3 Subtle Ways Moderate Alcohol Consumption Is Ruining Your Health (And How To Feel 10x Better, More Energetic, And More Focused)

If you drink alcohol (even in moderation), you may be dealing with subtle symptoms that are having not-subtle-effects on your mood, energy, and focus. I’ll show you how to identify the signs and reverse the effects without needing to quit drinking or take on any extreme remedies that aren’t realistic and sustainable.

There’s something special about grabbing a cold beer or a glass of wine, sinking into the couch after a long day’s work, and putting on our favorite show. It’s relaxing, physically and mentally, and it’s a ritual many of us enjoy throughout the week.

When the weekend comes, a drink or two can help us better enjoy our time with friends and family, or simply add a nice little buzz to a day of chores and catching up on all the things that have piled up.

For most of us, alcohol is a regular presence in our life, and while we enjoy its benefits, we’ve also taken care to enjoy it in moderation. As a result, we believe ourselves to be unaffected by the risks and downsides that come with less moderate behavior.

But the truth is, even moderate drinking can have a MASSIVE impact on our wellbeing.

In fact, many of the common struggles that people associate with aging are the direct result of moderate drinking.

Subtle Sign #1 - Recurring feelings of fatigue and weakness

Do you feel tired more often than you used to?

Most people have accepted that their energy will decrease with age, and that’s true, but that decrease is supposed to be VERY SLOW and drawn out over decades.

They say the best lies include a kernel of truth, and this is why the link between moderate drinking and fatigue is so often overlooked.

You’ve probably heard that alcohol is processed by the liver. But, did you know that alcohol can affect your liver way before you experience any obvious symptoms, and even if you only drink in moderation? 

That’s what makes it so dangerous. 

Your liver is the “master organ” that filters out toxins and activates nutrients for your body and brain. But when you drink, your liver goes into “emergency mode”…Which means all its energy is focused on the alcohol, preventing it from effectively filtering toxins or activating vital nutrients. 

According to the American Liver Foundation, up to 25% of the population in the United States has some form of fatty liver, with that number increasing every year…

What’s the #1 initial symptom of fatty liver prior to it reaching the point of a medical diagnosis?

You guessed it.

Recurring fatigue and feelings of weakness.

Subtle Sign #2 - Increased brain fog, stress and distractedness

Do you find yourself regularly struggling to focus?

Do you feel constantly distracted by a vague sense of stress and apprehension?

The brain has four chemicals (neurotransmitters) that work to keep you calm, focused, motivated and confident.

GABA, Dopamine, Endorphins and Serotonin.

While most people know that large spikes in these chemicals make you feel great, that’s not really their purpose. Their purpose is actually to provide a much more moderate but sustainable sense of wellbeing.

When these chemicals are working as intended, you feel content, whole, focused, and at peace throughout the day.

But thanks to the damages caused by modern environments, our brains are producing less and less of these chemicals on their own. From the way our food is produced, to air and water quality… even the microplastics invading everything we use… our biochemistry has been completely unbalanced.

And this is where alcohol REALLY messes us up.

On its own, moderate drinking probably wouldn’t have THAT big of an impact. But when our body is already struggling to produce the feel-good hormones that keep us going, alcohol comes in and completely depletes what little our body was able to supply.

Not only does alcohol reduce our feel-good chemical levels, it also FURTHER reduces our production of them over time, AND creates a dependency on alcohol to get temporary spikes of GABA, dopamine, endorphins, and serotonin, instead of our brain constantly producing them to give us that sustainable feeling of wellbeing.

Have you ever felt like you can’t relax without a beer or a glass of wine?

Have you ever felt like you just can’t focus like you used to?

THIS is what’s happening.

Feeling foggy, stressed, and distracted is no way to go through life, and what’s worse… even if you quit drinking entirely, it can take up to a year for your brain to bring back these natural feel good chemicals on its own.

It needs help.

Subtle Sign #3 - Nutrient Deficiencies

It’s an established fact that alcohol  can interfere with your body’s ability to absorb and activate essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids (the things your body needs from food to work well). 

So even if you eat your fruits and veggies, your body has a harder time processing vital nutrients efficiently! 

This can lead to a range of problems like fatigue, weakened immune system (you’ll get sick more often), and just generally feeling bad. 

But here’s the real kicker: deficiencies in nutrients can make it much harder for your brain to produce its own feel-good chemicals naturally!.

The good news is that you can fix these nutrient deficiencies, and we’re about to show you how!

Here’s a new breakthrough that helps you naturally support your liver, your brain, and your overall sense of well-being …even if you want to continue drinking.

Hi, my name is Chris Scott, and I’ve helped over 10,000 people rebalance their mind & body with advanced nutritional strategies. I’m also the author of Drinking Sucks!, and a popular blog, Fitrecovery.com. 

I used to LOVE alcohol, but over time I just started feeling worse and worse.

I got panic attacks, cold sweats, and an upset stomach almost every single day.

I went all the way down the slippery slope, and ended up spending over $50,000 on rehab.

Fed up with feeling terrible all the time I decided to team up with PhD’s, Nutritionists, & other doctors to come up with a solution.

And what we’ve come up with is truly unlike anything else on the market (it’s also been lab tested).

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“I Created BioRebalance To Help You Love Life Beyond Alcohol And Become The Happy And Fit Person You Deserve To Be.”

-Chris Scott
FOUNDER, Fit Recovery
AUTHOR, Drinking Sucks!
COHOST, Elevation Recovery Podcast

Why I Created BioRebalance

Aside from my own personal struggles, over the last 6 years I’ve worked with a lot of people to help them achieve the balance they needed to start feeling, looking, and living better. 

What I’ve found is that most people have a hard time securing the quality of supplement they need, the right amount, or both!

This is why I researched and put together a premium blend so that you don’t have to worry about making dozens of right choices…

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So what are these very specific nutrients you need to repair your brain and body?

You won’t find these ingredients in clinical dosages in even the best multivitamins!

These nutrients work best together, and BioRebalance contains MUCH higher dosages than other products.

They are very safe, but some are potent mood-boosters, so talk to your doctor before taking BioRebalance if you’re on an antidepressant.

  1. Pure SAM-e: Enhances neurotransmitter production while protecting the liver from oxidative stress caused by alcohol. SAM-e is depleted in people with alcoholic liver disease due to insufficient enzyme activation.
  2. PPC (Phosphatidylcholine): Widely used in treatment of alcohol liver diseases and liver diseases of other origins. Studies show PPC improves liver function within a few weeks and protects against alcohol-related liver disease.
  3. DL-Phenylalanine (DLPA): Combination of two amino acids: DPA and LPA. LPA restores neurochemicals that combat feelings of lethargy, anhedonia (“pleasure deafness”), anxiety, and cravings. DPA neutralizes enzymes in the body that destroy endorphins, thereby increasing endorphin levels. Studies find that people taking DPA and LPA together alleviate withdrawal and have a quicker recovery without relapsing.
  4. L-Tyrosine: Increases natural synthesis of compounds that regulate adrenal stress hormones. Studies show that L-Tyrosine stops alcohol cravings and alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
  5. L-Glutamine: Precursor for GABA. Long-term alcohol use leads to severe deficiencies of two GABA precursors, L-glutamine and vitamin B6. Increasing natural GABA supply helps to decrease the severity of depression, anxiety and alcohol withdrawal.
  6. 5HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophane) & L-Tryptophan: Precursors for serotonin. Several investigations have found that 5-HTP and L-Tryptophan can reduce alcohol intake and craving, as well as suppress withdrawal symptoms.
  7. Magnesium Citrate: Magnesium is required for over 300 biochemical processes in the body. Sufficient magnesium is necessary for stable GABA levels, which help the brain-body system to relax. Magnesium citrate is among the most bioavailable forms of magnesium.
  8. Vitamin D3: This nutrient is a superstar for immunity. As a steroid hormone, vitamin D3 is involved in countless biochemical processes, one of which is the synthesis of feel-good neurotransmitters like serotonin. The majority of Americans are deficient in vitamin D3. Recent studies have linked vitamin D3 deficiency to a higher affinity for artificial rewards from drugs.
  9. Organic Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha is an herb used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine for its anti-anxiety effect. It is known to regulate responses to stress and reduce cortisol levels. Five recent intervention studies found that supplementing with ashwagandha resulted in significantly lower levels of stress and anxiety.
  10. Co-Enzyme Q10: CoQ10 is a compound contained in the mitochondria of cells, helping to generate energy by synthesizing ATP. It is also a potent antioxidant, mopping up dangerous free radicals such as those produced by alcohol detoxification. Since the body does not store excess CoQ10, continual supplementation is recommended for people who need it.
  11. Full B-Vitamin Complex: Long-term alcohol consumption result in severe depletion of all B-vitamins, which serve as co-enzymes in liver detoxification from alcohol, cell and neuron formation, and DNA synthesis. B-vitamin neurological functions are fundamental in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal to ensure optimal “neuro-homeostasis” and production of neurotransmitters serotonin, GABA and endorphins. A high dose of B complex not only helps fight alcohol withdrawal syndromes by increasing brain function, it also fight toxins in the liver and supports adrenal function.
  12. Vitamin C: Protects the liver and all cells in the body from alcohol’s toxic byproducts. Because it reduces inflammation, vitamin C has been shown to be helpful for treating alcoholic liver disease.
  13. Zinc: The combination of zinc, high dose vitamin C, and SAM-e provides strong anti-oxidative protection against alcohol-induced toxicity in the liver. Studies show that zinc is useful for treating alcoholic liver disease as well as for treatment-resistant depression.
  14. Organic Acai Berry: These incredibly nutrient dense berries from the Amazon rainforest include high levels of plant compounds including anthocyanins, a powerful source of natural antioxidants. The antioxidant power of acai berry has been measured at over 300% greater than blueberries.
  15. Chromium Picolinate: Increases receptor sensitivity to 5-HTP, enhancing serotonin synthesis and neurotransmitter homeostasis.

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Just take one scoop per day with a meal of your choosing.

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There are a few similar products out there, but none of them are in the same league as BioRebalance Restore. 

Most of them contain weak herbal extracts and a few B-vitamins.

But what if you were to buy all of the ingredients in BioRebalance separately?

Sure, you could do that.

But you’d end up choking down 30-60 pills per day, and obtaining them from reputable companies would cost nearly $375!

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The ingredients in BioRebalance cost $373.21 when purchased separately.

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