regulates the metabolism of alcohol

Why 2KC is worth a try?

2KC - naturally do you want to know how it works?

The task of the 2KC dietary supplement is to help your body to combat the unpleasant effects of alcohol consumption. 2KC dietary supplement helps to quickly restore balance to your body and mind after intensive social events, eliminating the symptoms of hangover such as swollen eyes and sallow or pale complexion.

Try the effect of active ingredients:

Succinic acid and fumaric acid
Although it sounds sour they help your body's cells to get rid of harmful effects of one of the metabolites of alcohol - acetaldehyde which is responsible for among other things an increased thirst and dry mouth "the day after". These substances occur naturally in every living cell, participating in the body's energy processes.

Monosodium glutamate
It is a derivative of glutamic acid - the basic substrate for the synthesis of amino acids and protein structures. Proteins are components of enzymes which are necessary for conducting catalytic processes of alcohol transformation in the body.

L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
- One of the best antioxidants and free radical "scavenger". It is an ingredient of the 2KC dietary supplement which will not be produced by the body, therefore it should be simply supplemented. It may help to reduce fatigue as well and contribute to the proper functioning of the nervous system.

Sweet shot of energy - stimulates activity and enables to rebuild the weakened forces of the body which really went through a lot on the previous day.

Metabolism of ethyl alcohol:

After being consumed ethyl alcohol is rapidly and completely absorbed from the digestive tract, easily passes through cell membranes and enters the bloodstream. The main process of alcohol absorption takes place in the stomach (20 - 25%) and small intestine (75 - 80%). Its maximum concentration in the blood is reached in humans after 0.5 to 2 hours after consumption. The rate of absorption depends on the type of alcohol and food consumed before or during drinking the ethyl alcohol. The unchanged form is excreted from the body to a small extent: 2% in the urine, 2% in the exhaled air and approximately 1% by evaporation. The remaining 95% is metabolised by the body. The most important organ that is most vulnerable to toxic effect of alcohol breakdown products is the liver. During metabolism of ethanol oxygen consumption increases significantly causing hypoxia of liver cells. Alcohol is not stored in the body and it is quickly transformed into energy, providing only "empty calories". The main product of oxidation
of alcohol is acetaldehyde. The toxicity of acetaldehyde is 10 times higher than in the case of ethanol. An increase in the acetaldehyde concentration causes headaches, flushing, nausea and vomiting (it is responsible for the formation of a hangover), and is the cause of damage to the liver and the central nervous system. The process of alcohol oxidation also produces harmful oxygen-derived free radicals that cause damage to the cell membrane.