8 Nutritionists Reveal The One Thing They'll Eat When Hungover

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From ELLE UK

If you've been working hard during the week to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle, it seems kind of a shame to go and undo all that good work by eating four cheeseburgers and a Dominos just because you're hungover.

So to give us some ideas for vaguely healthy food that might still satisfy that hangover hunger, we thought we'd reach out to nutritionists and ask what they turn to when they've got a banging head the morning after the night before.

Here's what they said:

1. 'A filling porridge'

Rhiannon Lambert, a Registered Nutritionist and founder of leading Harley Street clinic Rhitrition:

'I'm never a big drinker, so it doesn't take a lot for me to feel the impact of alcohol! With hydration being a cornerstone of health living, I always remind myself to drink far more water on the day after drinking that I would normally so it could easily be over 2 litres. On the menu would be a refreshing smoothie bowl or a filling porridge with nut butter and berries.'

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