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Top 5 Hangover Foods

Update Date: Aug 23, 2014 03:09 PM EDT

Its Saturday night: maximum chances of getting into a hangover. Worry not, because here we present top 5 hangover foods that will have you up and running in no time. 

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Alcohol depletes the nutrients our body needs and watermelon is the best way to replenish the lost nutrients. Low blood sugar makes us feel weak and unsteady which is another reason for eating a watermelon, which is rich in fructose content. 


Bananas are rich in potassium and magnesium which are also the minerals that gets depleted while consuming alcohol. Bananas are also rich in antacids, which helps settle stomach and reduce gassy feeling that you wake up with in the next morning. 


Oats being rich in vitamin B, are not just good for liver but also for your mood. In addition, oats also neutralize the acidity levels in the body, absorb harmful toxins and raise the blood sugar levels.

Coconut Water

Coconut water is rich in electrolytes which serves as an excellent hangover remedy. It hydrates our body much better than anything else after a night of alcohol. 


Alcohol may sometimes make you feel queasy and there's nothing like ginger that can settle your stomach and relieve nausea. The best way to have ginger is in natural form but not everyone can stand the taste of it; for those, you can grate ginger into some hot water or into a fruit or vegetable juice. 

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