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With New Year’s Day falling on a Sunday—already a popular brunch day—a number of restaurants across the nation are offering special “Hangover Cure” brunch menus and drinks.

The specials range from a lucky black-eyed-pea brunch concoction at FARMBloomington in Bloomington, Ind., and pepper martinis at MASA in Boston to cure-associated menudo, the traditional Mexican soup, at Frank’s Kitchen in Denver, Colo.

“It gives us something to market on the first day of year,” said Frank Berta, owner of Frank’s Kitchen in Denver. “As the weather turned colder here, we wanted to have a soup special. Menudo is traditionally considered a hangover cure in Northern Mexico and the Southwest.”

Berta said he is relying on a friend who has made menudo for more than 30 years to help with the New Year’s Day preparation of the soup and its main ingredient, tripe. Frank’s Kitchen is promoting the special through email, its website, a blog, Facebook and Twitter.

In Indiana, FARMBloomington is offering a variety of New Year’s-luck dishes on its menu, which is also being billed as a hangover cure because, as Ben Hutt, morning sous chef, said, “we have the best eggs in town and those are good for a hangover.”

Picking up on the Southern tradition of eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day, Hutt said FARMBloomington is offering, among other special brunch dishes, a Hoppin’ John Eggs Benedict, with braised black-eyed peas, green-chile hollandaise and ham on a buttermilk biscuit for $14.

Hutt said he personally wasn’t planning on a hangover of any sort. “It’d be a very long day if I did,” he said with a laugh.

At Ray’s & Stark Bar in Los Angeles, executive chef Kris Morningstar has created a “Hangover Menu” for New Year’s Day that the eatery said “is designed for those seeking to reenergize after a long night of holiday festivities.”

Among items Morningstar is touting on “The Hangover Helper” menu is a buttered brioche with griddled onions, Sottocenere cheese, prosciutto rossa, wild arugula and a sunny farm egg.

At MASA in Boston, executive chef and owner Phil Aviles is offering up the “Bloody Martini,” which is also known as the “Dirty Diablo.”

“It may not be pretty, but neither is a nasty hangover,” spokesman Chris Haynes said.

The Bloody Mary mix alone has 22 ingredients, including chili peppers and in-house infused habanero tequila, and the martini is finished off with a pinch of chipotle.

“This is definitely not your average Sunday morning Bloody Mary,” Haynes said.

“Initially, we were going to pitch it as a Sunday brunch item,” he said, but decided to wait for the New Year’s Day Hangover Cure pitch.

“This year is special because New Year’s Day is on a Sunday,” he said. “It’s not a big push to get people to brunch. My idea was to market it toward the hangover.”

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How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


How to get rid of a hangover with these food and drink remedies

There’s no real cure for a hangover, but these foods and drinks can help lighten the blow.

While doctors say time is the only thing that will truly heal the aftermath of overindulging in a few too many drinks, some foods like bread, rice and bananas can help absorb the alcohol to help the body speed up its recovery process.

“There are a plethora of hangover products on the market that tout the ability to reduce the chances of or prevent a hangover altogether after a night of heavy drinking, but in truth, the only proven way to prevent a hangover is to abstain from alcohol,” Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told FOX Business.

Here are the best options for what toꃪt and drink if you’re nursing a post-New Year’s hangover:

Black currants

Research suggests that black currants, the vitamin C-rich fruit loaded with antioxidants, are the ultimate hangover helper said to assist the body in breaking down alcohol, according to research by professor Derek Stewart of Scotland’s James Hutton Institute, as reported by the Daily Mail. 

Black currants are loaded in vitamin C and can help assist with a hangover, research suggests.

Tomato juice

Here’s a convincing reason to opt for a virgin Bloody Mary. The compounds naringenin and lycopene found in tomatoes could help reduce hangover symptoms like headache and fatigue. Research suggests that tomato juice can accelerate the rate that enzymes break down alcohol.

Tomato juice contains enzymes that can break down alcohol fast.

Pedialyte

Adults have raved about using the electrolyte-laden drink after indulging too much. Pedialyte contains added sodium, potassium and sugar that can help replenish the body of lost electrolytes when you’re dehydrated. Glatter says the product could help users feel better.

The brand, marketed for children, has been targeting the drinking-aged crowd in recent years. Pedialyte put out fizzy powder packets last year during New Year’s Eve in cherry and grape flavors.

Avocado

The popular green fruit spread over toast contains compounds that are said to help protect against liver damage, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The ubiquitous fruit seen around brunch menus is also loaded with potassium, which is depleted during heavy drinking.

Avocado toast could be a good idea to order after a hangover.

Bananas

Potassium is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes. The yellow fruit is also high in fiber and slow-digesting carbohydrates that can help stabilize blood sugar levels, Glatter explained.

Potassium in bananas is key in helping the body build up its electrolytes.

Eggs

Bellying up to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich might not be a bad idea. Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Eggs are rich in protein and cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body produce the antioxidant glutathione, which is depleted when you drink, according to Healthline.com.

Honey

The high fructose in honey has been proven to assist with hangovers. A study of more than 50 adults revealed that a spoonful of the sweet topping could help the body expel alcohol faster.


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