LIGHTNING RELEASES — LOS ANGELES — With New Year parties ready to ring in 2015, many people are no doubt primed to let loose and have a good time — but the question in the back of the minds of many would-be revelers is how to avoid the dreaded hangover that can come from having “one too many” glasses of holiday cheer.
Fortunately, there is a way to mitigate the effects of a hangover — and it’s based on hard science. It’s called RealHangoverRelief, and according to world-class poker champ Yosh Nakano, “Our science is second to none!”
Nakano and his pals recently had the chance to put RealHangoverRelief, also known as Cellgevity, to the test at his Holiday Party, held at Friends of the Vine in Redondo Beach, Calif. While those in attendance availed themselves to plenty of vino, they also made sure to each have a couple of capsules of RealHangoverRelief to blunt possible aftereffects.
From a survey of partygoers who took RealHangoverRelief during or after the party, 78 percent of the respondents said that they would take the supplement when they drink again. They also responded that they would recommend RealHangoverRelief to others.
The key to RealHangoverRelief, according to Nakano, is the antioxidant glutathione, which the body manufactures naturally. But once this master antioxidant is depleted by the liver’s metabolization of alcohol, that is when a hangover can occur. Fortunately, this is where the proprietary chemistry inside RealHangoverRelief comes in.
According to Nakano, when your body runs out of glutathione, the detoxification process stops and it leads to hangovers and toxicity. But RealHangoverRelief contains Riboceine®, which has been scientifically proven to be the most effective and efficient supplement to increase glutathione production. Two capsules before drinking can make all the difference in the world. Riboceine was found to be 300 percent more effective at helping the body produce glutathione than N-acetylcysteine (NAC), which is the precursor used by most other products.
The soiree at Friends of the Vine boasted sparkling, red and white wines, paté, cheese and French bread. Partygoers were treated to door prizes all night.
Impromptu interviews of partygoers were conducted by “Gutshot Straight” director Justin Steele. One of Steele’s subjects was William Ernst, a member of the RealHangoverRelief Scientific Advisory Board who holds a Ph.D. in molecular biology. Also interviewed were Mike Landucci of WineWeirdos.com and Nina Boski of Lifebites.com.
A touching highlight of the evening came when poker pro Robert Turner and his wife, Patty, were pleasantly shocked by the appearance of his daughter, Tammy. She lives in Destin, Florida and they hadn’t seen each other in five years.
Regarding the East Coast, Yosh Nakano is bringing the RealHangoverRelief party train to Orlando, Fla., to host the Super Bowl Party at Dewey’s Indoor Golf and Sports Grill, located at 7720 Turkey Lake Rd., the same venue where he held the brick-and-mortar launch of RealHangoverRelief in October. Prior to the Super Bowl Party, RealHangoverRelief will be a sponsor of the Stars of Santa Barbara on Jan. 21 at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills.
Dewey’s, incidentally, happens to carry RealHangoverRelief. Nakano, meantime, is taking the necessary steps to make RealHangoverRelief available everywhere. He is offering the opportunity to become a RealHangoverRelief distributor to interested individuals for a nominal fee of $49. For more information, Nakano can be reached via email at [email protected] To learn more about RealHangoverRelief, visit RealHangoverRelief.com.
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CONTACT INFO: Yosh Nakano, [email protected]
For Immediate Release
Wed., Dec. 31, 2014