Discovering more uses for Booze Burner

Discovering more uses for Booze Burner

You may have heard of or seen this colorful package called Booze Burner. Its brightly colored packaging reminds some people of those multi-hour energy shots. Inside the packet you will find a couple of little blue and white capsules. These “Booze Burners” are engineered as alcohol metabolizers so the body can recover from the ethanol (aka. booze) in alcoholic beverages at a much faster rate than normal. This stuff really works! This all natural blend of enzymes, vitamins and minerals is your ticket to avoiding a hangovers in the first place.

Besides the obvious benefits to drinkers, there are a few other uses of Booze Burner, even if you’re not a drinker. These little capsules can help you detoxify, restore energy and lose weight!


Many of the toxins we ingest are absorbed in two primary ways: a) through your aqueous (water) system and b) your fat cells (i.e. non-aqueous system). Typically when a person drinks alcohol, you can make yourself “toxic” since the alcohol is mixed with water. There are a host of other water soluble toxins we take in such as those found in refined sugars, artificial sweeteners, starchy foods like pasta, junk food (many containing excess salt), acidic sodas, and some found in coffees and teas. Other toxins such as pesticides, some oils and fats, the byproducts of artificial sweeteners, some medications and recreational drugs, and environmental pollutants tend to be stored in your fat cells.

The foods you should avoid eating while you detox are:

Red meat: Avoid it while on a detox diet, because red meat is harder to digest and contains a high level of fats. It should also be avoided because it contains a high level of salt and food additives. Replace red meat with chicken, fish and eggs.

Refined carbohydrates: Refined carbohydrates, including cookies, biscuits or anything you are tempted to snack on.

Fats: Fats like butter, margarine, fried foods and mayonnaise are off limits too. Use virgin olive oil in your cooking and on salads.

Refined sugar: Avoid eating foods full of additives, including those containing excess sugar. Cold cuts are full of food additives which intoxicate your body. During a detox diet, don’t eat junk food.

No beverages: Don’t drink regular tea, coffee or soda pops. Drink at least 8 cups of water daily, natural plant teas and freshly made fruit and vegetable juices.

Another deterrent to good health is stress, which triggers your body to release stress hormones into your system. While these hormones can provide the ‘adrenaline rush’ to win a race or meet a deadline, in large amounts they create toxins and slow down detoxification enzymes in the liver.

We suggest eating some of the right foods (see below), drinking plenty of water and replenishing those lost electrolytes with Booze Burner. Exercise, sit in the sauna and “sweat out” the toxins you may have consumed. Booze Burner is packed with anti-oxidants (vitamin C and vitamin E), and nicotinamide, which is a powerhouse to help push out toxins. In fact, nicotinamide has been use as an effective treatment for acne and used by some cancer patients in combination with intravenous vitamin C. Booze Burner contains calcium, magnesium and potassium (which are lost during exercise or hard drinking) and milk thistle which helps repair your liver.

Aside from the wonders of Booze Burner and water, there are many natural foods that help a body detoxify. Here are a few:

Green leafy vegetables: Green leafy vegetables are our greatest friends in detoxifying the liver. They have great chlorophyll content and can be consumed in diverse forms; raw, juiced, in gravies, etc. Since the ancient times, they’ve been a favored remedy for people with a toxic build-up.

Fruit: They’re full of essential nutrients like Vitamin C, fiber, nutritious fluids, and a variety of healthy antioxidants. Besides, nothing tastes better than a ripe mango, fresh berries or a perfect pear.

Lemons: Lemons are an all time favorite. They have the ability to convert toxins into water-soluble components that are easily flushed away. Vitamin C content in lemons is very high, and C is considered the “detox vitamin”.

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