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We have something exciting to share with you! mDesign has decided to reach out to our followers and ask for help. We want to come up with the quintessential signature drink for this upcoming holiday season, and we want you to participate! Our team has picked a drink recipe and four potential names. We want you to pick what our signature drink name should be!
Below are the top four drink finalists. Let us know your fav! All you have to do is go to our mDesign Instagram page and vote for your favorite! Anyone who casts a vote will be entered in a drawing to win a $50 mDesign gift card and an mDesign Polished Stainless and Bamboo 8 pc Cocktail Shaker! We will only accept one vote per person, so make yours count!
After sampling our fun holiday drinks, I thought it might be appropriate to include a few of our Staff’s holiday hangover recipes as well. So, here you go…You. Are. Welcome!.
Joyce’s Bloody Hangover Cure
These vitamin-packed healthy ingredients can do the trick. Tomato juice has a high concentration of the antioxidant lycopene, which helps to fight the toxins in your liver, sent there from the binge the night before. Lycopene has also been shown to improve brain function by monitoring genes that reduce inflammation and stimulate brain growth. Tomato juice isn’t the only healthy thing about this common “cure,” Worcestershire sauce, which combines anchovies, molasses, garlic, cloves, and chili pepper, is rich in Vitamin B6, which helps our bodies fight infection and aids in digestion. Due to a high content of niacin, or Vitamin B3, in anchovies, Worcestershire sauce actually helps our body break down carbohydrates and fats into energy. Yay!
Another ingredient in a Bloody Mary with hangover-expelling health benefits is lemon juice, which is essential to soothing your digestive tract and acting as a natural laxative. When alcohol enters your body, the digestive system immediately wants to get it out to try to minimize the amount absorbed directly into the bloodstream. But when your body prioritizes the digestion of alcohol, it puts other foods and nutrients on the digestive back-burner, which leaves you feeling constipated and bloated in the morning.
All in all, a virgin Bloody Mary (hold the insane garnish) has about 40 calories, 9 grams of sugar, and 10 grams of carbohydrates. That's less than a mimosa or even a nonfat iced coffee, and when you consider the added digestive and immune system benefits of a Bloody Mary, it is really worth a try to cure your next holiday hangover. And hey, if nothing else, it can’t hurt, right?
Laura’s Hangover Cure
As a little reminder, check out our recent Holiday Bar Cart blog to get some ideas on where you might like to spend your winnings.
Check out our full holiday blog series for more inspiration.
Joyce Colovas is a content writer at mDesign
and an avid lover of all things fun and fabulous!
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Nov 18, 2019
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