Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 29, 2016 12:00 pm
So maybe you had a few too many holiday beers or that extra glass of Champagne?Â Whatever you indulged in, itâ€™s time to face the consequences.Â If crawling back underneath the duvet isnâ€™t an option, then weâ€™re here to the rescue with the three fastest and most effective ways to zap your hangover!
What to Eat, What Not to Eat
Thereâ€™s a myth that rich foods somehow â€˜soak upâ€™ the toxins that are making you feel so awful, but itâ€™s just that; a myth.Â Avoid fatty, heavy foods and the likes of waffles or hash browns. Theyâ€™ll just place more pressure on your already stressed-out liver.
Often mistaken for Mexican Independence Day (which actually falls on September 16), Cinco de Mayo celebrates the Mexican Armyâ€™s astonishing victory in 1862 over the almost undefeated French military at the Battle of Puebla.Â Itâ€™s a day to toast Mexican bravery, history and pride.
Cinco de Mayo is celebrated around the world and in Puebla itself, parades and re-enactments take place alongside traditional Mariachi bands, fabulous Mexican food andâ€¦beer.Â And tequila.Â Maybe a couple of margaritas.
You get the picture.
Without further ado, here are our three awesome tips on how to have a fantastic, roof-raising Cinco de Mayo, without the morning after hurting too much.