Five Recipes to Help Ease Your Super Bowl Hangover
(NEW YORK) — If you partied a little too hard Sunday night, here are some recipes that will help ease your pain. From asparagus to fruit, these might help relieve that pounding headache.
Toast, Crackers or Bagels
According to the Mayo Clinic, bland foods can help settle an uneasy stomach after a night of drinking. Stick to toast, crackers or bagels if you’re a bit queasy.
Loaded with sodium and potassium, homemade chicken soup can help you feel better by replenishing electrolytes.
Fruits, full of fructose and vitamin C, can help burn off alcohol.
A study done by the Institute of Medical Science and Jeju National University in South Korea found enzymes in asparagus that help break down alcohol.
Recipe: Cat Cora’s Grilled Asparagus with Tangerine Aioli
To avoid further dehydration, avoid caffeine, which is a diuretic. Opt for the caffeine-free version of your favorite beverages.