If you are currently horizontal on your living room couch or you woke up feeling helplessly full from last night’s holiday extravaganza, you’ve come to the right place. As many positives as we take away from the holiday season, it never fails to bring certain gifts we wish we could return: bloating, sugar-induced breakouts, inflammation. For this kind of hangover, we’re gonna need to call in the experts.
Katie Dunlop of can help us pinpoint the causes and cures of our post-holiday hangover. Check out the following recipes that may help stimulate healthy digestion and get our bodies back to feeling energized and bloat free. For more recipes and tips to feel your best, even during the holidays, check out her guide, .
Looking for an early morning beverage that’s a little easier on your empty stomach than coffee? While this turmeric, coconut oil, honey, and ginger-infused milk doesn’t have caffeine, its ingredients give you and , making it the perfect way to start your post-holiday recovery.
Remember those pretty dandelion weeds we used to pick as kids and make a wish on? Well, their roots found their way into this pressed juice recipe… yes, they are actually edible! With spinach, cucumber, parsley, and pear (and dandelion root), you’ll be wishing you found this recipe sooner.
(Micro)wave goodbye to holiday-season scaries with this meal-prep vegetable soup that you can reheat in seconds. Loaded with a variety of veggies like carrots, celery, kale, and cauliflower, this is a must-have to get back to your healthy habits.
Looking to make your butternut squash a bit jazzier? Look no further than this cinnamon roasted recipe. With the benefits of cinnamon, you’ll be sprinkling this super spice on everything.
While you maybe thought feeling better would take a miracle, all you really need is a little magic, literally. Blue Majik is a blue-green algae that resembles green spirulina. With killer benefits like , blue is definitely the new green.
When your stomach needs a little TLC after the holiday food marathon, try this carrot soup. With a kick of spice thanks to ginger, cumin, and chili powder, this recipe will kick that food hangover to the curb.
What says "refreshed and rejuvenated" better than relaxing in a tropical paradise? This smoothie combines pineapple, spinach, ginger, and coconut milk for a fruity, sweet sip that does wonders for regulating your system.