3 Hidden Dangers No One Told You About Alcohol

If you’re a 'social drinker', you may have one of these 3 hidden dangers…Here’s what you can do to stay safe

So, I know a lot of people like to unwind with a nice glass of wine or a cold beer every now and then. But, the truth is, even moderate drinking can be REALLY bad.

But, don’t worry, there’s some good news! There’s actually a way to start feeling naturally blissful, enjoy higher energy levels, and get deeper sleep.

The most obvious solution is to quit drinking entirely…But that’s a choice only you can make. And even if you do that, you’ll still want to reap the huge benefits I’m about to teach you about.

It’s all about tackling this first hidden sign.

Hidden Danger #1 - Sluggish Liver (read on, I promise this isn’t what you think it is)

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 symptoms, and even if you only drink in moderation? 

That’s what makes it so dangerous.

You see, 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 (which is dangerous in itself), and now you can’t effectively filter toxins or activate vital nutrients.

Talk about a ‘Double Whammy’.

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

Hidden Danger #2 - Declining Brain Function

GABA, Dopamine, Endorphins and Serotonin.

These four brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) are CRUCIAL to your ability to stay calm, motivated, and confident.


Over time, alcohol reduces the production of these chemicals, and your body stops making them in adequate amounts to feel naturally good.

The brain basically says, “Sorry feel-good chemicals, you’re fired and alcohol is taking your job!“

Since all of your neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) are connected, alcohol ends up taking other natural chemicals hostage as well.

Do you know what this means?

You start to forget how naturally good you’re capable of feeling without alcohol…Do you remember being a little kid and running around in a state of pure happiness?

You can get that feeling back as an adult, but not if you’re feeling mentally foggy and tired from drinking!

Feeling tired and foggy is no way to go through life, and it can easily make you feel more stressed out and less emotionally resilient.

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. Which is why so many people have a hard time taking a long break from alcohol.

Recent studies have shown that a moderate drinking habit can increase the stress you feel – even when you’re not drinking!

Hidden Danger #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.

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Why you can’t achieve the same result with basic vitamins.

You’re probably wondering why you can’t just pop a multivitamin and call it a day. Well, here’s why:

When you take normal vitamins, they’re not in liposomal form, or methylated, which means most of them aren’t absorbed in your body.

Methylating is kind of like translating a language. If you come across something in another language, you might understand some of the words, but not all of them. 

This is why your pee turns bright colors after you take a multivitamin…Most of the nutrients aren’t absorbed in your body, and they pass right through you.

Plus, vitamins and minerals are just the tip of the iceberg.

In order to get the same amounts of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, & amino acids found in BioRebalance, you’d have to choke down 30+ pills per day.

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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!

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The BioRebalance Formula: Why It Works

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 of them powerfully increase serotonin and other “feel-good chemicals”, so talk to your doctor before taking BioRebalance if you’re on an antidepressant.

Amino acids are included because they are the most essential precursors for “feel-good chemicals”:

  • LPA (L-Phenylalanine) – Precursor for dopamine. Low dopamine levels are associated with feeling unmotivated, unsatisfied, and lethargic. (References 5-8).
  • DPA (D-Phenylalanine) – Neutralizes enzymes in the body that destroy endorphins, increasing endorphin levels. (References 3, 4, 13).
  • L-Tyrosine – Supports natural synthesis of dopamine and epinephrine, which regulate adrenal stress hormones. (References 9, 10).
  • L-Glutamine – Precursor for GABA. Increasing GABA naturally may help to promote emotional stability. (Reference 14).
  • 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophane) – Precursor for serotonin. Several investigations have found that 5-HTP may be helpful for reducing unhealthy cravings. (Reference 12).
  • SAMe (S-Adenysol-L-Methionine) – Enhances serotonin and dopamine production while supporting liver function against oxidative stress (References 15-17).

Antioxidants and minerals are included to support healthy neurotransmitter levels and foster whole-body health:

  • Vitamin C – Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and may support liver function. (Reference 32)

  • B Complex – Vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B9 (folic acid), B12 (cobalamin). B-vitamins serve as co-enzymes in liver detoxification processes, cell and neuron formation, and DNA synthesis. Their neurological functions are fundamental in supporting “dopamine homeostasis” and production of the neurotransmitters serotonin, GABA and endorphins (References 1-4). A high dose of B complex not only supports cognitive function (Reference 20), it also supports liver detoxification and adrenal function (Reference 21).

  • Chromium – Increases receptor sensitivity to 5-HTP, supporting serotonin synthesis and dopamine homeostasis. (Reference 33)

  • Zinc – The combination of zinc, high dose vitamin C, and SAMe provides strong anti-oxidative benefits. Studies show that zinc may be useful for supporting liver health and mood stability. (References 34-35).

  • CoQ10 – CoQ10 is a compound contained in the mitochondria of cells, helping to generate energy by synthesizing ATP. It is also a potent antioxidant, helping to promote the body’s defenses against free radicals. Since the body does not store excess CoQ10, continual supplementation is recommended for people who need it.

Essential Fatty Acids are included because they support liver and brain health:

  • PPC (PolyenylPhosphatidylCholine) – Studies show PPC promotes liver function. PPC actually surrounds every cell in the body, and it’s one of the most potent and well-studied liver support compounds. (References 15, 18, 19).

Three natural bioflavonoid compounds are included because they stand out for their benefits in supporting the gut-liver-brain axis:

  • Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) – Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine for its calming effects. 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. (Reference 28)
  • Acai Berry Powder – 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.
  • Red Beet Root Powder – Red beet root powder is a potent source of anti-inflammatory antioxidants and has been shown to help increase nitric oxide levels in the body. Nitric oxide is necessary to promote blood vessel dilation and circulation, thereby helping to ensure the delivery of critical nutrients to tissues and cells.

How BioRebalance Works

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.

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Sure, you could do that.

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The ingredients in BioRebalance cost $373.21 when purchased separately.

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What People Are Saying About BioRebalance

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