Alcohol. The intoxicating liquid countless people consume in celebration and also to drown their sorrows in. Most times, people get drunk just because they feel like doing so. 

All of us weren't born equal - some have great alcohol tolerance levels and some don't.

The ones that can't drink often find themselves in severe agony and perhaps in comprising positions the morning after. If you can't hold your liquor, the following advice is for you!

Know a friend who is a two-shot wonder? Have a female friend who gets drunk far too easily? Share this with them! Have fun, less-drunk!

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You do not want to wake up with your head stuck in there.

Here's the secret to joining your friends in party and celebration, being game and downing it all - without the consequences! 

Just a teaspoon of a common baking ingredient will lessen the effects of alcohol.



Jim Koch, the cofounder and chairman of Boston Beer company, let in on his secret of drinking all night long without konking out. 

Active dry yeast has an enzyme in it called alcohol dehydrogenases (ADH). Roughly put, ADH is able to break alcohol molecules down into their constituent parts of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Which is the same thing that happens when your body metabolizes alcohol in its liver. Owades realized if you also have that enzyme in your stomach when the alcohol first hits it, the ADH will begin breaking it down before it gets into your bloodstream and, thus, your brain.


He has swallowed the standard Fleischmann's dry yeast before he drinks, stirring the white powdery substance in with some yogurt to make it more palatable.

Here are some examples of dry yeast products:- 

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You may not find them in regular NTUC stores, so try out specialty baking stores like these:

There is a patented product called Prequel, an all-natural pill similarly designed to limit drunkenness. However, it was not a success.

'One teaspoon per beer, right before you start drinking.'


Via Yahoo Shine