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One Hour To Cut Your Hangover In Half With Fresh Mango
The not-so-merry truth of going to parties (post-work-pints included) on a weekday is that you still have to drag yourself into work after an evening of festivities, with each revelry compounding the pains of the morning-after. However, it's about to be an altogether more enjoyable experience, as Korean scientists have found that eating mango after drinking could take the bite out of hangovers.
In their study, mice that lapped up a solution of alcohol were fed either a liquid mango extract or water with a pinch of salt. An hour later, the mango group registered a blood-alcohol concentration of less than half the control group's. When the scientists examined the mice's livers, they noted an increase in two key enzymes responsible for nixing the noxious by-products of a night on the tiles.
For those understandably both short-of-time and blurry-of-eye in the mornings, don't squander precious minutes peeling your cure (in fact, best put the knife away altogether). A combination of mango's skin and flesh was found to provide the best liver-scouring effect. So get the hit of the whole fruit and you'll be back to you best by lunchtime.
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