The fact that alcohol damages the liver is common knowledge. But most people still assume the damage alcohol causes is mild and uncommon. Not many people are aware of just how common and pervasive alcohol induced liver damage is.
The following statistics may be alarming:
The bottom line is this; if you drink large amounts of alcohol on a regular basis you will damage your liver at some point. This damage may not seriously affect your life but it could also end it.
If you are a heavy drinker, it is vital you take steps to minimize the damage being done to your liver. By regularly taking Dihydromyricetin (DHM), you can severely lessen the damage being done to your liver. Plenty of research backs up this claim, and it makes sense when you consider how DHM works within the body.
After you consume alcohol it is quickly passed into your intestines and is absorbed into your blood stream. At this point it makes its way to your liver to be processed. An enzyme called “Alcohol Dehydrogenase” (ADH) breaks down alcohol into a substance called acetaldehyde.
Your liver metabolizes alcohol at a constant rate. Any excess alcohol which your liver is unable to metabolize right away circulates through your blood stream until your liver can process it. The process of breaking down alcohol is extremely demanding on your liver. Your liver identifies alcohol as a toxin and makes breaking down alcohol its top priority.
Your liver sets aside many of its normal activities while it is metabolizing alcohol. This causes permanent changes to the structure of many cells in your liver. It can’t metabolize fat, and it begins to build. This is precisely why nearly 100% of chronic drinkers experience liver steatosis (also called fatty liver). Over the long term, serious and many times irreversible damage may be caused to your liver.
DHM speeds up your liver’s ability to metabolize alcohol. This allows your liver to resume its normal function more quickly and lessens the damage alcohol consumption causes. 
Besides its ability to improve the liver's ability to metabolize alcohol, research shows DHM is able to have to following specific benefits:
Not only does taking Dihydromyricetin after a long night of drinking prevent hangovers, but also helps reduce the damage to your liver done by alcohol. Give DHM a try today, if you're not satisfied we will give you a complete refund!
For a detailed list of studies performed on Dihydromyricetin, please see our research page.
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