Drednik wrote:my theory is that hangovers ar caused by lack of food i.e bacon sandwiches. so if your drinking and you have a bacon sandwich you will be less likely to be hung over.
The Golden Rule for eating while drinking is not to eat while drinking. Wait at least three hours after your last meal, five hours if it was high in fat. Then drink. The liver does not efficiently metabolize fat in the presence of alcohol, therefore it should not be consumed. Call me a purist, but when I drink I prefer the taste of the drink rather than any food. I eat my food earlier in the day and allow my liver to exclusively metabolize alcohol during the drinking session.
The medical facts are clear: alcohol can prevent heart attack and ischemic stroke, and you can protect every cell in your body if you follow my advanced principles of nutrition
The main thing is that it can be done. I got tired of hearing that drinking is evil. I grew up in a family where people were alcoholics, but they didn’t beat up people, they were happy drunks. Functional alcoholics, they didn’t miss a day of work. There are two sides to alcoholism.
Chimneyfish wrote:Drednik wrote:The main thing is that it can be done. I got tired of hearing that drinking is evil. I grew up in a family where people were alcoholics, but they didn’t beat up people, they were happy drunks. Functional alcoholics, they didn’t miss a day of work. There are two sides to alcoholism.
~3L M3R0 CH1NG0N~ wrote: It is not alcohol that is to blame for problems in society, it is people.
deebocools wrote:I've experimented a little with not eating at all while drinking, think I'll try again. It might be for me.
BBoozer wrote:I don't know about this 'hydrating' stuff. A beer contains 95% of water, so I don't see the need for extra H2O.
Chimneyfish wrote:Yeah me too. That guy's got a lot of serious medical credentials and he's a drunkard like us, so I figure I should take his word for it. Being functional drunks who are smart about shit like this is what separates us from the weekend warriors and suicide cases. If I'm driving home with friends who want to stop at our favorite 24 hour Mexican place after the bar, then of course I'm going to eat one of their famous California Burritos. But if this is just a once-a-week thing instead of an everyday occurrence then I'm sure my liver won't be worse off for it. He advertises a system that allows for a long life of pleasurable, heavy drinking. That's enough to convince me.
Patchez wrote:I have done some extensive research in the area of hangovers. I have come to the following conclusion. Sleep causes hangovers. Think about it, you're drinking, having a good time, getting hammered, and you party right into the next day and evening's festivities. Perfect. The following weekend you do the same thing, party, carry on, drink, raise hell, everything is just fine when you go to sleep.....wake up, bam, hangover. Sleep was the only thing you did different. Sleep causes hangovers.
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