How to Recover From a Food Binge Without Getting Off Your Couch

Victoria Hoff
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With the seemingly sudden onset of the holiday season, chances are you have a few big meals (and cocktails… and cookies) in your near future—as well as at least one pretty sizable one potentially behind you. And while stuffing yourself with stuffing is perfectly acceptable behaviour this time of year, it can also give way to the distinctive feeling that your insides are full of lead the following morning. Food hangovers: They're no joke.

But when you're saddled with post-binge bloat—and perhaps a touch of nausea, a headache, and the like—you're probably not gunning to hightail it to the gym. Nope. A day spent with Netflix in your pajamas sounds just about right, thankyouverymuch.

The good news is that you really don't need to exert yourself—or even lift a green juice, for that matter—to find relief from a heavy day of eating. Get situated on your sofa, queue up the Gilmore Girls revival, and keep scrolling to see how to de-bloat and reboot with little to no effort.

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