Here are some hangover foods that will help in managing your after-party sickness, enabling you to start your day on a fresh note.
Not only is oatmeal a healthy breakfast option but it is also versatile — keeping in mind the number of ways you can experiment with it. Your favourite oatmeal dish will not only satiate hunger but will also cure a hangover by ensuring that the complex carbohydrates in it lead to a gradual release of sugar in your bloodstream. Thus, combating fatigue and low blood sugar levels that you might experience after a drunken night.
One of the easiest ways to curb post-drinking effects is to make sure your body has sufficient glutathione — an antioxidant that helps your body get rid of alcohol. Enter oranges.Replete with Vitamin C reserves, oranges are your safest bet to make sure that there is enough glutathione in your body.
A good dosage of B6 and B12 vitamins can render that terrible hangover powerless. Salmon is known to be a rich source of both these vitamins and quite helpful to keep hangovers at bay. Alcohol is also known to increase inflammation in your system, but don’t worry, salmon can help with that, too.
Considered to be the elixir of good health by fitness enthusiasts, green tea has its fair share of advantages in fighting off hangovers, too. The antioxidant-rich cup of tea prevents liver damage caused by alcohol and speeds up metabolism.
Green leafy vegetables, like kale and spinach, work wonders when it comes to treating hangovers. These vegetables contain multiple vitamins, minerals and fibres that will help reinstate your body. You can either add greens to your omelette or whip up a smoothie.
Source: Travel and Leisure India