Drinking is the act of ingesting water or other fluids into the body through the mouth. Water is required for many of life’s physiological processes. Both excessive and inadequate water intake are associated with health problems. You rarely turn down wine with dinner, not to mention that second (or third) cocktail at happy hour—but that doesn’t make you a binge drinker, does it? It depends, but according to a 2015 report by the National Institutes of Health, an exploding number of Americans are in the drinking danger zone.
Regular exercise offsets the harms of alcohol including cancer and heart disease, research shows. It is found that adults who drink regularly but do an hour’s physical activity a day are no more likely to die than teetotallers. Experts say exercise counteracts many of the harmful processes which occur in the body after drinking alcohol. The findings by University College London and the University of Sydney researchers are further evidence of the enormous health benefits of exercise.
Most adults enjoy a night on the town with friends, enjoying the flow of drinks and conversation. But it can often come at the price of a sluggish morning. While part of a hangover may be dehydration and going a bit overboard the night before, a large part may be due to toxins that naturally occur in the fermentation and distillation process. BooZi is a purifier designed to remove impurities, known as negative congeners, from your favorite alcohol.
BooZi was submitted for third party testing to Coastal Carolina University. The tests showed that it was able to remove those impurities. In accompaniment with responsible drinking habits (staying hydrated and eating appropriately), hangover symptoms can be significantly reduced with the help of BooZi. This little purifier is reusable, each lasting through four bottles of hard alcohol or 12 bottles of wine. Plus, it has been shown to reduce sulfites in wines, helping those with sulfite sensitivities.
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