3 Simple Steps
Step 1 Cheers tonight
Step 2 Savor 1 packet of H-PROOF (2 mouthwatering black chewables) after your last drink / before bed
Step 3 Crush tomorrow
An important PSA on dehydration
You’ve been dehydrated, and you've been hungover. Do they feel the same? Nope! That's because they aren't the same. Dehydration isn't what's causing your drink-related drag
It's not your fault for thinking that dehydration is the culprit, it's "common knowledge" And one of these days, we'll figure out why...
What happens when you have a drink
When you drink alcohol, your body metabolizes it. Most of it travels to your liver where enzymes turn the alcohol into toxins, and then enzymes neutralize those toxins
Once you use up your enzymes, toxins escape your liver and flow all over your body, causing you to feel sluggish, have headaches, nausea, aches, pains, and even hangxiety (you know, that anxious feeling you sometimes have the next morning?)
Why H-PROOF Works
H-PROOF helps you turn alcohol and its related toxins into harmless substances
It also replenishes the vitamins and electrolytes you use up in that process & provides a ton of other good stuff that helps support healthy brain, liver, and body function
More of a visual learner? We have graphics!
H-PROOF was created by Dr. Linda J. Kaplan, MD, a patent-holding, double fellowship trained, board-certified surgeon
She hand-selected 15 vitamins, antioxidants, liver detoxifiers, and electrolytes and carefully combined them into the H-PROOF formula
Backed by Science
Scientists worldwide have studied how certain natural elements help people process alcohol, and we packed them into H-PROOF
Here is a selection of some of the peer-reviewed science behind our formula:
As you chew H-PROOF, it absorbs directly into your bloodstream through the sides and bottom of your mouth
It's called sublingual absorption, and we're the only drinking-related product to work this way
Why is sublingual absorption a good thing?
Our good-for-you ingredients don't get lost in your digestive system; they travel through your bloodstream right to the cells that need them