I thought I ordered the delicious 7-layer burrito (minus rice) because I enjoyed the taste...I didn't realize there was a scientific reason behind it.
Let me preface this by saying, I'm not talking about the 2am drive-thru food after a night of drinking; that honor belongs to Amigos Crisp Pinto Burritos. I'm talking about the food you should eat when you drag your hurtin' a** outta bed.
Now if you don't live walking distance from a Taco Bell, then you need to contact the least hungest-over person you know and drop the "IF YOU FLY I'LL BUY" line on 'em. Please remind them that you have no intention to fly WITH them and you'll have to pay them back when you have cash on you because you "have no idea what happened to all the money you had last night". A good friend (or that guy who has a crush on you but no chance in hell with you) will do all of this for you willingly.
Here is why it HAS to be a 7-Layer Burrito:
Heavy drinking depletes the mineral potassium, which can lead to muscle spasms, dizziness, and weakness. Avocados/Guac will counteract that.
The body craves magnesium after boozing; muscle spasms, cramps, anxiety, and irregular heartbeats are some signs of a deficiency. Cooked beans activates B vitamins for energy metabolism and collaborates with calcium and vitamin D to help maintain proper bone health.
The 7-Layer Burrito gives your hangover a 1-2 punch. It may also provide unpleasantries for one's olfactory holes (nose), which guarantees that the friend who brought it to you won't stick around too long so you can take that much-needed nap. -montez
P.S. Here's a list of other good hangover foods...none of which the average person keeps in their house but it can't hurt to check, anyway.