chad_k via Flickr Creative Commons Don't you dare underestimate the power of the lemon to cure your booze-fueled ails.
Is everything too loud this morning? If you partied so hard on New Year's Eve that your hair hurts, you need to act fast to ensure New Year's Day isn't spent shriveled in a ball on the couch. Clean Plate Charlie has been searching high and low this week to find as many tips and tricks as possible to help readers battle the dreaded hangover. (See links below.)
Raw food private chef Nina Kauder -- of Palm Beach County based Rawsome Eats -- has given us the nitty gritty details on the ultimate hangover menu, and why these foods are what the body craves. After the jump, find details on what you should consume from the start of the day to the finish, so that you'll feel back to 100 percent by the time the evening rolls around.
- Raw Thanksgiving Recipe: Butternut Squash and Apple Soup from Rawsome Eats Chef Nina Kauder
- Five Crazy New Year's Hangover Cures From Across the World
- New Year's Day Hangover Cures: Let's Get Scientific
- Want a Better 2013? Five Good Luck Foods for New Year's