Everyone knows drinking is basically like borrowing happiness from tomorrow.
Yep, if there's one thing we can all learn from our horrible hangovers, it's downing a dozen vodka soda concoctions is probably on par with drinking some sort of liver-destroying poison.
However, there's a new vodka out there that might make your weekend blackouts a little less bad for your health.
Bellion Vodka is the first booze of its kind that reportedly reduces the DNA and liver damage that's typically associated with getting your drink on.
Unlike regular vodka, this innovative alcohol is produced with NTX technology and consists of ingredients found in candy such as glycyrrhizin, mannitol and potassium sorbate.
Harsha Chigurupati, the founder of the Chigurupati Technologies, stated, "It significantly reduces the damage that alcohol can cause to your DNA and your liver."
Over the past 10 years, Chigurupati and his colleagues have been working to develop a blend of NTX booze that offers liver protection when alcohol enters the bloodstream.
Now, it appears they have finally created the perfect blend, and recent tests have show their prized NTX alcohol can decrease the harmful effects drinking has on the liver by up to 93 percent.
According to Chigurupati, "Nobody drinks alcohol because they want to damage their liver or their DNA, obviously. Everybody on this planet drinks alcohol because of the tipsy feeling and intoxication they get from it...."
"...There's no reason why human beings still choose one or the other. [Now] they can drink alcohol, enjoy it and protect their liver and DNA at the same time."
Although Bellion Vodka appears to do less damage to your body than normal vodka, it's important to keep in mind this doesn't necessarily mean it's safe to guzzle down an entire bottle without a care in the world.
At the end of the day, drinking alcohol of any kind still comes with health risks, but hey, at least you can raise a glass to the fact you won't destroy your liver quite as fast with this stuff. Cheers!
Citations: NEW BELLION VODKA PROMISES TO BE EASY ON THE LIVER (The Drink Business)