What Ingredients Make ‘Last Night’s Mistake’ The Best Hangover Remedy?
Believe it or not, your favorite alcoholic drink actually robs your body of many important nutrients; these include Vitamin B and Amino Acids. When you wake up feeling ill after an alcohol binge, you’re experiencing the ill effects of vitamin depletion.
Out of all these, vitamin B12 and the Amino Acids are the most critical, as it disperses at a much faster rate than the others and the amino acids aid in removing the toxic Acetaldehyde.
Last Nights Mistake has put together the best performing vitamins and nutrients to ensure a quick hangover recovery to get you back on your feet. Hangovers are now a thing of the past, read below to find out why.
Studies have shown that Taking B Vitamins help relieve symptoms of a hangover. Those who take variants of B Vitamins experience less discomfort, impatience and restlessness than people who take placebos, according to a study led by M.A. Khan.
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is an essential nutrient that controls many vital bodily functions, including protecting the nervous system, maintaining healthy red blood cell production, and providing cellular energy. When vitamin B12 and Amino Acid levels are low, you may feel out-of-focus, fatigued, confused, and achy.
Other home remedies simply didn’t work as well because of their inability to quickly metabolize in the human body. Last Night’s Mistake has a plethora of B Vitamins to aid in a quick hangover recovery or just get your day started in a healthy way. Instead of reaching for that morning drink flooded with sugar, you can reach for the best energy drink alternative on the market - Last Night’s Mistake contains Vitamin B-6, Vitamin B-3, Vitamin B-9 (also known as Folic Acid), Vitamin B-12 to ensure a quick recovery and give you the energy to conquer your day!
2.) Amino Acids (L-phenylalanine, DL-Methionine, L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L Histidine, & L-Tryptophan).
Yeah you probably had some delicious pizza last night, but lets be real, that’s not the kind of food that will have you waking up bright and early, ready to tackle the day.
EVER wondered why you crave a generous plate of bacon and eggs for breakfast the morning after a big night out? Here's why.
Believe it or not what your body needs when you’re hung-over isn’t grease, fat and oil. The reason a big plate of bacon and eggs go down so well is actually the high protein levels of both foods.
Why? In the body, proteins are broken down into individual amino acids – the substance that helps detoxify your liver and, in turn, assists your recovery. Alcohol depletes the number of amino acids in your body so replenishing your stock come breakfast time will help get things ‘back to normal’.
This concoction of amino acids is designed to give you more energy, detoxify your organs, rid you of fatigue, feed your brain, and get you motivated.
3.) Enxyme Stimulators
Start protecting your brain from harmful foreign substances.
Every brain cell has a semi-permeable membrane that acts as a gatekeeper. It lets in the nutrients, water, and oxygen your brain cells need to survive while keeping out harmful foreign substances.
But brain cell membranes can get leaky, letting metabolic waste, heavy metals, toxins, pathogens and other unwanted invaders into your brain. It plays that important role in keeping the cell membrane integrity. Considering the brain-impairing side effects of alcohol, you’ll be glad to have this nutrient in your arsenal, keeping you sharp come morning time.
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