5 effectively simple ways to prepare your body for a wild party session or you’ll regret the next day


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Are you going to party soon? Maybe you thought that you’ve grown old, and you cannot party as ferociously as you did before. Or maybe, your friend’s getting married soon, and you’re invited to his or her wedding with free-flow beer! So there you are, lamenting your age, imagining those beers yet know that you’re not able to guzzle as much as you used to because you’re worried for your health. True or false?

Well, we won’t say age don’t play a part in your drinking ability, but there are ways for you to temporarily enjoy to the fullest without cause too much harm to your body. Read on to find out more!

Avoid the cocktails – for now
Heavy drinking can lead to fatty liver, which affects the way your body breaks down alcohol and food, causing you to feel tired and uncomfortable from a bloated stomach. So why not dodge the drink this month and save it for later when you have free flow beer to guzzle down? Your liver, the organ in your body that works hard to get rid of toxins and helps produce energy so the rest of you can work well, will be grateful for the break. Additionally, taking a supplement containing schisandra will help to protect your liver from accumulated fats and toxins.

Feed your body’s defence
You don’t want to fall sick right now, when the work year is still in the first quarter and you can barely afford to take a day off work, right? Give your body a full check-up to make sure it’s functioning as it should, then feed it all the good stuff that keeps it fighting fit. Try to eat only grass-fed beef and wild-caught seafood for those immunity-boosting omega-3 fatty acids, and take supplements containing Sesamin extract to combat oxidative stress.

Start the day with hot lemon water
About to have a long day (or night)? Skip your usual morning coffee–it’s a diuretic, which means it makes your body lose more water than usual–and instead go for a hot cup of water with a squeeze of juice from an organic lemon. Lemon is a natural cleanser, so it’ll help keep those toxins at bay. Plus, it wakes up the digestive system, allowing your body to absorb all the nutrients it needs.

Make every other meal a good one
We’ve all been through it–before you head out for afternoon cocktails at the beach or to a friend’s gift exchange, you tell yourself you won’t have more than two drinks or touch any chips. The next day, you wake up and it isn’t pretty–there are even salsa stains on your top. Don’t beat yourself up over it. After all, it’s a special occasion! Just make sure all your other meals are good ones, full of foods that promote liver health especially, like beautiful red beets and leafy greens.

Go for a run
Caught someone’s eye at a party and it made your heart flutter? That’s not enough. You need to put your heart to work so you can hit the ground running right after. If there just isn’t time in between your engagements to make an appointment with your trainer or attend a yoga class, just put on your running shoes and head downstairs. Only 30 minutes a day and you may never see that party-end hangover again.

Containing antioxidants to detoxify the liver, keep BRAND’S® Sesamin with Schisandra Extract on you at all times to work and play hard this party season.


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