6 Foods That Ease Every Hangover | When it comes to drinking, it’s all fun and games until someone wakes up with a hangover. The headache, fatigue, nausea and other less-than-fun symptoms can keep you from getting your day started. Unfortunately, there’s no magical meal that will totally cure your hangover, but there are certain foods that can help ease the pain. Check out our infographic for the breakdown of the best foods to eat to reduce your hangover symptoms—the healthy way.
Do you feel as though you're experiencing more hangover symptoms from wine than you used to? Perhaps you drink just one glass but still feel it the next day. You're not alone, and Dr Oz wanted to find out what was causing the strange phenomenon.
Nutritionist Laura Tilt says that they’re “chemicals produced during alcohol fermentation that contribute to hangover symptoms.“Congeners might make the alcohol taste nice, but they make us feel bad, because they are a type of toxin,” she explains. Bourbon is the worst offender for a pounding head.