The Best Healthy Hangover Food Cures

If you're anything like me when you have a hangover, you aim for unhealthy greasy foods to eat and zonk out on the sofa for the day. But try some of these more healthy hangover foods next time you are telling yourself that you will never ever drink again...

While there's no magic cure for a hangover, these foods can help alleviate symptoms and speed up recovery.


Alcohol depletes your body of essential electrolytes like potassium. Bananas are rich in potassium and can help replenish your body's stores, aiding in muscle function and reducing feelings of fatigue and weakness.


Rich in cysteine, an amino acid that your body uses to produce the antioxidant glutathione, eggs can help counteract the toxic effects of acetaldehyde, a by-product of alcohol metabolism that contributes to hangover symptoms.


Known for its anti-nausea properties, ginger can be particularly helpful in reducing hangover-related stomach upset. You can consume it in various forms - as tea, raw, or in foods.

Water and Electrolyte Drinks

Dehydration is a major component of hangovers. Drinking water or electrolyte-replenishing beverages can help rehydrate your body and ease symptoms like thirst, dizziness, and headaches.


Like bananas, avocados are high in potassium and also rich in healthy fats. Eating avocados can help restore potassium levels and improve energy levels during a hangover.


A comforting bowl of oatmeal is not only easy on the stomach but also provides essential nutrients like B vitamins, magnesium, and iron that alcohol depletes. It's also a good source of soluble fiber, which can help stabilize blood sugar levels.

Chicken Noodle Soup

Often touted as a remedy for colds, chicken noodle soup is also excellent for hangovers due to its combination of fluids (for hydration), electrolytes (for replenishment), and easily digestible calories (for energy).

Tomato Juice

Tomatoes contain compounds that can accelerate alcohol metabolism in the liver. Drinking tomato juice might therefore help your body process alcohol more quickly while providing hydration and vitamin C.


Rich in fructose, honey may help your body metabolize alcohol more efficiently. It's also soothing for the throat if you've been vomiting and provides a quick source of energy.

Sweet Potatoes

They're an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, beta-carotene (vitamin A), vitamin B6, and potassium—all beneficial for restoring body balance during a hangover.


Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and B vitamins, salmon can help reduce inflammation associated with hangovers and replenish nutrients lost due to alcohol consumption.

Do you have any hangover foods that you swear by? Let me know in the comments.

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