Fight to Evolve

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Health innovations only help if people know they exist. An exciting, new innovation promises to eliminate over 93 percent of alcohol’s damage to the human liver. It's called NTX, and it's available in a vodka right now, but the U.S. government doesn’t want you to know about it.

William Hennessy delivers a riveting story of NTX, its remarkable inventor, Harsha Chigurupati, and the science that supports the need for evolved alcohol. He provides a damning history of government’s war on health information, and provides hope of a new fight to arm you with information and innovations that could save your life.

If you drink, this is the most important book of the year.

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The Government's Secret War on NTX

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) regulates the sale of alcohol in the U.S. Here's what they don't want you to know:

  1. The TTB's strategy strangles health claims with cumbersome disclaimers that swallow or entirely devalue the original health claim.
  2. Making matters worse, the TTB has no scientific expertise or unique experience with "health claims" on labels or in advertising. It lacks the resources to process and evaluate health claims in a scientifically objective manner.
  3. For decades, the TTB restricted that information, principally on a theory that health information on alcohol labels increases alcohol consumption. Because the TTB views alcohol as a harmful recreational drug like tobacco and similar toxic substances, the TTB has refused to embrace the mounting evidence that shows moderate alcohol consumption can promote overall wellness
  4. By all accounts, the safety belt saved lives and contributed to the greater societal good. But under the TTB’s approach to innovation, seatbelts should have been banned because of their potential to encourage faster and unsafe driving

About The Author

A well-known political activist and government watchdog, William T. Hennessy, is unafraid to stand up for what he believes in and speak his mind.

As a believer in smaller government and more social responsibility, Hennessy welcomed the opportunity to become the spokesperson for The Coalition for Safer Drinking.

Self-described as a skeptic, Hennessy looks at "big, powerful organizations with a jaundiced eye” and has no doubt that these corporations “work hand-in-hand with big, powerful government agents", making it difficult for the little guys to succeed.

It is this belief and skepticism that led Hennessy to author his first book, The Conservative Manifesto, in 1993. He has since written two more books, Weaving the Roots and Zen Conservatism, and also posts two popular blogs, Hennessy's View (politics and personal) and Simple Strategies (business and persuasive design.)

William T. Hennessy
Coalition for Safer Drinking

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