How to beat the Christmas party hangover
She says: “A smoothie made with berries, kale, pineapple, almond milk and nuts and seeds is my ultimate hangover buster.
“The foods are rich in antihistamines and will pump vital nutrients back into your system.
“I’d also recommend ginger, turmeric, coriander, parsley and thyme – all great anti-histamines.
“Some people even take a hay fever tablet when they’re hung over. And another natural anti- histamine is vitamin C. If you’re at a Christmas party, try to avoid aged cheeses, smoked meats and smoked fish – they will all make your headache worse the next day, as they contain high levels of histamine.”
Booze knocks our blood sugar levels out of whack, which causes low mood, low energy, sleep disruption and broken concentra- tion. Alice recommends a hearty breakfast to rebalance blood sugar – but steer clear of a full English. “Most people reach for a greasy fry-up when they’re hung over,” she says. “But it’s much better to have a breakfast rich in protein and whole grains.”
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