Turning red when drinking alcohol (Alcohol Flush) is the sign of a genetic mutation called ALDH2 Deficiency. Those with ALDH2 Deficiency can't break down the toxins that cause Alcohol Flush. Essential AD2 is clinically proven to help clear these toxins. As a result, Essential AD2 alleviates Alcohol Flush Reaction and improves liver health.
Supporting ALDH2 Deficiency helps with more than just drinking. ALDH2 Deficiency can lead to long-term health risks like cancer and liver disease. Essential AD2 helps in small ways, like letting you enjoy that beer after work, and helps in big ways, like keeping you healthy year after year.
People with ALDH2 Deficiency can’t break down the toxin called acetaldehyde, which can build up to dangerous levels. We are exposed to acetaldehyde everyday through our lifestyles. Acetaldehyde is a carcinogen, which means it can cause cancer. It is found in alcohol, air pollution, smoke, and common foods including fresh fruits, coffee, yogurt, fermented and processed foods.
Alcohol Flush Reaction is a visual indicator of high accumulation of acetaldehyde and ALDH2 Deficiency.
ALDH2 Deficiency is genetic, and you can have a single or double mutation. Find out for sure by taking a DNA test.