Reduce your Consumption of Beer or Wine with the Emotion Code

Juanita Ecker

How much alcohol do you consume?

Are you a casual drinker? If so, I have two questions for you. On what occasion do you typically drink and why?

I think it’s safe to say that it’s common to have drinks with friends and family, whether you are out on the town or getting together at home. Say you’re hosting a watch party of the latest episode of Dancing with the Stars. Maybe you’re getting together with long-time friends and you’re into your second hour of conversation with no end in sight. In these instances, it’s easy to have one more glass or one more pint. Just as we need to be mindful of how much we eat, we also need to be mindful of how much and how often we drink. 

Why are you drinking?

As you pour your next glass, have you ever paused to ask yourself why you are drinking? Do you drink only to get your mind off the stress of the day? Are there any unresolved emotions that are triggering your drinking? If so, does this lead to drinking more than you’d like?

Imagine how all of the drinks add up. Let’s look at beer and wine for example. One six-pack of ale is known to have about 900 calories. One bottle of wine is known to have about 750 Calories. One serving of wine can range from 134-230 calories depending on the type. Not only can drinking too much wine lead to the overconsumption of calories and possible weight gain. In addition, excess alcohol intake may hinder how your body burns energy and fat.  (Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN, LD, 2020)

Using the Emotional Code

As I have helped many people overcome their fight with emotional and mindless eating, I also use the Emotion Code to help with emotional and mindless drinking. Watch below to see how the Emotion Code works!

Reduce your Consumption of Alcohol with the Emotion Code


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