Have Yale Students Created a Real Hangover Cure?


This is like the Holy Grail for anyone who likes getting hammered on Sundays, or Wednesdays.  So of course COLLEGE kids came up with it . . .


Two seniors at Yale claim they've finally created a drink that can prevent HANGOVERS.  One is a molecular, cellular, and developmental biology major.  The other is a history major who's also focusing on business.


They wanted to drink and still wake up for class.  So they created a citrus-flavored powder called SunUp that you mix with water and drink one hour BEFORE you booze.


It's designed to help your liver prepare for a flood of alcohol, and break down the byproducts of alcohol that cause hangovers.  And it's also filled with a bunch of vitamins and minerals that get depleted when you drink too much.


There are similar products that don't really work that well, so feel free to be skeptical.  But they say this is different, because it addresses all FOUR of the main things that cause hangovers . . .


Vitamin and electrolyte loss, glutamine rebound, damage to your immune system, and a build-up of a compound called acetaldehyde.  (Pronounced ass-uh-TELL-duh-hide)


The good news is you won't have to wait ten years to try it.  A single pack costs $5, and you should be able to buy it next month.  You can pre-order it on their IndieGoGo page.  Just search for "SunUp: A Hangover's Worst Enemy." 


 (AOL / New Haven Register)

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