do you Know the remsen, which reads: "Wine after beer gives the happy feel, beer after wine gives full pigs'?
If not, then the protests remsen, that it is most advisable to build a brandert at first to drink wine, and then beer, while the reverse cocktail is more risky - unless, then, one will be 'full of pigs'.
The old adage, however, can not be confirmed, according to a new, fun study by british and German scientists are behind, writes the Guardian, according to the Science.dk.
Both the mixtures offer the potential of solid hangover, the researchers conclude.
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In the studio you have used 90 subjects in the age group of 19 to 40 years. The subjects were divided into three groups:
1. A group drank white wine and then beer.
2. A group drank beer and then white wine.
3. The last group was divided in two: One group who drank only wine, and one that only drank beer.
the Researchers served prior to the experiment a dinner that was tailored to each of our needs.
Since poured the alcohol on the participants. All got, which was equivalent to an alcohol level of 0,11 percent, which corresponds to approximately 1.3 liters of beer and four large glasses of white wine.
After the festivities were all test subjects in a glass of water, which again was tailored to each of our bodyweight, and since they were sent to bed under the supervision.
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On the morning was the participants ' hangover measured through a number of factors such as thirst, dizziness, headache, fatigue, abdominal pain, heart rate, appetite, etc.
A week after the repeated the researchers throughout the experiment, but the subjects had changed group. So, those who last drank wine and beer should now drink beer and wine, and those who drank only beer, should now only drink wine.
After having analyzed all the data, scientists could then see that drinking-the order was not essential to "the intensity of a hangover," write the researchers.
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'We have killed remsen, it is not true,' says one of the researchers behind the study, senior researcher at Cambridge University, Kai Hensel, according to the Guardian.
'You will have it in the same way, regardless of what order you consume the alcohol in,' he adds.
the Study is published in the scientific journal the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
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