Fatty foods can slow the absorption of alcohol if eaten before your big night out, but afterwards it's better to focus on fresh foods: vegetables, fruits, and nutritious plant-based foods.
For a dose of fat and grease, Daniels suggests working "good fats like avocado or smoked salmon," as well as poached eggs, seeds, and nuts, into your hangover brunch. "An example of an ideal ‘morning after’ breakfast would be a fresh fruit and vegetable juice, wholegrain toast for slow-release energy topped with sautéed mushrooms, spinach full of carotene, avocado, with good fats, smoked salmon with omega-3 and poached eggs with protein and vitamin A, D & B. Or a bowl of porridge with chopped berries and sunflower seeds," Daniels says.
If that all sounds too fancy, just slap some avocado and egg on top of some multigrain toast for a super-simple, Instagramworthy morning-after meal. Not convinced? Here are 21 more ways to eat avocados for breakfast.