READY FOR A SUMMER OF FUN? NOT SO KEEN ON THE DREADED HANGOVER? FINALLY, THERE IS A SOLUTION.

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The science is complicated, but the result is simple. When drinkers take Yeti and the Fox it helps their bodies to break down the toxins in alcohol that make them feel awful the next day.

This means they can wake up feeling their old self, free of the ‘uneasiness’ of a hangover.

The magic inside Yeti and The Fox is Glutathione which is the body’s master antioxidant and forms a critical part of
the detoxification process, primarily
stored in the liver. Glutathione also plays a significant role in energy metabolism, promoting optimum health and increasing energy.

How to take it?

To get the best out of Yeti and The Fox, we recommended that drinkers

page1image6732624take two capsules with water before or
when they start drinking

Then, once they are back home / have retreated to the safety of their muddy festival tent they take one more, with some water, before heading to bed.

This will help drinkers top up their Glutathione levels preventing them from waking up weary headed, ready for a day in the office, a best-friend’s wedding or another day of music-fuelled escapism.

YETI AND THE FOX

From office chatter to university tales, everyone has been advised on the best way to treat a hangover. Be it downing pints of water, chowing down on cheesy chips, or the trusty hair of the dog, it seems generations of drinkers have come up with endless ways to cheat the system, but do any of them really work? For many the placebo is enough, but what if there really was a great product which saved you from the nightmarish wrath of the unwanted hangover?

The clocks have sprung forward and like clock-work everybody will fall back into those merry old habits of summer. Whether heading down to the beach for a Pimm’s, up town for a scrumpy cider or venturing off to a festival in the sunshine with mates, one thing is for certain, there is always a hangover round the corner. The medical term for this self-induced hell

is veisalgia, a word derived from the Norwegian word kveis, which means uneasiness following debauchery.

Now, at Yeti and The Fox we do not condone full hearted debauchery, we recommend and actively encourage responsible drinking, but we are also sick and tired of always being sick and tired after a good night out. For this reason, with the help of some very clever scientists we delved into the mysterious world of the prophesied hangover remedy and, most importantly, found one that really works.

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