Gallery: 6 Natural Hangover Remedies to Cure What Ails Ya on New Year’s...

 

CARBS

If you're on a low-carb diet, ditch it just for today. One of the best ways to ditch that queasy, "if I eat something, I'm going to puke" feeling is to go against what your body is telling you and eat something - preferably a healthy portion of carbs to sop up all of that alcohol in your stomach and mix it with food as it processes in your body. It's best to go with something bland that won't upset your innards like bread with butter or plain pasta, or you might even want to top that pasta with sauce made from our next natural hangover cure.

BANANAS

You might have heard that bananas are favored by athletes because they contain potassium and it’s that same reason that makes them great hangover cures. When you’re hungover, your body has lost a lot of potassium that needs to be replenished, so eating a banana when you wake up will provide much needed relief. If you’re super queasy and can’t stomach the idea of munching a whole banana, a banana smoothie laced with some drops of the next hangover fighter on our list is a more palatable way to feel human again. Or, if you’re still able to stand after you get home from drinking, having a banana before you pass out will help start the recovery process even sooner.

HONEY

Honey is one of those miracle foods that has so many applications, and hangover help is one of them! The fructose in the sweet stuff helps your body metabolize the alcohol more and it also contains potassium, just like bananas. If you’re in a bad way, you can take two to six teaspoons of it every 20 minutes or until you feel better or you can combine its healing powers with bananas by using the recipe we linked to above for a double dose of feel-better.

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  1. RoyChirpster June 18, 2014 at 11:07 am

    peach of an article i found for beating hangovers – http://learntochirp.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/how-to-destroy-your-hangover/

  2. whatevr May 21, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    What’s all this about fructose “aiding” alcohol metabolization?

    Fructose is metabolized in the liver. As everyone knows, so is alcohol. If you want to give your body a break after boozin’, willfully ingesting extra fructose seems counter-intuitive at best.

  3. whatevr May 21, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    What’s all this about ‘frustose helping to metabolize alcohol?”

    Fructose is metabolized in the liver. As everyone knows, so is alcohol. If you want to give your body a break after boozin’, fructose seems counter-intuitive at best.

    Speaking of liver metabolism, stay away from tylenol/acetominophen/paracetamol for hangovers, folks.

  4. fthompson October 11, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Water is number one

  5. Health Guru January 2, 2013 at 7:53 pm

    BluCetin, all-natural extract derived from the Oriental Raisin Tree. This stuff has been curing hangovers for centuries and its finally made its way to America! Praised for its protective attributes, BluCetin has actually been tested at the UCLA Medical Center in regards to its effects against alcohol with astounding results. You can actually review the study in the Journal of Neuroscience. Now name another hangover remedy that’s backed up with credentials like that! They have free samples on their website, give it a shot.

  6. david katz July 24, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    OY! OK for sure, water is good for your body, your are 70% H2O. Drinking alcohol gets rid of a lot of it. Having a glass of water between each adult beverage helps keep you from dehydrating – and also can help you from assing out as quickly :-b Water before bed, water in the AM, with something like a wheat toast with peanut butter, banana slices and honey. there’s plenty of advice out there on how to Get Rid of a Hangover , you might just have to try around, until you find what works for you.

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