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NATURAL ALCOHOL METABOLISM ACCELERATION

NATURAL ALCOHOL METABOLISM ACCELERATION

ALLEVIATION OF ALCOHOL-RELATED NAUSEA AND STOMACH PAIN

ALLEVIATION OF ALCOHOL-RELATED NAUSEA AND STOMACH PAIN

RELIEF FROM DEHYDRATION-INDUCED HEADACHE AND DIZZINESS

RELIEF FROM DEHYDRATION-INDUCED HEADACHE AND DIZZINESS

ALCOHOL-IMPAIRED SLEEP-CYCLE RESTORATION

ALCOHOL-IMPAIRED SLEEP-CYCLE RESTORATION

MORNING AWAKENING TO YOUR 'BEST SELF'

MORNING AWAKENING TO YOUR 'BEST SELF'

ALCOHOL IS A KRYPTONITE TO YOUR PERFORMANCE


The Center of Diseases Control (CDC) recommends up to 1 alcoholic drink per day for women, and up to 2 drinks per day for men.

Beyond these alcohol consumption levels, you can expect one, or more frequently, a combination of the following negative outcomes:

Development of inflammatory processes in your brain

Development of inflammatory processes in your brain, liver and gastrointestinal system

Placing your liver under stress

Placing your liver under stress, putting alcohol metabolism in higher priority over other important liver functions

Significant elevation in reactive free radicals across your body

Significant elevation in reactive free radicals across your body

Temporary impairment of focus

Temporary impairment of focus, clarity, decision making quality and response time

Slowdown of healthy gastrointestinal motility

Slowdown of healthy gastrointestinal motility

Intestinal barrier breach

Intestinal barrier breach, leading to penetration of unhealthy ingredients into your blood stream

Pushing your circadian clock out-of-synch

Pushing your circadian clock out-of-synch

The Center of Diseases Control (CDC) recommends up to 1 alcoholic drink per day for women, and up to 2 drinks per day for men.

Beyond these alcohol consumption levels, you can expect one, or more frequently, a combination of the following negative outcomes:

Development of inflammatory processes in your brain

Development of inflammatory processes in your brain, liver and gastrointestinal system

Placing your liver under stress

Placing your liver under stress, putting alcohol metabolism in higher priority over other important liver functions

Significant elevation in reactive free radicals across your body

Significant elevation in reactive free radicals across your body

Temporary impairment of focus

Temporary impairment of focus, clarity, decision making quality and response time

Slowdown of healthy gastrointestinal motility

Slowdown of healthy gastrointestinal motility

Intestinal barrier breach

Intestinal barrier breach, leading to penetration of unhealthy ingredients into your blood stream

Pushing your circadian clock out-of-synch

Pushing your circadian clock out-of-synch