Did you party way too hard last night? We all can get a little carried away sometimes, but a hangover doesn’t have to be an all-day thing! Be sure to bookmark this article for later because you may need it soon, especially considering the fact that Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner. Take note of these three best (and worst) hangover foods.

Best Foods

Eggs

Here’s another reason why eggs are the perfect food: They’re loaded with amino acids, such as cysteine and taurine, which help soak up all that alcohol the morning after. So, be sure to whip up one or two eggs along with your breakfast the next time you have one too many drinks.

Chicken noodle soup

There’s nothing better than a hot bowl of chicken noodle soup when you’re feeling under the weather, but did you know that it also works wonders if you’re dealing with a nasty hangover? The noodles will replenish all the nutrients lost the night before while the chicken naturally cleanses your liver of toxins.

Oatmeal

The essential nutrients that are in oatmeal work to neutralize your body’s acids while giving you a quick energy boost. For faster relief, try drizzling a little honey on the top to burn off alcohol.

Worst Foods

Greasy foods

Pizza, burgers and fries, doughnuts, and fried chicken – don’t do it! If anything, it’s far better to consume these foods before the drinks start flowing to keep the alcohol from being absorbed into your bloodstream. Pigging out on greasy, fatty foods the morning after can actually irritate your stomach. Not fun!

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