Alcohol

Mixture of Alcohol and Artificial Sweetener(Sugar Substitute) May Make you More Drunker

Mixture of Alcohol and Artificial Sweetener(Sugar Substitute) May Make you More A sugar substitute, or artificial sweetener, is a food additive which attempts to duplicate the effect of sugar or corn syrup in taste, but often with less food energy.The sensation of sweetness caused by these compounds (the "sweetness profile") is sometimes notably different from as natural sugar, so they are used in complex mixtures. This may be seen in soft drinks such as soda labeled as "...

Alcohol and The Body

Alcohol and The Body Introduction Criminal lawyers who defend drunk driving charges must understand how the body absorbs, distributes and eliminates alcohol. In the pages that follow, forensic toxicologist Gerald Kupferschmidt discusses these and other alcohol-related issues. What the body does to alcohol. Alcohol absorption, distribution and elimination occur simultaneously and start with consumption. Absorption is...

Wine (One Drink Per Day): for Delaying Mental Cognitive Impairment

Wine (One Drink Per Day): for Delaying Mental Cognitive Impairment Depression is not a normal part of growing older, but it is common in adults age 65 and over. Retirement, health problems and the loss of loved ones are things that happen to older adults. Feeling sad at these times is normal.Abusing drugs or alcohol can also lead to depression. Some medical problems and medications can lead to depression. Smoking and alcohol use are often associated with each...

Shaking Our Salt Addiction

Shaking Our Salt Addiction We seem to have a special connection to salt. This humble seasoning, technically sodium chloride, so ubiquitous in our kitchens, has held a premier position in human society since prehistoric times. From piping hot french fries to the rim of a margarita glass, from expensive fleur de sel on a chef’s signature rib dish to the shaker on our family dining table, salt is everywhere. We connect to...

Coenzyme Q10: its Positive, Negative Effect and Effectiveness

Coenzyme Q10: its Positive, Negative Effect and Effectiveness Coenzyme Q10 is essential in facilitating the process that provides cells - and therefore, your body - with energy. As we age, however, its levels begin to fall. Exercise can also raise levels of coenzyme Q10.Coenzyme Q10 (coQ10) is a small molecule present in mitochondria, where it helps combine oxygen with "fuel" from carbohydrates and fat to produce energy also known as ubiquinone. All cells...

Evaluation of Drunkenness

Evaluation of Drunkenness Drunkenness is a condition produced in a person, who has taken alcohol in a quantity sufficient to cause him to lose control of his faculties to such an extent, that he is unable to execute safely, the occupation in which he was engaged at the particular time. The clinical diagnosis depends on the combination of a number of symptoms and signs, no single one of them being peculiar to this...

Parental Alcohol Drinking Even Effect Their Children Brain (Low Iq Scores)

Parental Alcohol Drinking Even Effect Their Children Brain (Low Iq Scores) Many teens like Anthony live with a parent who is an alcoholic, a person physically and emotionally addicted to alcohol. Alcoholism has been around for centuries, yet no one has discovered how to prevent or stop it. Alcoholism continues to cause anguish not only for the person who drinks, but for everyone who is involved with that person. Teens with alcoholic parents almost always report feeling...