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The Alcohol Minimalist Podcast

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A weekly Education, Health and Fitness podcast
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The Alcohol Minimalist podcast is dedicated to helping habit drinkers and adult children of alcoholics to change their drinking habits and create a peaceful relationship with alcohol: past, present and future.

We are proof positive that you can break unbreakable habits and create a peaceful relationship with alcohol.

Becoming an alcohol minimalist means:
Choosing how to include alcohol in our lives following low-risk guidelines.
Freedom from anxiety around alcohol use.
Less alcohol without feeling deprived.
Using the power of our own brains to overcome our past patterns and choose peace.
The Alcohol Minimalist Podcast explores the science behind alcohol and analyzes physical and mental wellness to empower choice. You have the power to change your relationship with alcohol, you are not sick, broken and it's not your genes!

This show is intended for educational purposes and does not constitute medical advice. If you are physically dependent on alcohol, please seek medical help to reduce your drinking.
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I think this podcast is amazing! Although, I'm not a drinker myself but I do find Molly's analyses and solutions to drinking problems so methodical and yet very approachable as first step towards really coming to terms of having a problem and t
This is a must listen. As a daughter of an alcoholic, you can have so many triggers around this whole topic. This certainly helps with that.
A fantastic podcast looking at such a common issue and breaking down some barriers to empathy, well done!

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