food coma


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food coma

n
the feeling of sleepiness experienced after eating certain types of food, esp carbohydrates
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As we chilled out and struggled not to sink into a food coma, I reflected on Arab cuisine and its place in the culinary world.
Close by, and if you can get over the food coma, take a tour of the underground ancient catacombs and tunnels, the Napoli Sotterranea.
"Then go into a food coma," said Sloan, of Chicago, pausing as the friends dove into a half slab from Texas Outlaws Bar-B-Que.
ISLAMABAD -- It seems the word Food Coma is a term coined only for the month of Ramazan.
All three dishes have the heft to satisfy someone looking for a hearty lunch, but stop just short of inducing a food coma if diners need to go back to work after lunch.
Frankly, all this news made me want to stress-eat a giant steak and succumb to a food coma. But a spate of new studies have argued that cutting back on meat--way back--can help our climate enormously.
You may recall experiences of a "sugar crash" or "food coma" after consumption (or overconsumption) of high-sugar and high-fat foods.
LAHORE -- 7UP Lahore spent three days of April 2019 in a food coma, and there were no regrets.
'There was so much food,' said the singer, recalling the time he went into a food coma after he tried to eat a burger with 10 patties.
The slice of cake would have put one person into a food coma; was it homemade?
team, we love the perfect portion sizes that make for a great lunch option without sending us into a food coma before the work day is complete.