Two Yale University students, Liam McClintock and Margaret Morse, have teamed up with professors, nutritionists and a pharmaceutical manufacturer to create an anti-hangover medicine that actually works.
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Called SunUp, the powdered product is supposed to, “prime your body for alcohol consumption”. It is meant to be stirred into a glass of liquid and drunk before getting on the booze.
SunUp contains various ingredients including sodium, vitamin C, vitamin B12, zinc and potassium. This is the first time this combination of ingredients has been mixed together to make one supplement.
Mixed together, these nutrients speed up how quickly your body clears out alcohol while protecting against alcohol toxicity.
We are passionate about ending hangovers and increasing productivity.
This project aims to launch our patent-pending anti-hangover formula, making it available for retail with professional packaging and flavouring.
SunUp has received great feedback from our test panel at Yale and we’d like to make it available to everyone, with your support.
The team have created an Indiegogo page to fund the project, and they’ve already surpassed their goal of £16,000 by a landslide. Hopefully we’ll be seeing SunUp in the supermarket medicine aisle pretty damn soon.
In the meantime, I guess we’ll have to stick with our trusty bacon sarnies.