Alcohol Substitutes For Quitting Drinking, Early Recovery & Beyond

alcohol substitutions

In episode 179 of The Elevation Recovery Podcast, Chris Scott and Matt Finch discuss alcohol substitutions for alcohol recovery such as CBD drinks, kombucha, non-alcoholic wine infused with CBD, and many other beverages or elixirs that are healthy mood-boosters. They share stories of alcohol substitutions they’ve used and why, the reasoning behind alcohol replacement drinks, and much more.

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Here are some of the main topics discussed in this episode:

  • How Chris Scott and Matt Finch came up with the idea behind the Elevation Recovery Podcast
  • How Chris Scott and Matt Finch have learned some of their best info from coaching clients over the years
  • What you put in your body matters very much
  • Why Chris drinks CBD-infused beverages as alcohol substitutions for a mood-boosting drink (yet with CBD there is typically no negative conequences)
  • Why people will often turn to non-alcoholic beverages to still have something to have in their hand and drink while quitting alcohol and in early recovery (and even beyond)
  • Why Chris likes drinking several different beverages throughout the day (such as Spring Longevity Dragon Tea, Kombucha, CBD drinks, and more
  • Drinking non-alcoholic cocktails as an alcohol substitution
  • Drinking organic whole milk as an alcohol substitution
  • Matt’s experiences drinking energy drinks on the rocks while also taking Rx pills as an alcohol replacement or substitution
  • CBD-infused non-alcoholic wines for alcohol substitution
  • Why Matt spent almost 2 decades on alcohol and/or drugs and how diet, supplements, and customized health strategies and therapies helped him finally feel great in life with integrative and functional medicine
  • Why it’s often tragic when someone doesn’t know about diet or how to figure out a good way to eat for their particular and unique needs
  • Why Chris and Matt are “allergic to groupthink”
  • Why enlisting the help of loved ones can optimize support and accountability and thus boost success rates
  • The psychology behind being “powerless over alcohol”
  • How missing alcohol and wishing you could drink in moderation can lead to shame. low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, agitation, and more
  • How to genuinely feel really good about yourself as a non-drinker
  • How people can often tell if a non-drinker feels bad about themselves because they can’t control their drinking
  • How poeple can often tell if a non-drinker doesn’t give a dang about alcohol
  • The link between hypoglycemia and alcohol addiction
  • How alcohol feels to a normal drinker vs how alcohol feels to someone addicted to alcohol
  • How alcohol effects a person with hypoglyemia vs how alcohol effects someone without hypoglycemia

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CHRIS SCOTT

Chris Scott founded Fit Recovery in 2014 to help people from around the world dominate alcohol dependence and rebuild their lives from scratch. A former investment banker, he recovered from alcohol dependence using cutting-edge methods that integrate nutrition, physiology, and behavioral change. Today, Chris is an Alcohol Recovery Coach and the creator of an online course called Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0.

DR. REBECA ERIKSEN

Dr. Rebeca Eriksen is the Nutritional Consultant for Fit Recovery. She has a PhD in Nutritional Genetics from Imperial College London, and over ten years of clinical experience designing custom nutritional repair regimens for patients recovering from alcohol addiction. In addition to her work at the exclusive Executive Health clinic in Marbella, Spain, she helps to keep Fit Recovery up to date with emerging research.

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