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Truth be told, there’s only one surefire way to stop a hangover, and that’s to prevent it from happening in the first place. But that’s the last thing you want to hear the morning after New Year’s Eve, St. Patrick’s Day, your birthday or a surprise all-nighter. What you need on those sorry mornings is comfort and sustenance, stat. According to takeout ordering service Just-Eat.ca, chow mein, pizza, poutine and pho take some of the top spots on Canada’s hangover delivery Top 10, as measured by the day-after-St.Patrick’s Day sales. But if you’re feeling brave enough to cook for yourself –– or too wretched to face the delivery person — we’ve compiled some of science’s best hangover soothers. If you know you’ve got a big binge coming, stock up on ingredients or do some pre-cooking and save your wretched future self the trouble.

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