Final Information for my leaflet

Pamphlet info:
Lemon/Lime – High in vitamin C which increases the breakdown of alcohol
Ginger – Combats nausea
Banana, Kiwi and Spinach –  Filled with potassium which is an electrolyte that gets depleted when drinking
Tomatoes: Contain fructose and vitamin C to give the liver a boost It also contains lycopene, an antioxidant that reduces inflammation in the body
Eggs – Full of amino acids like taurine (boosts liver function) and cysteine (helps the headache)
Bacon – Contains protein which breaks down into amino acids. b vitamins
Toast/Crackers – Contains bland carbohydrates which helps raise blood sugar but don’t upset the stomach
Cheese – Contains fat and protein
Porridge –  Contains vitamin B, calcium, magnesium and iron these help to neutralises acids, and raises blood sugar
Coconut water – Contains five of the electrolytes found in human blood – most sports drinks only contain two
Coffee – Stimulant for fatigue BUT its a diarrhetic so lots of water before and after
Ginger tea  – Reduce nasea and motion sickness
Peppermint tea – Eases stomach pain and decreases nausea
Cranberry juice – Flushes kidneys
Oxygen – Increases the rate that alcohol toxins are broken down
Exercise – Releases endorphins
Lie to yourself – Pretend you got more sleep than you did and you will feel better
Sleep – If you have the time
Alcohol Information
In alcohol advertisements viewers normally see people having a good time with no worries, in reality many people die from alcohol related incidents. People look at those advertisements and subconsciously think drinking alcohol will have an amazing effect on their life. In reality, drinking is dangerous because it can easily be abused and can be very harmful
If you feel you or a friend are at risk of developing alcohol or drug related problems please feel free to get in contact with Divert:
Phone: 02871269327/ 02871273972
Baked Eggs
1 egg
Tin of Tomatoes
2 Slices of Bacon
25g Spinach
25g Cheese
1 slice Bread
  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Put the spinach into a colander, then pour over a kettle of boiling water to wilt the leaves. Squeeze out excess water and put into an ovenproof dish.
  2. Add tomatoes to the dish with the spinach. Make a small well in the centre and crack in an egg. Bake for 12-15 mins or more depending on how you like your eggs.
  3. Fry bacon, cut into small pieces. Grate cheese. Sprinkle both on top of the dish and return to the oven until the cheese has melted.
  4. Enjoy with toast, if you like.
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