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    Asparagus Found to Protect From Hangover

    Geo Beats

    by Geo Beats

    New study says asparagus can help alleviate asparagus symptoms.

    Scientists have confirmed lab test reports that say asparagus can help protect your body from the hangover effects of drinking too much alcohol.

    Researcher B Y Kim from Jeju National University in South Korea said: "These results provide evidence of how the biological functions of asparagus can help alleviate alcohol hangover and protect liver cells."

    The researchers have shown that the antioxidant and mineral properties of the asparagus leaf made it harder for the alcohol byproduct known as aldehyde, which is the toxin that causes nausea and head ache of a hangover to be metabolized.

    The research doesn’t mention if you should eat the asparagus before, during or after drinking and the results are only from lab tests so far.

    Symptoms like a head ache, upset stomach and dehydration are all possible effects from a person’s body processing the alcohol.

    According to most doctors though, abstinence or moderation in consumption of alcohol is the only sure fire way to avoid a hangover the next day.

    Other suggested remedies like more alcohol, a greasy breakfast, or exercise are all things that could potentially make your body more dehydrated and could be dangerous.

    What do you think is an effective cure for a hangover?