hangover cure

5 Ingredients for a hangover cure

Last night may have been the most epic night of your life. Unfortunately it doesn’t quite add up to the way you are feeling right now. You’re battling with your liver, stomach and headache all at once. And the only thing you want more than making it to the toilet in time, is to still be alive by the end of the day.

You probably feel like only a miracle can save you now but we suggest you don’t wait for one.

Try some of these nutrients and ingredients to ease your suffering and cure your hangover. Just try to hold your head up till the end of this article (it’s not that long).

1. Bananas

Bananas for tiredness and nausea

Bananas are perfect to cure a hangover. They’re full of natural vitamin B, potassium and magnesium. Minerals you often lack when you’ve consumed (too much) alcohol. A lack of potassium can lead to nausea and tiredness. So with a busy day ahead we recommend you replace your energy drink with a banana. Another big plus: bananas have proven to reduce hangover symptoms by 50%. With odds like that, we suggest you take two.

2. Eggs

Eggs for protein,

Scrambled, fried or boiled, the choice is up to you. Eggs are great to help break down alcohol’s leftover toxins thanks to an amino acid called cysteine. They’re also rich of protein, which helps to reduce nausea and boosts your serotonin levels. Feeling a little depressed? Try an omelette with other protein boosters such as: cheese, bacon, beans or chicken.

3. Watermelon

Watermelon for rehydration

Hydration is key to cure a hangover. A water-rich fruit, such as Watermelon, is thus essential when you’re feeling weak or shaky. On top of this Watermelon is also high in fructose, vitamin C, B-vitamins and magnesium. The biggest bonus (at least for some) may be its positive effect on erection quality. Which can come in handy if your partner finds morning sex a great hangover cure.

4. Ginger

Ginger for nausea

This spice has a history of doing miracles for morning sickness. But it’s also a lifesaver after a night out to settle your stomach and reduce your nausea: typical hangover symptoms. You can chew it or add it to a cup of boiling water or green tea. Blend with juice to replace lost vitamins, raise blood sugar levels and rehydrate all at once.

5. A sports drink

Sports drink for when you're spinning

While sports drinks usually do more damage than good after a work out, it’s perfect after a night out. Sports drinks are full of fluid-balancing electrolytes. Which helps in case you, or everything around you, seems to be spinning. At the same time it eases your headache. To keep it healthy, you can always choose a low or no sugar sports drink.

Hoping to avoid that awful hangover next weekend? Try these ingredients to prevent your hangover!

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