IE is the skinny ass guy with the speedy metabolism going to metabolize his alcohol quicker and consequently sober up quicker?
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How fast your body processes different substances is dependent on too many other complicated factors. In other words, just because your body burns an assload of calories a lot faster, doesn't mean your liver is able to process alcohol faster.
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From what I understand he will burn the calories faster, but not the alcohol.
But it should also take less alcohol for them to get drunk, so maybe they would sober up quicker then
Never looked into it but I really doubt it. Different metabolic pathways. I'd think it mainly depends on the amount of alcohol dehydrogenase a person has.
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for sure no, but for the time there are many factors: metabolism, weight
Not related. It really depends on the person but food metabolism rate is not related to alcohol metabolism.