Yale University – Students Cure Hangovers?

A couple of Yale University Science students claim they have created a natural hangover cure. You are supposed to drink this concoction before a night of alcohol consumption. This product is considered a dietary supplement.

They named their concoction sunup. This drink is supposed to help circumvent loss in four key areas of your body that may cause a hangover:

* acetaldehyde buildup
* glutamine rebound
* immunologic disturbances
* vitamin & electrolyte loss

By drinking this liquid before consuming alcohol, your liver may not suffer as much damage. Maggie Morse and Liam McClintock worked on this mixture. They performed a test of their drink on friends and fellow students.

If you pledge $5 to their Indigo project you will receive one packet of Sunup. They claim they are going to start shipping packets April of two thousand seventeen. This powder is supposed to help you receive proper rest after drinking, which is a common problem after alcohol consumption.

“Although scientists are still trying to fully understand hangovers, there are four main contributors that have been identified by scientific research: acetaldehyde buildup, glutamine rebound, immunologic disturbances, and vitamin and electrolyte loss”

Uncle Lee’s Organic Green Tea – Review & Order From LuckyVitamin

I thought I would write up this review on both Uncle Lee’s organic green tea and LuckyVitamin.com. Uncle Lee’s organic green tea has been my tea of choice for around six months now. I have drank green tea since about two thousand ten.

I drank two large cups of organic green tea each day. I have bounced around drinking different brands such as Sprout’s store brand, Uncle Lee’s organic green tea, Dollar Tree store brand green tea, etc.. I’m not a millionaire so cost factor’s in my decision making process as well.

Uncle Lee’s tea ranges in price from $3.99 to $5.99 at Sprouts Farmers Market. Also, this tea is priced at $7.99 on UncleLee.com. These prices are for Uncle Lee’s organic green tea that comes in a 5.64 ounces or 160 grams box.

There are one hundred individual wrapped tea bags. This tea is United States Department of Agriculture approved organic. Also, this tea is ECOCERT SA organic certified.

Each tea bag is 1.6 grams. There are NO calories, fat, carbohydrates, and protein listed on a box. Also, each box has a “best by” year, month, and day stamp.

Organic green tea leaves more specifically camellia sinensis is listed as an only ingredient. A two thousand three study published in Nutrition and Cancer titled Catechins Content of 18 Teas found that Uncle Lee’s Tea included 76.7 milligrams of catechins per gram per tea bag. This was third place behind Lipton Green Tea with 84.3 milligrams of catechins and Celestial Seasoning Authentic Green Tea with 105.7 milligrams of catechins.

Catechins are a natural antioxidant. Finally, my order with LuckyVitamin.com went well. I received fifteen total boxes of green tea after five days.

I paid a total of $51.98 for these fifteen boxes with one hundred tea bags per box. I paid $3.47 per box not $2.25 as stipulated in first part of this video review on my Veganarchism.com YouTube channel. LuckyVitamin.com was running a fifty percent off sale.

I bought eight boxes at $4.52 each and received seven boxes for $2.26 each. Also, I received four Spry sugar free gum packets for free as gifts. Also, I received free shipping since I ordered more than forty nine dollars worth of items.

I received twelve of my Uncle Lee’s organic green tea and four free Spry gum packets five days after submitting my order. I am waiting for my other three boxes scheduled to arrive in a day or two. LuckyVitamin.com denied my affiliate application.

However, I will be looking for an affiliate so that I can sell Uncle Lee’s organic green tea on this website.