How Survivor Works

Survivor is designed specifically to be consumed when drinking alcohol and contains a blend of nutrients focussed on supporting hepatic, cognitive and metabolic functions which can be affected or impaired through elevated blood alcohol levels.
While dehydration, fatigue, glucose imbalances, gastrointestinal acidity, and so forth contribute to ‘hangovers’, the main criminal is alcohol’s first metabolite, the inflammatory toxin acetaldehyde which is over 40x more toxic than alcohol itself. Its crimes: headaches, facial flushing, nausea, vomiting, increased heart rate and increased blood pressure.
This is where Survivor’s high concentrations of truly revolutionary ingredients stand out: Dihydromyricetin and Puerariae lobatae Flos. Used for thousands of years in traditional medicine, they are now coming to the attention of Western medicine for their ability to accelerate the breakdown of acetaldehyde.
In addition to these two fascinating ingredients, Survivor contains a complementary blend of additional nutrients focussed on supporting your body in its response to alcohol consumption.
We’ve included ingredients with a view to improving your quality of sleep, protecting against oxidative stress – which leads to inflammation in the body, helping your body maintain normal cognitive function and normal energy yielding metabolism – as well as replenishing your reserves of various vitamins, some of which can be depleted when consuming alcohol.​
Our greater mission however, is to seek ways to mitigate the negative impact alcohol has on the body. This is why Prof. Dr. Kubiena, a former Vice-President of the Red Cross, stated that “…the potential long-term health consequences of Survivor could be enormous,” envisioning Survivor as something to top off every drinking occasion, from the high tempo night on the town, to those two civilised glasses of wine over dinner.
And this is why Business Insider wrote that “Survivor may herald an entirely new approach to more responsible alcohol consumption,” effectively “short-circuiting some of the damage caused by alcohol as part of a holistic long-term approach to health.”
And this is why Business Insider wrote that “Survivor may herald an entirely new approach to more responsible alcohol consumption,” effectively “short-circuiting some of the damage caused by alcohol as part of a holistic long-term approach to health.”
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