Why You Should Quit Drinking for 30 Days

Despite the oft-repeated fact that in moderation, alcohol can be good for us (such as the recent news on how red wine can boost sexual performance), there is plenty of evidence to suggest that kicking booze has even more benefits. Enter motivational coach James Swanwick, creator of the 30-Day No Alcohol Challenge, a community-based program to support your efforts to stay sober — temporarily or permanently.

In this video interview (conducted at this year’s Bulletproof Biohacking Conference), Swanwick makes a compelling argument for “exploring your relationship with alcohol” to see how ditching drinking — even if you’re just a social imbiber — can positively impact your health and happiness.

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