REDUCE YOUR ALCOHOL CRAVING ebook                                    Other Books by Doug

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It is time to stop: Lost weekends, Loss of control, Nausea, Feelings of helplessness, Regrets? Learn the biochemical secret to: 1. Protect yourself against alcohol poisoning. 2. Repair your health after years of drinking. 3. Enjoy alcohol with less harmful side effects. 4. Improve your sleep & concentration 5. Increase your health.
WARNING: Making these kind of bio-chemical and life changes will very likely cause you to change your life, leave dead end jobs and relationships, feel better about yourself.
Reduce Your Alcohol Craving eBook

Reduce Your Alcohol Craving eBook

Discover little known, often suppressed methods of curing the need for alcohol. Hint: It does not involve embarrassing group therapy or expensive counselling. When you understand the underlying physiological factors behind alcohol cravings, you can stop labelling yourself as sick, weak, undisciplined, sleazy, lazy or plain crazy.  Instead of a “can’t help myself” attitude, you can understand why:

  1. Some environments increase your biochemical need for alcohol

  2. There is a link to depression and alcohol.

  3. Women drink more during their periods.

  4. An alcoholic processes alcohol differently than a non-alcoholic

  5. American and Canadian food guides can increase alcohol cravings

  6. Certain nutrients protect you from alcohol poisoning.

  7. The time of day effects the tendency to drink more

  8. Alcohol causes different people to be happy, sad, sleepy or aggressive

  9. Alcohol cravings are not from emotional triggers or weak wills.

      After completing my Bachelor of Science at the University of Manitoba, I further researched different nutrient-based cravings, including alcohol.  Much of the information was just re-discovered from the 1970’s.  Research pioneers like Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw were already designing and recommending formulae to celebrities and business people to resist the effects of ageing, injuries, pollution, stress, tobacco and alcohol.

     What could be cooler than that?

     This information had already been tried and tested and I was already Guinea Pigging myself along the way.  Along with the nutrient research, I studied and practised different methods of behavior modifying.  With positive feedback from friends, I put together the manual: Reduce Your Alcohol Craving

For the cost of a couple of gourmet coffees, you can save yourself hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.   Wouldn’t you like to learn:

  1. Which medical conditions increase your desire to drink more.

  2. How your genetic background can influence your drinking.

  3. If eating disorders encourage heavy drinking.

  4. What environments increase the need to drink.

  5. Do menstrual cycles increase women’s drinking need?

  6. How to protect yourself against alcohol poisoning and hangovers.

  7. How to repair and rebuild your health against years of drinking.

  8. Which behavior techniques can change almost any habit, including drinking.

  9. How to avoid or minimize relapses in your drinking.

  10. How wheat allergies and sugar effect your reaction to alcohol.

  11. How to enjoy alcohol with less harmful side effects.

I made a commitment to completely cut out drinking and anything that might hamper me from getting my mind and body together. And the floodgates of goodness have opened upon me – spiritually and financially. Denzel Washington


  • Reduce the effects of alcohol
  • Still enjoy the occasional drink
  • Feel better within 20 days

Don’t delay or spend another sad weekend    

WARNING:   Making these kind of bio-chemical and life changes can be scary.  You will very likely:

  • Upset some people when you improve yourself;
  • Lose some friends and gain a whole pack of new ones;
  • Change jobs, careers and/or relationships;
  • Find yourself out of your comfort zone; and
  • Discover more options in life that you ever thought possible.


Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power. Clint Eastwood 


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