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Discover the most “super” alcohol solution from fruit.


      A study by the Institute of Chemical Technology in India has found the most optimal beverage recipe made from extremely easy to find fruits.

Scientists from the Institute of Chemical Technology in Mumbai (India) have just released a study on the most effective drink and snack recipes. The good news is that these are all things that you can easily find and often have in the refrigerator.

The recipe for that juice is surprisingly easy: 10% coconut water, 25% green lemonade (a small, green-skinned lemon popular in Vietnam) and 65% pear juice. These juices help increase the activity of 2 alcohol-degrading enzymes in the body, thereby helping you to wake up quickly, eliminating the feeling of hangover that often lasts many hours after drinking alcohol, even if you are tired. the whole next morning.

There are 2 enzymes dehydrogenase (ADH) in the liver and aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) in the liver, kidneys, lungs. They have the ability to wipe out the accumulated acetaldehyde that causes fatigue and hangovers.

“Consuming this drink with a plate of cheese, cucumber and tomato can further reduce hangover symptoms,” said Dr. Shraddha Srinivasan, lead author of the study.

They also tested several other combinations, but none worked as well as the above.

However, if those ingredients are not available, you can take advantage of something else that is a bit less effective because it only helps to increase the strength of 1 of the 2 enzymes ADH or ALDH. These are avocado, wheat, turmeric, ginger, dates, cocoa.

The authors also note that many people feel so tired the next morning that they look for something caffeinated to wake them up: tea (green or black tea) actually helps reduce hangovers a bit. ; but a cup of coffee only makes you more uncomfortable. Coffee is one of the strongest ALDH-reducing foods, making your hangover last longer than usual.

Coffee is one of the things that reduces the ability of both enzymes to break down alcohol. The avoid list also includes raw milk, oats, peanuts, millet, corn, pepper, cloves, cumin, cinnamon, vitamin C, eggs, and commercial antiemetic products.

As for nutmeg, the rind is good for drinking, but the seed is bad.

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