Propensity to alcoholism is usually characteristic of people with an increased concentration of histamine in the body. Such people have a lot of energy and drinking alcohol is a way for them to get rid of some of that excess energy. Alcohol destroys vitamins of Group B, in particular B1, B2, B3 and B6, and the lack of these vitamins primarily affects the liver and nervous system. Vitamins A and C help protect the liver. Glutamic acid heals the intestines and reduces cravings for alcohol. Alkaline food also reduces the need for alcohol. Tyrosine and the adaptive complex of herbal preparations reduce the lack of emotional and physical forces (abstinence syndrome) after stopping alcohol. Alcoholism is often the cause of unresolved emotional problems, which, along with the harmful habit of drinking alcohol and sugar abuse, must be addressed by mental health professionals.

Dietary advice

Adhere to the principles of optimal nutrition and eat a lot of cereal and cereal products, beans, peas. Drink plenty of water. Often the harmful habit of consuming a lot of sugar changes the habit of drinking alcohol. Since alcohol is another form of sugar, it is recommended not to consume sugar and other stimulating drinks. Often eat foods rich in protein: nuts, seeds, fish, chicken, eggs and dairy products.



3 doses of multivitamins and minerals (Formula IV)
2 doses of Antoioxidants (Betaguard)
3 doses of vitamin C (SUSTAINED RELEASE VITAMIN C)
Adaptogenic herbs plus tyrosine (Aloe vera plus and Ami-Tone)
Bone mineral complex 500mg calcium and 300mg magnesium (Kal-mag)