The Story of an Alcohol-Free Lifestyle with James Swanwick

The history of alcohol dates back at least 30,000 years and possibly even 100,000 years. Yet we’re learning more and more about its effect on the human body, and some, like neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, have argued that even minimal amounts are unhealthy. We’re going to explore the topic with our guest today. He is a coach, author, entrepreneur, and former ESPN SportsCenter anchor. He embarked on his own path to sobriety nearly 25 years ago and is dedicated to empowering others to reclaim control over their drinking habits and unlock their full potential.

This is the Story of an Alcohol-Free Lifestyle with James Swanwick.

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…Even one drink a night can cause some level of brain degeneration. Now, that’s frightening. The fact that even just one seemingly innocent glass of what I refer to as attractively packaged poison is enough to compromise your brain function.

–James Swanwick

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