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Water:

Nothing comes close to water when it comes to flushing out all the toxins that you would have accumulated in your liver and kidneys post all that binge eating and drinking, leaving them to function well. A study conducted by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Seattle, USA found out that women who drank more than five glasses of water each day had a 45 percent less chance of getting colon cancer and breast cancer than women who drank only one or two glasses. Thus, Aim for eight glasses a day, especially during the party season.

If you are tired of plain water, you can also opt for a glass of warm water, with a dash of lemon and honey. The lemon adds the Vitamin C which helps build immunity and also promotes digestion, while honey helps the body get rid of the toxins faster.

Cure your festive season hangover with these 11 food items

With the festive season reaching its peak towards New Year’s Eve, all carefully thought out diet plans go for a toss. And, if you have been hopping from one party to the other, chances are that you would be waking up, or rather going to sleep each morning, with a pounding head and a heavy stomach. While the fun is good as long as it lasts, the after-effects of a hangover are not exactly what you would have asked for.

So, to make your transition into the New Year easier, here are 11 food and beverage items that will help detoxify your body, and make you feel better after all that partying: