Arkay Makes a Beverage that is better for the health of the people who drink it!


Our story began with a simple idea :

Make a beverage that is better for the people who drink it!

 


ARKAY THE PERFECT ALCOHOL SUBSTITUTE FOR SENIORS

Alcoholism in Seniors and the advantages to drink ArKay alcohol substitute

What’s wrong with enjoying a drink or two when you’ve reached your golden years? Maybe nothing, if the alcoholic drinks are consumed safely and responsibly.

 

But opinions are split on whether it’s a good thing to serve alcohol in seniors living communities for many reasons, including late onset alcoholism.

While some argue that it’s safer to provide alcohol in a regulated setting, where residents can consume it under the supervision of senior living staff, others cite the increased health dangers of alcohol consumption in seniors, and the potential for substance abuse in the elderly.

A recent study in Research on Aging suggests that nearly 70% of assisted living residents consume alcohol, and over a third drink alcohol daily. Many researchers are taking this as a sign that it’s time to take a closer look at alcohol in senior living, and whether it’s right for senior living communities to regulate their residents’ drinking habits by offering them Arkay instead.

Should Assisted Living Serve Arkay Alcohol Substitute to their Seniors?

There’s no doubt about it — plenty of complications go along with seniors drinking alcohol. When there’s substance abuse in the elderly coupled with other health problems, such as dementia, Alzheimer’s and heart disease — and the list goes on — health can decline rapidly and senior behavior and happiness can be at stake.

The safer option would be to serve ArKay to the Seniors as it contains zero alcohol, zero fat, zero sugar, and it does not interact with their medicines.

Responsible alcohol consumption and effective drinking policies have to take these factors into account:

  1. When people age, their alcohol tolerance weakens, and the effects of drinking alcohol tend to be more pronounced. A Baylor University studyon rats earlier this year was only the latest in a long string of data showing that the aged experience greater alcohol-related impairment, creating late onset alcoholism. Our bodies can’t metabolize it as effectively, and as a result, seniors can experience more significant coordination and memory problems and an increased risk of falls and accidents — a real problem in those with limited mobility.
  2. Alcohol can aggravate existing medical conditions in seniors, create complications in medical treatment, and even cause new conditions. Common medical conditions that are exacerbated by alcohol include diabetes, osteoporosis and malnutrition, notes the West Virginia University School of Public Health.
  3. Seniors in assisted living often take multiple medications, both prescription and over-the-counter. Combining alcohol with medicationscan be risky, causing drug interactions that may reduce the effects of the medication or, conversely, render it more dangerous or even toxic.
  4. Seniors have additional risk factors for alcoholism that younger adults don’t. Getting older can come with physical pain, emotional stress, and loneliness. Feelings of isolation from the death of a spouse, the stress of moving out of the family home and into senior living, or a difficult transition into retirement, can lead to increased alcohol use and even dependence. Late onset alcoholism can be a result.
  5. ArKay would be the best option for the millions of elderly peoples who cannot drink liquor for medical reasons

 

With the above factors to consider, it’s easy to understand why some senior living communities might decide it isn’t worth the risk to serve alcohol and chose to serve Arkay instead. Contributing to substance abuse in elderly residents is also something many physicians, senior care professionals and families frown upon. It’s all about the healthy balance of a cocktail every now and again, compared to multiple drinks daily for the elderly residents.

Finding Assisted Living for Alcoholic Parents

It is important to note that the statistics are not clear-cut. The Research on Aging study found that 28% of senior residents make potentially unwise choices about alcohol consumption. However, the study was conducted assisted living communities independent of their policies on alcohol. Those policies vary widely, from communities with outright bans, to those who allow consumption only in designated areas or with physician permission, to those with their own happy hours and on-site lounges. That tells us that, regardless of alcohol policies, alcohol is being consumed.

From there, one could conclude that maybe it doesn’t matter whether alcohol is regulated or not; residents who want to drink are going to find ways to do so. But that also doesn’t mean it’s safe. Also, it’s notoriously difficult to detect alcohol dependence or abuse in older adults. When asked by a doctor, they may underreport the amount they consume. Physical symptoms of alcohol dependence may be attributed to other medical conditions, like Alzheimer’s. Also, family members may be in denial about their loved ones’ drinking habits.

But finding the right senior living community for your loved one plays a huge role in the ‘substance abuse in elderly’ problem. If drinking is important — and has always been a big part of your loved one’s life — then finding a community that regulates alcohol may be the best option for your family. Consulting your doctor for recommendations on the healthiest options for your senior, as far as both emotional happiness and overall health, have to be considered. If a physician strongly recommends that your loved one should not be drinking for specific health reasons, there are programs for your loved ones, in addition to assisted living communities that can cater to their needs to fill the alcohol void.

Late Onset Alcoholism

While some people develop alcoholism early in life, others develop it during their golden years. Typically people affected by early-onset alcoholism have a genetic or biological susceptibility that makes them unusually vulnerable to addiction. But people who are affected by late onset alcoholism usually don’t have a genetic predisposition, but instead encounter situations in their everyday life — that are either physically or mentally challenging — that support a pattern of excessive alcohol intake, leading to alcoholism.

One of the main problems with late onset alcoholism is that as people age, their bodies are more susceptible to problems from drinking. They could have a medical condition such as dementia or Alzheimer’s that, when combined with alcohol, can become completely unmanageable for caregivers.

Families and senior living communities need to provide a good support system to either help prevent late onset alcoholism, or work with the senior to find something fun and engaging to help distract and discourage drinking. It is strongly recommended you consult physicians in the case of your loved ones suffering from substance abuse late in life.

Aging and Alcoholism: Thoughts on Preventing Alcohol Abuse in Seniors

The issue, clearly, is a thorny one. There have been many studies citing the health benefits of moderate alcohol consumption, making it even more difficult to argue for an outright ban. Also complicating matters is the idea of respect for the autonomy of residents in senior living communities. Most of us find the thought of treating our elder loved ones like children, micromanaging their day-to-day behaviors, to be distasteful.

Perhaps the emphasis would be better placed on prevention of alcohol dependence and abuse, promotion of responsible alcohol use, and treatment of those already battling alcoholism, rather than on restricting access in the first place. Even the authors of the Research on Aging study say they are not advocating an alcohol ban in assisted living but definitively they would recommend Arkay as a good alternative.

 

RETHINK YOUR DRINK

 

Alcohol Free Spirits was created to Rethink your Drink

 

 

WHISKY

Much is made of the word’s two spellings: whisky and whiskey. There are two schools of thought on the issue. ARKAY USA is presenting the world’s first ALCOHOL FREE WHISKY which is not made from distillation or fermentation. Arkay WHISKY does not contain any fat, carb, sugar, and has 0 % alcohol however it contains 0.01 % capsaicin which is an antioxidant. Warning some allergic reaction may occur if you are allergic to capsaicin. Welcome to ArKay Alcohol Free Whisky! ARKAY IS PASTEURIZED THE SHELF LIFE IS 2 YEARS

 

BRANDY

ARKAY USA is presenting the world’s first ALCOHOL FREE BRANDY which is not made from distillation or fermentation. Arkay Brandy does not contain any fat, carb, sugar, and has 0 % alcohol however it contains 0.01 % capsaicin which is an antioxidant. Warning some allergic reaction may occur if you are allergic to capsaicin.

 

RUM

ARKAY USA is presenting the world’s first ALCOHOL FREE RUM which is not made from distillation or fermentation. Arkay RUM does not contain any fat, carb, sugar, and has 0 % alcohol however it contains 0.01 % capsaicin which is an antioxidant. Warning some allergic reaction may occur if you are allergic to capsaicin. Rum is one of the world’s most recognized best sellers when it comes to liquor, there are literally hundreds of different types

 

VODKA

ARKAY USA is presenting the world’s first ALCOHOL FREE VODKA which is not made from distillation or fermentation. Arkay VODKA does not contain any fat, carb, sugar, and has 0 % alcohol however it contains 0.01 % capsaicin which is an antioxidant. Warning some allergic reaction may occur if you are allergic to capsaicin

 

Arkay Beverages announces the launch of a new liquor collection with zero alcohol, not made from distillation or fermentation and without the side effects.

 

This alcohol replacement is a unique and innovative drink for consumers world-wide looking for an alcohol-free liquor alternative with placebo effect.

 

ARKAY ALCOHOL REPLACEMENT FEEL AND TASTE EXACTLY LIKE LIQUOR IT HAS THE SAME BURN AND KICK IN MOUTH THAN REAL LIQUOR

 

Arkay has a small molecule placed inside the drink. In contact with the tongue, the drink sends stimuli to the brain, the illusion operates, and the mucous membranes of smell and taste saturate and make the consumer believe that he is drinking alcohol.

But beware, no drunkenness, no adverse effect, this is the advantage of Arkay It reproduces the taste of the liquor but none of the negative effects of the alcohol.

Arkay non-alcoholic liquors are for EVERYONE and can be enjoyed ANYTIME, ANYWHERE

Since it can be consumed all night long without any intoxicating effects – it contains 0% Alcohol, 0% Calories, 0% Carbs 0% Sugar, 0% sweetener, Gluten-free, Friendly vegan.

 

Individuals with medical conditions or religious beliefs that prohibit the consumption of alcohol can enjoy the crisp, refreshing taste of Arkay non-alcoholic liquors!

At cocktail parties, designated drivers, teetotalers and pregnant women often are limited to drinking soda, water or juice – options that can become incredibly monotonous. A new beverage in the market is about to shake things up and open a world of possibilities, giving everyone a chance to enjoy all the flavor of whisky with none of the alcohol, calories, sugar or sodium.

Straight-up, “on-the-rocks” or with your favorite mixer, anyway is a good way to ARKAY!

 

 

Since it can be consumed all night long without any intoxicating effects – it contains 0% Alcohol, 0% Calories, 0% Carbs 0% Sugar, 0% sweetener, Gluten-free, Friendly vegan.  https://arkaybeverages.com/nutritional-facts/

 

 

 

 

 

 

This alcohol replacement is a unique and innovative drink for consumers world-wide looking for an alcohol-free liquor alternative with placebo effect.

Drinking Arkay relaxes the mind and body and induces a sense of calm and euphoria making it ideal to use for social relaxation. Drinking Arkay can also be used to reduce stress, mild anxiety, and muscle tension or to help overcome occasional sleeplessness.

There are many reasons to drink Arkay. Our customers tell us they like to drink Arkay as:

·         An alternative to alcohol for social relaxation

·         A way to alleviate stress and keep calm

·         A drug-free means of reducing temporary anxiety

·         A way to lift their mood or deal with worries

 

The calming effects of ArKay are due to a combination of the main actives ingredients in the formula (known as W.A.RM)

Arkay has a small molecule placed inside the drink. In contact with the tongue, the drink sends stimuli to the brain, the illusion operates, and the mucous membranes of smell and taste saturate and make the consumer believe that he is drinking alcohol

 

Side effects and safety of drinking ArKay

No hangovers

One of the big benefits of drinking Arkay instead of alcohol is that it will not overly dehydrate your body or fill it with the toxins that lead to headaches and hangovers.  While Arkay won’t impair your cognitive abilities and mental clarity in the same way that alcohol does.

 

Non-addictive

ArKay has been proven to be non-addictive. Unlike other substances, drinking Arkay is not habit forming and you will not build up a tolerance to the effects of drinking ArKay causing you to need to drink more each time. In fact, the exact opposite has been show, that the beneficial effects of a drink of Arkay can be felt even more when it is drank on subsequent occasions. This is because of the distinctive way that Arkay affects the brain.

SOME TIPS HOW TO DRINK ARKAY

 

Some of our alcohol free liquors are very strong and you may be surprised by the strength of the drink.

When drinking Arkay for the first time you should try it the same way as if you drink a cocktail by mixing Arkay with cola or sparkling water over ice, then wait few seconds for the bubbles to settle down before you drink.

You can also log on www.arkaymocktails.com to get more ideas that you will love.

 

 

 

 

How Arkay was invented?

 

The founder of Arkay, a product line of beverages that are whisky-flavored, but 100% free of alcohol. Though only recently introduced, demand for the beverage has generated sales throughout the world, and the company is building on current successes by introducing new lines of vodka, rum, gin and Tequila, which may taste like the real deal, but are totally free of alcohol.

 

Grattagliano was inspired to produce the drinks following an episode with his 22 year-old son, who upon returning home from a party where there was ample imbibing, began to feel those certain unappealing after-effects. “He suggested that someone should create a whisky that doesn’t leave you feeling so hung-over,” explains Grattagliano.

The son, of course, didn’t realize that suggestion would compel his father to not only spend the next five years of his life researching such a method, but he would spend five million dollars to make it happen.

 

Though Grattagliano doesn’t have a background in beverage development, he certainly understands chemistry, as well as how to combine ingredients in such a way as to attract allure and appeal from the discriminating masses. He has made an enviable fortune by creating designer perfumes which are touted by some of the top beauty & cosmetic companies known to the world. After spending nearly two years attempting to devise an alcohol-free derivative that not only smelled, but tasted like whiskey, Grattagliano sought the expertise from a team of scientists at a lab in Switzerland. This collaboration ultimately resulted in the creation of an entirely new molecule, the quintessential break-through by which Arkay beverages were born.

The name derives from Grattagliano’s travels abroad. Apparently, during his stays in China, some people had trouble pronouncing his first name. Instead of saying “Reynald” their utterance was closer to “Arr-K” – which was AOK with him.

 

Grattagliano worked several years on the project and it is only in 2012 that the W.A.R.M molecule was discovered

 

DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE UNLESS IT’S ARKAY! ® 

 

 

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