Morning Recovery Drink Review: Real Hangover Cure?

Morning Recovery Drink Review

My Morning Recovery Drink review is different than other morning recovery drink reviews that don't cover WHEN this 'hangover cure' works.

A REAL Morning Recovery Drink Review

This Morning Recovery Drink review isn't part of some paid marketing campaign...

I'm just a guy who likes health, but also likes to drink.

Sometimes my alcohol intake gets in the way of my diet and fitness goals...

A hangover kills my gym performance, the calories kill my diet.

While there isn't much we can do about the calories...

Morning Recovery Drink reviews we've been hearing would have us believe we can do without the hangover.

Wouldn't that be a dream?

Well, as you've no doubt heard, an ex-Tesla engineer and some of his buddies went on a mission to find the perfect ingredients for a morning recovery drink that would do the job and keep our most nasty hangovers at bay.

Are you skeptic yet?

I sure was.

I'd tried dozens of different "tricks" to avoid getting hungover...

From pre-drinking vitamin regimens

To intra-drinking hydration tactics

And even post-binging detox protocols.

Nothing worked.

Maybe they took the edge off. 

I mean drinking water between each drink can't hurt, right?

But it's hardly the sexy and elusive cure we're all hoping for.

That's why I took it upon myself, a big fan of booze, to give this morning recovery drink a real go...

Morning Recovery Drink Results: Does It Really Work?

Oh, where do I even begin?

I'm a stickler when it comes to proper research...

I wanted that double-blinded no-bias type of setup.

They call that the scientific "Gold Standard" after all and I wasn't about to half ass it.

I knew I shouldn't even taste the Morning Recovery Drink ingredients for this review...

Otherwise I'd know when given a placebo instead.

For this reason I enlisted a couple friends to control the situation.

There task was simple...

Pour the real recovery drinks into plain bottles...

Pour a placebo flavored drink into identical bottles (tiny indicators under the caps let them know which was which - only AFTER the experiment was finished).

Then it was my turn to do what I do best - get drunk as hell...

I downed shot after shot of quadruple distilled vodka.

I didn't change alcohol types to keep things easy to interpret. 

10 shots in all followed by 3 days break...

Then we did it all over again.

Each morning after I rated how I felt - nausea 1-10, headache 1-10, thinking ability 1-10

In the end - the second night of drinking was the clear winner in the hangover category.

This stuff actually worked...

I felt like I'd had 2 drinks instead of 10.

The ingredients are solid sure.

But then my friend asked me some questions I hadn't thought of...

"What about the huge markup?" he asked.

"You know, the fancy ex-Tesla engineer backing it..."

"The insane amount of promo money they've spent..."

"It's just DHM (Dihydromyricetin) right?"

He was onto something...

DHM IS the main active ingredient - and it's much cheaper elsewhere.

"Why don't we try the same test, only just using straight DHM?"

Damn, shoulda thought of that before.

So we ran it again...

This time with these pills (taken each night just as before).

The results?

SAME EXACT FEELING.

I know, I know...

It's a little disappointing.

I even felt a little foolish.

I bought into the sexiness of the drink...

It had so much hype, I HAD to try it.

Now after trying DHM in concentrated pill form - I'm sticking with it.

I LOVE the compound and if getting bamboozled was the only way I would've found out about it, well then that's fine by me.

Cheers to the future friends!

Krill Oil vs. FIsh Oil? Krill Oil Wins, Hands Down

Why Fish Oil is a Bad Choice for Omega 3's
 

  1.  It's not consumed well (your body utilizes phospholipids – fish oil comes in triglyceride or ethyl ester structure, so it is less bioavailable) 

  2. It can turn sour rapidly (particularly if the creator or dealer put stored it ineffectively – this is extremely normal, sadly) 

  3. It can be hurtful (mercury and other terrifying contaminants are a big issue – oils from enormous fish such as tuna have the highest amounts) 

The Takeaway: 

Want the long-term edge given by omega 3's? 
You ought to reexamine fish oil based supplements. 
For truly optimal mental and physical wellbeing. 

What to search for: 

So you know you need omega 3's that are very bioavailable. 
You know you don't desire a source that can go foul quickly. 
What's more, you know you need to keep away from lethal toxins such as mercury. 

Basically, your ideal omega 3 source would: 

 

  1. Be in phospholipide structure 

  2. Be shielded from turning sour as quickly 

  3. Come from a source low on the food-chain (huge fish eat little fish and the contaminants develop so on and so forth...) 

It's 2017, Time to Switch to Krill Oil

Krill oil has been around a couple of years yet it's use has only lately surged. 
 

Why? It doesn't have all the destructive things that can turn out badly with fish oil: 
Krill are super low on the food-chain. 
The oil is in phospholipid form. 
It has a stunning antioxidant that naturally secures it from turning sour (astaxanthin). 


It's also 40% more bioavailable, so you get more value for your money – in a healthier form. 
And since omega 3's have been shown to prevent depression, ward of dementia, and sharpen your thinking abilities, this relatively new supplement will only continue to gain popularity.
So in case you're not enthusiastic about eating fish regularly - you now have a better option.
Trash your old fish oil pills. 

Check out my livestream Krill Omega Plus review to hear my personal results!

[Don't lose your money to over-priced Krill OIl - this is the best bang for your buck]

Get your Omega 3's the best practice way. 
It's no trend, it's just science :) 

Squat Magic Review: Does Squat Magic Work?

Squat Magic Review

My Squat Magic review is different than other Squat Magic reviews you may have read. This is because the Squat Magic product is relatively new to the scene.

A REAL Squat Magic Review

Because Squat Magic hasn't been around long, many of the reviews you'll read will have been collected by the company selling it...

We all know those aren't always the most honest reviews out there.

For this reason I decided to do my own Squat Magic review and dive into the important things.

1) What is Squat Magic Supposed to Do?

2) Does Squat Magic Work?

3) Is Squat Magic Better Than Other Alternatives?

What is Squat Magic Supposed to Do?

This product is supposed to tone and strengthen your legs and butt.

This, of course, is what squats themselves do in the most basic sense.

Squat Magic is different because it allows you to add resistance to your squats without have a heavy bar and weights across your back...

This was hugely appealing to me because I suffer from lower back pain and anyway to eliminate the need for weight on my shoulders is a big win.

So basically, you could get a good workout to tone your glutes the way a traditional squat does, only without the added strain on your shoulders and lower back.

That's it in a nutshell - squats made much much easier.

Sounds pretty appealing. 

BUT...

Does Magic Squat Work?

Low impact exercises are amazing for reducing strain on bones and joints, that's for sure...

But they also usually mean less intense workloads and less muscle fatigue - not exactly a winning combo for muscle growth and fat loss 9 times out of 10.

Somehow, Squat Magic seems to have hit the sweet spot...

Using real resistance that can build real muscle tone, all while being easier on your body.

Squat Magic definitely has the power to change your body if you put in the time. 

Is Squat Magic Better Than Alternatives?

This one I decided to research more in-depth to give the best POV that I can.

So I've compared the results my clients have gotten using Squat Magic vs. my go-to program for rapid fat loss and body transformation.

NOTE: This program is designed for 35+ as it has a huge anti-aging component built in. 

The results weren't even up for debate...

My client Lauren (36, pictured) saw a remarkable transformation after giving the program I ALWAYS recommend first a real shot.

On the other hand, my client Tammy reported far less stellar results with Squat Magic - even though she was working out 2x what Lauren was doing!

Yep, Tammy was working out 180 minutes a week - with less to show for it...

It was crazy to compare but it really showed that gimmick machines can't hold a candle to science-backed techniques.

That is why I consider THIS ARTICLE required reading for women over 35 coming to me looking to tone and shape their legs and butt.

I'll be recommending that over any crazy infomercial fad every day of the week.

Thanks for Reading Friends! Until Next Time :)