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Vegans are worse boys than meat eaters, study suggests

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The researchers found no significant differences in males were found in the subjects who drank two glasses of beer, followed by a four-glass or two of wine, four glasses of wine, followed by two pints of beer.

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A new study found that vegans and vegetarians can experience a hangover is more severe than meat-eaters do.

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Published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, researchers at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands is analyzed, and the after-effects of drink of alcohol in 13 social drinkers.

Twenty-three of tom’s symptoms were being monitored, the participants in a control night and during a late-night drinking, including headache, nausea, palpitations, vomiting, dizziness, sweating, sensitivity to light and noise, and thirst.

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During the study period, participants recorded everything that they ate and the analysis, discovered that individuals with less of nicotinic acid, also known as vitamin B3, and zinc in the diet and more, suffered from severe headaches. A low zinc intake, in particular, has been “significantly associated” with the vomiting, and low in nicotinic acid, is made the more severe the hangover symptoms are a result of the investigation.

Zinc is most commonly found in meat, seafood, and vegetables. Vitamin B3 is contained in animal products such as meat, poultry, and fish, as well as in whole grains, peanuts, avocados and mushrooms.

Rabia De LaTour, M. D., gastroenterologist and assistant professor of medicine at NYU Langone Health-it, says that vegetarians have a low alcohol tolerance is something that she has heard anecdotally from patients, but not in serious scientific back-up.

A low dietary intake of zinc, which is most often found in meat, seafood, and vegetables was “significantly associated” with the vomiting, and low in nicotinic acid, is made the more severe the hangover symptoms are a result of the investigation.
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“, Niacin, and zinc, are required to break down ethanol-the alcohol down into acetaldehyde,” she tells The Post. “You’ll need these two nutrients to metabolize the alcohol … It is common sense that if you are low, you will experience a more severe hangover.”

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However, in much of the zinc from the B3 is not an end-all cure for any Saturday night out on the town. The genetic make-up of the total food intake and other factors can determine how a person experiences a hangover, ” she says.

The LaTour warns of of of of of small study the findings are serious, and you should be wary of anything marketed as a hangover cure.

“Now, even if you are not … of package, to take one pill, and tell people that if they take the pill before they eat it, they don’t get a hangover, I don’t think we’re there yet,” she said.

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This article was originally published in The New York Post.

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