Power-packed alternatives to help cure the worst hangovers
MSG-Filled Instant Noodles Vs. Shirataki Noodles
It’s time to replace your favorite instant cup of comfort with these miracle noodles. The zero-calorie noodles contain 97 percent water and three percent fiber. Glucomannan, a viscous fiber found in shirataki noodles, reduces blood sugar and lowers cholesterol levels.
Goto Monster Vs. Adlai Caldo
Drank too many cocktails in the club? These teardrop-shaped grains called adlai are known to have sugar-lowering properties. A good amount of garlic and ginger may also help ease nausea and alleviate pain and headache.
Tapsilog Vs. Tuna with Upo and Okra Seeds
Skip random trips to the nearest tapsilogan and prepare a healthy version at home before going to a party. Instead of rice, cook upo and okra seeds, both good for digestion. Rich in minerals and omega-3 fatty acids, tuna is said to replenish lost energy and nutrients. Optional: Add eggs, which have the right amino acids to decrease toxins.
The Greasy Burger Vs. The Real Mushroom Burger
Portobello mushrooms make good buns, too. Instead of using white bread buns, pop the huge mushrooms into the oven for a few minutes. Mushrooms are packed with selenium and B vitamins. They are a good source of antioxidants and nutrients vital in detoxification processes.