5 Breakfast Foods That Help Kill Hangovers
Hey! How was your night? Were you sleeping in those jeans? What do you mean, “Stop shouting?” We’re not raising our voi—ohh, now we get it. You’re a touch hungover.
If you went hard last night, we have some advice on how to mitigate the damage in the morning. After you do the obvious thing—chug water like it’s your job—start soaking up the toxins with any of these breakfast foods. In the meantime, we’ll try to keep it to a low whisper.
Eggs on eggs on eggs. They have amino acids that help your headache go away and fortify your liver after your night of trying to murder it.
2. Miso Soup
You didn’t see this coming, did you? Let us explain: Miso is good for digestion. And the soup helps replenish your water and sodium levels. So yes, we’re going on record as recommending miso soup for breakfast.
3. Toast with Honey
Toast has the carbs to raise your blood sugar and the bland-ness to not upset your stomach, while the fructose in honey helps you more quickly burn off the alcohol in your system.
This stick-to-your-ribs staple is one of our favorites any morning. Plus, it can deliver B vitamins and calcium, neutralize acids, and raise blood sugar.
5. Bacon, Egg, and Cheese
You can’t go wrong with a classic. Here it is on a biscuit. You know what? We’re just going to make one now.
What are your hangover cures? Comment below!
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