hydrated and ensuring normal kidney function. For those people who have been diagnosed with Bright’s Disease, making watercress your leafy green of choice is a wise move. Studies have linked watercress consumption to lowered toxin levels in the kidney, and more balanced fluid levels throughout the body. Furthermore, watercress is high in both vitamin A and vitamin C, two powerful antioxidants that can battle infections and promote rapid healing of damaged tissues and blood vessels.

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