Next time you wake up feeling terrible and heavy after a night out, and you’re not sure what to grab from the fridge, try combining some of these foods to whip up a healthy, de-bloating breakfast.
Cantaloupe: a great source of potassium, low in calories, and helps you rehydrate due to its high water content.
Watermelon: filled with 92% water, so you’re bound to rehydrate yourself properly.
Tomato: low in calories, but high in potassium and water content. They’ve also been found to reverse leptin resistance (leptin help you regulate your appetite).
Papaya: contains an enzyme called papain, which facilitates digestion.
Banana: loaded with fiber and potassium. They are also great to have before a night out drinking, instead of just the morning after.
Cucumber: contains silica, caffeic acid, and vitamin C, all of which are natural diuretics, meaning they help flush out excess water weight.
Sweet potato: high in potassium and a slow-burning complex carb, keeping your blood sugar stable.
Celery: packed with water, celery helps your body flush out extra liquids.
Lentils: packed with protein, fiber, and complex carbohydrates.
Spinach: has potassium, fiber, and vitamin C.
Almonds: loaded with protein, but stick with the natural kind and limit yourself to one ounce.
Quinoa: has many minerals your kidneys filter, including magnesium, phosphorus and manganese.
Coconut water: has potassium to beat the bloat.
Artichokes: one has about 7 grams of fiber, which does wonders for your digestive system.
Eggs: a great protein and healthy fat source, at around 70 calories per egg.
Avocado: high in potassium, fiber, and monounsaturated fat.
Lemon water: has a mild diuretic effect, to rehydrate you and stimulate your digestion.
Berries: low in calories and full of fiber and antioxidants.
Asparagus: source of the antioxidant glutathione, which detoxifies, and potassium.
Whole-grain bread: packed with fiber, which stabilizes blood sugar levels to keep you feeling full and content.
Oatmeal: great source of fiber, which helps you feel satisfied but not stuffed.
Leafy greens: super-low-cal, loaded with fiber, and ease water retention.
Probiotic yogurt: filled with good bacteria that promotes proper digestion, so you’ll have less bloating and less gas.
Apples: may help you eat less later, thanks to its filling fiber.
Green tea: known for its anti-inflammatory properties.