Best Hangover Food and Drinks

Getting Over a Hangover Vacaville Weight Loss

If you feel like your head is pounding, the room is spinning, nauseous, hungry, and just want to live in a cave forever, then that's what it feels like if you're hangover. It is one of the worst feelings in the world and it's usually the result of heavy drinking the other night.

Hangovers can ruin your day if you don't deal with it. It is important that the next steps you're going to will help cure that nasty hangover and allow you to carry on for the rest of the day.

The thing about hangovers is that it will make you crave for fatty, salty, and overall gross foods that are normally not part of the healthy diet that you're used to eating. If that's what your mind tells you, don't listen to it. There's a better way to help yourself especially on getting rid of those gross cravings.

If you don't want to continue feeling sorry for yourself, then there are dietitian-approved hangover cures that are sure to help you. You need to consume certain foods and beverages to stop these symptoms and bring back that sober self of yours.

Coffee - This one good but just a fair warning for anyone who's nauseous, drinking coffee can make you feel worse. If you're just feeling drained, coffee paired with some good foods can boost you up and even make you more functional. It's definitely the one to go for especially if you've had some commitments on the day of your hangover.

Smoothies - This beverage is refreshing and can be easy to make. The best part about it is that it can be filling so there's no need to pair with other foods. It can help if you're feeling dehydrated. To make it even more nutritious, try adding some blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries into the mix. You can also top it off with chia seeds and flax seeds since they're high in antioxidants. It's a great alternative to a healthy meal.

Eggs - Apart from being easy to make, eggs are also filled with protein. Protein is needed to help your body process all the alcohol that's entered into your system. If you want some additions to it, a simple toast will do. Just don't go the extra mile of adding bacons and sausages on it since you'll be introducing grease into your body, which is not a good combination when you still have alcohol in your system.

Chicken Noodle Soup - A good bowl of chicken noodle soup will do the trick. You normally crave for salty, fast foods during your hangover state but it's comfort food that you're looking for. This soup is great because there's some protein in the chicken, easy-to-digest carbs, and electrolytes from the broth. It is mostly used when you're feeling sick, and it will also fulfill your needs when you're hangover.

Salmon - This fish is high in antioxidants, which is helpful in fighting off inflammation that's associated with heavy drinking. There's a chance that inflammation will sink in especially that you've had alcohol in your system so eating salmon will surely be a great help. If you're also feeling puffy and dehydrated, salmon can also be useful for that situation. It is high in Omega 3, which makes it a good food choice.

Water-Rich Foods - Have you wondered why drinking alcohol can make you very thirsty in the morning? Well, it's because they're making you dehydrated and your body is now looking for sources of liquid. Watermelon can be an ideal option for that since they contain water and amino acids. Your liver is the one that's affected by alcohol the most and when you take amino acids, the building blocks of protein, it can benefit the liver since it's been busy with dealing all the alcohol that has entered into your system. There are also other fruits and vegetables that can benefit you like this which includes cantaloupe, cucumbers, strawberries, and zucchini.

Bananas - If you feel weak or out of whack, it's because your body has become deficient of potassium. For this instance, bananas will help you get out of that state. They're easily digested by your body, so there's no need to worry about getting an upset stomach. You can also take coconut water for this one since they're high in potassium. Avocados and orange juice are also a great option to consider.

Now that you've learned these hangover prevention tips, it's time you give it a try. If you need more information, go give Vacaville Weight Loss a call by dialing (707) 452-3377 since they can give you even more professional help for your hangover issues.

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