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We've all been there. The aches and pains, nausea, the extreme sensitivity to light - Hangovers are no fun at all, and we've spent countless mornings searching for a no-fail cure. 

Luckily, there's some great food out there that will naturally help your body recover by replenishing nutrients and hydrating.

Coconut Water

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This healthy beverage has become extremely popular in the past few years thanks to its great taste and health benefits. As an added bonus, coconut water can do wonders when you're struggling with a hangover.

In addition to providing a little extra hydration, coconut water is packed with antioxidants, which is one of the nutrients that alcohol specifically targets. The drink also contains potassium, an essential electrolyte that your body needs after a long night of drinking.

Pickle Juice

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After a long night of drinking, your body is all out of water and depleted of sodium. Luckily, those are two of the main ingredients in pickle juice! 

This one sounds a little less appetizing, but pickle juice's  many helpful nutrients can be a big boost when you're fighting a hangover. Sip on just a few shots of the green stuff and aside from the pickle taste in your mouth, you'll be feeling better in no time!


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You're going to eat breakfast anyway. Why not make something that will get rid of that hangover?

Packed with amino acids such as cysteine and taurine, eggs can help boost your liver function and help break down the toxins that are making you feel so awful. 


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We all love a warm bowl of soup when we're under the weather and hangovers are no exception. A bowl of chicken and rice soup can really hit the spot, especially in a body that desperately needs to restock on water and sodium.

Vegetables in the soup also contain toxin-fighting amino acids that will help your liver in the fight against toxins. 


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Oats are known as a superfood for a reason. Not only are they great for maintaining your overall health, but they also help replenish essential vitamins and nutrients.

Calcium, magnesium and iron are all provided by a heaping helping of oats. They'll also help raise your body's blood sugar levels, giving you a much-needed energy boost. 


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