I love a glass of red wine at the end of the day.
In fact, right now I'm sipping on a lovely South Australian red while I type this.
Depending on where you are in the world, it is estimated that 70 to 80% of people who are 18 years or older have consumed alcohol at least once in their life and most of these people consume it regularly.
Most scientists agree that alcohol can be consumed long term with little to no side effects as long as it is consumed in moderation.
The problem however, is that something as fun as alcohol rarely gets consumed in moderation.
Now apart from heart health, liver health and immune function concerns what impact can alcohol have on our daily energy levels?
Odds are you, like most people, have been a victim of excess fatigue.
Have you ever had the privilege of experiencing a hangover?
You know, that feeling of being some kind of wounded zombie who cannot think straight and who's only priority is curling up into a ball and trying to shut out the world?
We feel you.
Over the years people have gone on and on about hangover cures and different strategies to help minimise the damage but none of them really do that much at the end of the day.
In our opinion, the best way to cure a hangover is to prevent it even happening in the first place.
There is some debate as to what specifically causes a hangover but most scientists agree that a depletion of electrolytes is often the biggest culprit.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)
What is Pantothenic Acid?
Known as the "anti-stress" vitamin by many, this little guy has been shown to help directly replenish the "adrenal glands" or help put more fuel back in the tank if you're feeling empty.
Some call it an underground Russian secret used by the the most powerful politicians, military men and athletes in Eastern Europe.
Some call it "just another ginseng".
We call it: Awesome
So just what is Rhodiola?
It puts the "I" in the revolutionary "IRP" formula that makes ReVive so effective.
What is Inositol?
Inositol is a natural substance found in many foods and is often included in B-Vitamin supplements to increase their effectiveness even though it is technically not a true B-Vitamin.