It's Sunday, May 6. You've woken up to a splitting headache and blurred memories of guacamole, laughter and salty, icy, tequila-laced beverages that seemed to never leave your hand. In other words, you had a great Cinco de Mayo, but now it's time to recuperate.
For starters, Fox News Latino suggests starting off your Sunday with a good breakfast, including eggs. According to the report, eggs contain something called cysteine, which breaks down a toxin called acetaldehyde in the liver. So, you'll feel full and a little less queasy.
The Fox report also suggests eating bananas just before going to bed the night you were out celebrating, or starting your day with one. Eating the fruit will help replenish potassium. And, since bananas are 75 percent water, it will help your body rehydrate, according to the article.
- For all 12 hangover cures from Fox New Latino, click here.
Blogger Misha Grosvenor for the Broward/Palm Beach New Times compiled a list of international remedies.
Grosvenor notes that a German dish of pickled herring and onions, also known as Rollmops, provides sugar and electrolytes. Something you need after a night of tequila!
Grosvenor also listed tripe soup as a hangover cure. The Turkish remedy is said to help you feel better because the heat from the chili peppers and the protein from the tripe (an edible portion of a farm animal's stomach) create a diversion for your stomach. So, instead of being constantly reminded of that stale tequila taste, you'll have something else to focus on!
- For all of Grosvenor's international hangover cures from the Broward/Palm Beach New Times, click here.