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    You Ask, I Answer: Food ‘Soaks Up’ Alcohol?

    beerREX_228x320Is it true that if you’ve had too much to drink, it’s a good idea to eat something rich in [carbohydrates] before going to bed so the alcohol can be soaked up and you feel better the next morning?

    — David (Last name withheld)
    San Diego, CA

    Nope.  By that point, it’s too late.

    The key is to have food in your stomach before you begin to drink.  This ensures that alcohol will take more time to enter the bloodstream.

    For optimal results, eat foods high in protein, fiber, and fat prior to a night out, as these take longer to digest.

    An almond butter sandwich or a black bean and brown rice burrito would do the trick.

    Keep in mind, though, that this is only effective for slowing down the rate of absorption of alcohol.  Every gram of alcohol you consume will ultimately be absorbed.


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