I'm just wandering what others think about alcohol and the social life. I used to like having a beer with friends and neighbors, nothing radical, just in a social way with neighbors of all different ages. We lived on the beach and the community was really beautiful, young and old all friends. But it was generally accepted that the Men would share a beer and the women a wine. By 10PM we would all be in bed so we were not into it for partying or drunkeness, just a social thing.
ATM I live remote in the wilderness so do not have the temptation, but I'm wandering what others feel about alcohol? Is it OK to have a few on the odd occasion considering the health impacts? Do others here follow LFRV and occasionally drink alcohol? Do some of you who follow this lifestyle eat totally healthy, but on occasion go out and party? I'm sure because our bodies are very clean and sensitive having too much would be very easy, and the hangovers insane. But as a social thing in Australia atleast, having a few with your mates is as common and accepted as a Frenchman riding his bike to the Hot bread shop in the morning. I know too in Spain where my sister lives alcohol is a common accompaniment to meals (albeit cooked meals) and nightly meetups, so do we avoid these gatherings, or do we bend with the bamboo, or stick with water and juice?
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+ 10!! =D
I've always hated the tipsy, lightheaded feeling I get from alcohol. I like to be in control of my body.
Being Belgian i know what beer was made to control and weaken people.
Indeed Sunshine :)
also party w/o alc you get to have all the fun and a chance to make some money helping drunk people get home safe.
do u know that alcohol made of bacterias poops and pees??? =D I am not joking. it is the whole process how it is made. but unfortunetely very few know it , b/c who wants to consume eliminations of yeast bacterias???
a friend says : "No wonder bud light taste like shit"
That's what I was wandering Mattias, when we live super healthy surely that can allow some people especially you being so young to indulge on the occasion. I'm sure your body copes and heals much better than your friends who are not healthy.
I'll still get together with friends wherever, just not drink alcohol. If they tried to force me or shame me into drinking, then they wouldn't be acting like very good friends. But honestly I hardly get that sort of response anymore. Back in my 20s I got that a bit, Not now. I have had a bit of wine now and then since going raw. Each time I did, the next day I felt fine, because I didn't have a lot, but the day after that I always felt down and low energy.