Will we finally get an answer to the age old question, “Does size really matter”? Out of all of the myths about drinking alcoholic beverages, there may actually be some truth to this classic tale. The theory behind this is that a person that weighs more will need to consume more alcohol to exceed the legal limit as what a smaller person would need. A one hundred and ten pound woman versus a three hundred pound professional football player, will be going head to head in a drinking competition. To test this myth, and to see what does happen to each of them as they continue to drink alcoholic beverages from beer, to shots, and including an innocent glass of wine.
Key Points of Video:
- 1Women process alcohol differently than men.
- 2Your weight has a direct effect on the amount of alcohol you can drink and stay sober.
- 3Drinking the same amount of alcohol can result in different blood alcohol levels.
If you drink, you should have your own breathalyzer
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