Survive your next hangover by eating the right food
It’s inevitable. After a few drinks, the craving begins and you’re furiously smashing buttons on your cell phone hoping that if you keep pressing the number five long enough, a pizza will appear at your door.
In this week’s podcast, the Flavor 574 team delves into the world of drunk food.
If you’re like Krystal, maybe you’re planning out your meals at breakfast and making sure you’re good to go and can party all night.
If you’re like Joe, you play it a little loose when it comes to pre-gaming and just make sure you have something to eat. And apparently olive oil.
Foods that are high in fat, such as avocados, and protein will help you prevent that nasty hangover the next day.
Fortunately, there are solutions to help prevent a hangover if you’ve already started drinking, too. Specifically, and this may be a no-brainer, but water should be your best friend all night long. Ibuprofen can also help your next day aches and pains if taken before sleep, but avoid anything with acetaminophen as it can cause liver damage.
If it’s already too late, and you’re hanging your head in pain as you read this, there are still a few things you can do to help ease your suffering.
In particular, a bit of honey can help push the alcohol out of your system by replacing the sugars from the alcohol with quality natural fructose sugar.
For more tips, and the go-to remedies for the Flavor 574 podcast team, listen to the podcast below.