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Re: Amino Acid Question


 Someone suggested that prior to having a couple of glasses of wine that I take a supplement of amino acids, a particular one including L-Glutamine, L-Cysteine, N-Acetyl-Cystein, Acetyl L-Carnitine, Taurine and L-Asparagine. They indicated that it would better help the liver process the alcohol. I only tried it once and realized it made me ravenously thirsty. So much so, I didn't even want my wine! I drank a ton of water. Now I'm wondering if it helps the body by processing the alcohol or just makes you not want to drink it. I do love my red wine so...

Any thoughts on this?

Alcohol is dehydrating by itself.  But if alcohol does not make you this thirsty normally and you are not diabetic then I would suspect that you are raising your angiotensin II levels, primarily by the asparagine.  Angiotensin II can cause severe thirst.

 

 
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