Nutritionist gives tips on how to cure a food hangover

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The day after Thanksgiving can make people feel ill if they didn’t hold back during the big feast.

Shelley Rael, a registered dietician nutritionist, said “food hangovers” are real.

“You would probably feel tired, maybe feel a little bit of a headache, but more likely, it’ll be feeling full, some bloating or gas, maybe some heartburn,” she said.

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