WatermelonAlcohol can deplete your body of the nutrients it needs and watermelon is almost a sure shot way of replenishing the lost nutrients. Low blood sugar levels, can have you feeling weak and unsteady – all the more reason for you to eat a watermelon, which is rich in fructose content. The fruit, which is rich in water, boosts the hydration levels in the body as well.
BananasRich in potassium and magnesium, which happen to be the minerals that are depleted at an alarming rate while consuming alcohol, bananas feature next on the list, simply because they are rich in these minerals. An added bonus is the ability of the banana to work as a natural antacid, which helps settle your stomach and reduce the gassy feeling that you wake up with, post a night of boisterous boozing.
OatsAlcohol has a diuretic effect, which deprives the body of essential vitamins during a heavy drinking session. Oats, which is rich in vitamin B, is good for not just your liver, but your mood as well. In addition to this, oats neutralize the acidity levels in the body, absorb harmful toxins and raise the blood sugar levels in the body.
Coconut waterRich in electrolytes, coconut water serves as an excellent hangover remedy. As opposed to sports-drinks, which are carbonated, coconut water is excellent when it comes to hydrating your dehydrated body after a night of alcohol.
GingerAlcohol has the tendency to have you feeling queasy and there's nothing like ginger to settle your stomach and relieve nausea. The best way to consume it would be in its natural form, but for those of you who can't stand the taste, grate ginger into some hot water or into a fruit or vegetable.