6 Vegan foods to eat before drinking alcohol 6 Vegan foods to eat before drinking alcohol

6 Vegan foods to eat before drinking alcohol

Ok, you are planning to have a night out with your friends, or do you have a special date and you want to avoid a hangover? Then you need to read about these 6 Vegan foods to eat before drinking alcohol.

Wine is great, it is said to be packed with antioxidants and to improve your heart's health. But if you are planning on having a night out, you might probably want to do without the hangover. If you happen to be vegan, the list shortens a bit, but don't worry, because we have the solution for you!

6 Vegan foods to eat before drinking alcohol

1. Bananas

Bananas are packed with antioxidants, they are high in potassium which is an electrolyte paramount for muscle and nerve function and it is helpful when regulation blood pressure. When we drink too much alcohol our body loses potassium that is why eating potassium-rich foods will make you recover easier from a nigh of excess. 

Bananas are packed with antioxidants, they are high in potassium

2. Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are great because of their complex carbs which help slow the absorption of alcohol in the body, they prevent spikes in blood sugar which is also great to prevent overeating as a result of drinking. 

Sweet potatoes are great as they slow down alcohol absorption.

3. Melon and watermelon

Melon and watermelon are good options because they are packed with water, which is good to get rid of post-drinking dehydration. 

Hydration is the key to avoid hangover.

4. Water

Alcohol is a diuretic, so it makes you suffer from dehydration, this is why drinking water between drinks will help you feel better. 

Make sure to drink water in between drinks and before drinking alcohol.

5. Avocado

Avocados are also a good source of potassium which is great to replenish electrolytes after alcohol consumption. 

Eat avocado before drinking alcohol.

6. Asparagus

Last but not least, asparagus are great for your liver and are great to repair damage caused by alcohol. 

If you are wondering how to include them in your diet, here are some ideas!!!

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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