This Christmas, you need to know the perfect hangover trick.


This Christmas, you’ll need to know the perfect hangover trick.

If you’ve started receiving invitations and emails for Christmas drinks and events, you’re probably wondering how your liver will fare during the holidays.

Although the copious amounts of elf ales and prancer prosecco are likely to leave you feeling a little tipsy, one expert claims that there is a simple solution to your headache.

According to the NHS, men and women should drink no more than 14 units of alcohol per week.

To put it in perspective, one unit equals a small glass of wine, while two units equal a pint of low-alcohol beer.

If you’ve been drinking, you’re likely to wake up craving junk food, but according to one expert, this is the last thing you should reach for.

Keep it clean, says Nicci Clarke, a registered nutritionist and founder of Re:Nourish.

Nicci demonstrated how to make the ideal cocktail to help you get back on track.

“Blend together 300ml coconut water, a handful of kale, half a celery stick, a quarter of a cucumber, a handful of rocket, and half a lemon’s juice,” Nicci said.

“This is the ideal hangover remedy because it is high in antioxidants, vitamins, and hydration, which the body and liver require to recover from a hangover.”

However, while this drink will help if you already have a hangover, scientists have also assisted in the development of a drink that can be consumed prior to consuming alcohol and is said to help prevent a hangover.

Inside Out was developed by the Start-up Drinks Lab in collaboration with food scientist Sheila Kupschthe to help protect your body before a night out and reduce hangovers the next day.

The drink was developed over a 12-month period and is packed with antioxidants and pure extracts that have been scientifically tested to support a healthy liver and naturally detoxify your body.

Another way to prepare your body for holiday drinking is to eat a well-balanced diet, according to Nicci.

She advised that you try to limit your intake of foods that may be harmful to your liver.

“Don’t just eat foods that boost liver health; eliminate unhealthy habits from your life,” Nicci advised.

She recommended limiting fatty foods like takeout, cakes, and sweets, as well as salty foods like bacon.

She did, however, recommend avoiding alcohol and starchy foods like pasta and white bread.

There are other ways to protect your liver, according to Nicci…

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