ALCOHOL METABOLISM

After entering the gastrointestinal tract, alcohol is quickly absorbed into the blood circulation and transferred into each cell of the body. 90% is metabolized in the liver – alcohol molecules are metabolized by several enzymes, especially alcohol dehydrogenases (ADH), aldehyde dehydrogenases (ALDH), catalase and monooxygenase and by the enzymatic system MEOS. Alcohol oxidizes with ADH and changes into acetaldehyde (AA), which is extremely toxic not only for the liver itself, but for all other human organs and cells. ALDH supports further oxidizing and changes it into acetate, which is further converted.

In small doses and when drunk slowly, alcohol metabolizes with minimum negative impact on the body. On the contrary, quick consumption of large amounts of alcohol causes the accumulation of highly toxic alcohol metabolites (acetaldehyde, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides and free radicals), ), which in the long run can lead to severe metabolic disorders and organ damage, negatively impacting health. Furthermore, if alcohol is consumed on an empty stomach, it is immediately absorbed through the stomach wall, damaging the brain and the nervous system.

Alcohol is the most frequently used toxin consumed knowingly.

Alcohol intoxication creates an imbalance in the body and blocks the absorption of vitamins, minerals, and important elements that take part in bioprocesses. That’s why many people suffer from the negative effects of alcohol, known as a hangover – headache, upset stomach, loss of appetite, retching, eye pain, fatigue, poor concentration...

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