Liver damage and hangover protection

London: As the party season gets underway a new supplement is launched on the market that can help protect your from hangovers and liver damage caused by overconsumption of alcohol.

Called Dink, it works in harmony with your body to supply vital nutrients prior to drinking alcohol. Its scientific formula is the product of years of pharmacists’ research into maintaining good health whilst alcohol is consumed.

Dink aims to cut the harmful effects of binge drinking by introducing people that like to get merry to this simple damage limitation supplement.

The capsules contain 100 per cent natural ingredients: phospholipids, essential amino acids, vitamin C, dextrose and vegetable carbon. Dink contains antioxidants that mop up free radicals, which are generated by the liver processing alcohol.

The ingredients in Dink help to maintain the balance in energy-producing systems in the body, so they can swiftly eliminate toxins, which are a by-product of drinking alcohol.

It is expected that the product will be sold in soon-to-be-redundant cigarette vending machines in licensed venues across the UK.

Dink is available now in Asda stores nationwide and due to demand, will soon be available in most supermarket and pharmacy chains priced £3.49 (RRP).

There are no complicated timetables with taking Dink, simply swallow three green (for go) capsules before your first drink and three red (for stop) capsules after your last drink. Dink can also be taken during the evening when you realise one drink is turning into several.

Notes on ingredients: Phospholipids are essential to control flow of water-soluble substances through liver cell walls. They are a major component of all biological cell walls. Phospholipids are formed in the body to repair certain cell walls.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid used by the body. L-Glutamine converts to Glutathione, an antioxidant that mops up free radicals.
Ascorbic Acid – also known as vitamin C – acts as an antioxidant. The body uses more vitamin C during alcohol consumption than under normal circumstances.
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