Have eggs for breakfast
Eggs are packed with B12 and hardworking amino acids, like Cysteine and Taurine. Cysteine gets rid of the toxins that cause hangovers and Taurine boosts liver function, so eggs are a great idea the day after. If available to you, try to go for the organic and pasture-raised kinds.
Get your potassium
Avocados, dates, and leafy greens contain potassium which is an important electrolyte that is probably depleted after a night of drinking. Try them together with frozen berries (we love wild blueberries that are packed with antioxidants) and your choice of clean nut milk for a refreshing smoothie that will help you feel restored and renewed.
Sip Bone Broth or Miso Soup
Bone broth and miso soup can be super helpful when it comes to replenishing sodium and hydration levels, also, you will appreciate their salty and comforting warmth. The probiotics in miso soup can also help calm your stomach.