Drinking alcohol safely: New CRP module dropping soon

Do you enjoy some alcohol from time to time? Like the occasional craft beer or glass of wine? I’m sure you’re aware there are drawbacks to regular alcohol consumption. And some of them involve the circadian clock.

Unfortunately, circadian disruption isn’t the only bad thing when it comes to drinking. Alcohol has many negative effects on the body including:

  • Gut damage
  • Fatty liver
  • Poor sleep
  • Impaired immune function
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Cardiovascular damage
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Increased biological aging

None of these effects are particularly appealing. Fortunately, many of the pathways via which they happen are pretty well-defined and there are things we can do with mitigate this damage.

I’m not going to lie, I love me some craft beer. But my gut doesn’t love it some craft beer, and I have a large family history of cardiovascular disease. Consequently, there was a period of time where I had to give it up. But now I drink it every weekend with no issues.

Apparently, this is pretty common, because it’s one of the most common questions people ask. To provide an answer, I synthesized all the information I used for myself in to the newest module for the Circadian Retraining Program.


Mitigating the damaging effects of alcohol

It’s with great pleasure that I announce the newest module for the Circadian Retraining Program. Mitigating the damaging effects of alcohol builds on the previous modules with a focus on the pathways through which alcohol causes damage.

This module is a monster and compiles a ton of research. It will be released in mid-February and covers things you can do to mitigate the damage. Including:

  • Lifestyle tips
  • Hacks to improve sleep and prevent hangovers
  • Altering circadian factors
  • What to add to your routine on days before and after you drink
  • Important nutrients to include or avoid
  • And more…

This module answers any and all question you have for consuming alcohol in the safest manner and replenishing nutrients. Many of the metabolic pathways and nutrients alcohol affects are critically important for proper circadian rhythms.

With this new module, the program price will increase for new members. In addition to this module, we added the Circadian Weight Loss Program in December. So if you plan to purchase the program, now would be the time.

Joining the program gives you full access to all future updates, so you really have nothing to gain from waiting. And now you can use Paypal credit to get 0% financing for 6 months if you want to buy now and pay later!!!

Go to https://hackyourgut.com/circadian-retraining-program/ to get the full details, read testimonials, and to purchase the program. Don’t wait on this, ACT NOW!!!

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