Online Masterclasses: Hangover Cure Food Recipes
Chef Craig Secker believes hangovers deserve better. Join his online masterclass to prefect good hangover food. Join Craig exclusively on Planet Eat bringing you carefully crafted hangover cure food recipes to help you on your way to recovery.
Planet Eat, an online food and lifestyle channel have put together a series of easy to follow, tasty recipes, to help cure your hangover. From hash browns with a twist to a triple decker sandwich, these dishes are guaranteed to inspire you to jump in the kitchen and whip up some incredible dishes, even when feeling the after affects of the night before.
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The Best Hangover Food Recipes in our Series
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Frequently Asked Questions about our Hangover Food Recipes
What is the best food to eat when you are hungover?
Most of us crave, a huge greasy breakfast after a big night out. However, there are some healthier, nutritious alternatives that may just help cure your hangover by putting back in some goodness to get you feeling back to normal.
Try drinking sports drinks or coconut water, these are full of electrolytes and essentially help replace the ones you lost during the previous night. Additionally, fruits, toast and fish are great to help provide an extra vitamin boot to help you get your head out of the clouds and feeling more like yourself.
Other foods which are great for hangovers are: eggs, spinach, avocado, meat (particularly beef and chicken), and potatoes (regular and sweet).
What’s the quickest way to cure a hangover?
Make sure you eat a good solid breakfast. This will help maintain your blood sugar levels and bring back some of those important vitamins and nutrients back into your body. Foods that are good for hangovers are carbs and fruits, so before you reach for a burger, maybe try a banana and some toast, then build up to the greasy options.
Additionally, stay hydrated, flush out the alcohol by drinking lots of water, also try sports drinks and coconut water to help with your sugar levels.
Is greasy food good for a hangover?
Essentially, eating greasy foods help the absorption of alcohol in the blood, however this is often a slow process, and is more effective is the greasy foods are eaten before and after. Hence the term ‘lining the stomach’ before big night out.
There is other, healthier, alternatives to help cure a hangover and get you feeling back to normal sooner, but let’s face it, the junk food does work. Just don’t expect it to happen quickly.
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