1. Bloody Marys
Spicy, delicious, and brimming with tomato juice, celery sticks, and green beans, Bloody Marys are the boozehound's answer to a green smoothie.
"Bloody Marys are my top pick," Kimball says. "Nutritionally, tomato juice is rich in vitamins and minerals. Tomatoes also have lycopene, a cancer preventative. And nutrients are better absorbed from cooked tomatoes or tomato juice. So you get some really decent nutrition. And Bloody Marys are so filling, they can curb your appetite before that brunch."
One caveat: make sure the Bloody Mary mix is house-made, Feingold says. "If it's coming from a mix, sodium levels are probably high," she says. "[In that case], I'd go light on the mix and double up on the vodka."
Can we pause and applaud Feingold, who orders doubles and mimosas -- hold the OJ -- at brunch? She is a true day-drinking champion. And since you apparently just researched this shit on the internet, so are you. Another round of applause!