March 6, 2008

Boozer Hangover Remedy

boozer_can.jpgThere are plenty of mornings when we wake up and give ourselves a pick-me-up with a quick Red Bull. We like it because it helps us clear away the cobwebs, and hell...anything tastes better than the roof of our mouths at that point. We've always thought it seemed like a perfect way to start a bleary day, but we might have found something that'll work even better. Check out the Boozer Hangover Remedy - half energy drink, half eye opener, half metabolic booster.

We nabbed some copy from their How it Works page, where they blinded us with their science.

After the initial consumption of alcohol, absorption begins primarily through the small intestines in 30 to 120 minutes, but partially from the stomach, esophagus and mucus membranes in 5 to 10 minutes. Once absorbed over 90% of alcohol is metabolized in the liver by three oxidative enzyme systems; alcohol dehydrogenase-aldehyde dehydrogenase system, microsomal ethanol oxidizing system (MEOS) particularly at higher alcohol concentrations, and a catalase oxidation system in the stomach when alcohol is first ingested. Boozer's multi-functional formula facilitates the metabolism of toxins and replenishes the essential nutrients due to alcohol depletion.
More details at BoozerHangoverRemedy.com.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at March 6, 2008 6:59 AM
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