10 Best Foods to Eat Before Drinking Alcohol


As we are heading into the holiday season...here are 10 foods you should consider eating before drinking alcohol.

Eggs: Snacking on protein rich foods like eggs before drinking alcohol can help slow the emptying of your stomach and delay alcohol absorption.

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Bananas: because they’re made up of nearly 75% water, bananas can help keep you hydrated.

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Salmon: salmon is also high in protein, supplying a whopping 22g in each 4 ounce serving, which may help slow the absorption of alcohol.

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Greek yogurt: offering the perfect balance of proteins, fats, and carbs, unsweetened Greek yogurt is one of the best foods you can eat before a night of drinking.

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Berries: they’re also rich in water, helping you stay hydrated, which minimizes the effects of alcohol and prevents dehydration.

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Melon: these fruits are also rich and important electrolytes, such as potassium, which can quickly become depleted with excess alcohol consumption.

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Avocado: this is because fat takes much longer to digest then protein or carbs, which can help slow the absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream.

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Sweet potatoes: complex carbs are composed of larger molecules that take longer to break down, which can be beneficial for reducing the effects of alcohol on your body.

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Quinoa: its particularly high in magnesium and potassium, two minerals that can help minimize electrolyte imbalance is caused by drinking alcohol.

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Asparagus: in addition to supply an assortment of important vitamins and minerals, asparagus has also been well studied for its ability to promote liver health.

Remember to drink responsibly and in moderation! Don’t waste away all your hard work by drinking your calories!

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