The alcohol which is consumed is usually absorbed into the blood stream after being processed and contributes to the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC). This is an important factor to keep in mind while binging on drinks while partying. Even more important is the time when your BAC can exceed the legal limit, which is during driving. If cops find that your BAC is higher than the prescribed limit when they pull you over, it could mean real trouble. So here are some factors which usually contribute to the alcohol concentration in the blood. Drink after keeping such factors in mind as they play an important role in the different effects seen in different people.
One extremely rainy day, I traversed a very small section of a heavily traffic-logged part of Bangalore in order to make my date with some delicious wine and brandy offerings by Sula Vineyards.
When I was younger, brandy was very much seen as a drink of the older generation – something to be had with hot water when you are down with a cold or flu, but over the last ten years or so I think there is a shift in perception. Noting this, Sula Vineyards smartly decided to experiment with a new variety of brandy – Janus Brandy.
Was recently loafing at Odyssey book store, when I happened to come across this diet book displayed very prominently amongst the Bestsellers section.
I have been on a weight plateau recently (neither gaining nor losing), and thinking that may be I could try out a diet. This is a new experience for me, because I have never dieted in my entire life. I have always managed to maintain a good physique solely through exercise alone.