Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by albutt, Jun 18, 2008.
What is a safe time after taking gluc to start drinking without the superdrunk effect?
i think what you want is sesa...?
an hour is fine and it doesnt happen to everyone.. it happens especially with mixed drinks.
this is the reason why girls will seemingly get drunk faster. .they order liquor drinks with diet soda.. no sugar to process means the alcohol gets into their blood more quickly.. that's effectively what you're doing when you're adding glucorell-r to a sugary drink..making it diet, thus the uptake of the alcohol happensmore rapidly.
All carbonated drinks get you drunk faster because its absorbed faster.
no, seasapure helps with the hangover
this effect varies significantly. its not entirely clear what causes it. It is likely related to upregulation of ADH as well as blood and blood/brain uptake modulation
basically some people will get drunk faster and more intoxicated, other people it will increase the rapidity of metabolism (making it harder to get intoxicated)
yes it does
why are you bumping all this old stuff
this particular thread is a little old, but with halloween coming up. And thus the drinking binges about to begin, thought it was relevant.
Drinking binges begin every friday, not just this one.
starting this weekend implies stopping last weekends
gluc helps uptake carbs so gets you MORE drunk which is what he's asking about
yeah I'm sure it's not business related