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what alcohol detox diet is help with alcohol withdrawal?

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When I stop drinking, I feel hungrier, so I eat to replace them. But a system used to digesting gallons of beer suddenly has pounds of meat and cheese to work on.what alcohol detox diet is help with alcohol withdrawal?
asked Jan 8 in Health by susu

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Withdrawal from alcohol is different for everyone.  When detoxing, you’ll likely be told that first and foremost in importance is water. Hydration is important in general, and especially when withdrawing from alcohol as the body is adjusting to less fluid intake than typical. But certain food groups also have benefits when it comes to the discomfort of withdrawals and detoxification. The following foods can aid in the detox process.

The first is fruits and vegetables.

It is known that the fruits and vegetables are rick in fiber and it can be diguested quickly. Additionally, people withdrawing or detoxing from alcohol may often crave sweets. Fruits contain sugar, which can fulfill the craving for something sweet while not weighing too heavily on the person’s stomach since appetite tends to decrease during the detox stage. According to Mayoclinic.com, some go-to fruits and veggies include raspberries, pears, oranges, strawberries, bananas and figs.

The second is whole grains.

Carbohydrates are vital for recovery, as they provide fiber and energy, which the detoxer may be lacking. Of course, refined grains such as white bread also offer carbohydrates for energy, but are a less healthy option in the long-run. Whole grains contain more fiber, resulting in feeling fuller and not causing the body any digestive issues.

answered Jan 30 by Katelyn
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I know some food can help with the alcohol withdrawal such as fruits and vegetables, the whole grains, anything containing vitamin B, proteins low in fat and cayenne pepper. 

The fruits include oranges, strawberries, bananas and figs. Foods high in vitamin B include salmon, broccoli, asparagus, and romaine lettuce. As to the protein low in fat, fish and lean beef are highly suggested. cayenne pepper to foods can reduce alcohol cravings and increase appetite. This is beneficial because in detox, appetite’s are often suppressed and vital nutrients are not received. 

answered Jan 30 by April

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