YEL 089: The 7 Golden Rules of Alcohol – score yourself

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  • January 28, 2020
The 7 Golden Rules of Alcohol - score yourself

Do you drink alcohol? If so watch this and measure yourself against -The 7 Golden Rules of AlcoholThese rules come from my observations in Ikaria, where I run my 100 Not Out Longevity Experience each year. Here they are (fully explained in the video). Score yourself as you go through the list – 1. Never drink on an empty stomach.2. Eat when you drink – it will allow you to eat more and drink more over the long run. Upon arrival at a panygiri, Ikarians drink goat broth to line their stomachs in preparation for what can be a 14-hour festival. 3. They’re not intending on getting drunk, as getting drunk is frowned upon. Getting tipsy however, is seen as a great social lubricant. 4. Drink in the company of others and never alone. Alcohol is not seen as a coping mechanism for when times are tough – that’s what friends and family are for. And finally, 5. Ikarians drink their own wine or the wine of their neighbours. They know where the wine came from, 6. Whilst the wine may not be certified organic, it’s homegrown, likely biodynamic, sprayfree and made with love. If they’re not sure what to expect, locals will bring their own wine to a social function, 7. Such is their focus on quality over quantity. Let me know how you scored! Either comment or DM 🙌Resources mentioned -100 Not Out Longevity Experience – Ikaria August 30 to September 8. Sardinia August 19 to 28. Details at www.100notout.comCreate Your Exceptional LIfe – Byron Bay – May 16-17 – Spend two days creating the life you were born to live – www.marcuspearce.com.au/byronbay

Posted by Marcus Pearce on Monday, 27 January 2020

Do you drink alcohol? If so watch this and measure yourself against –

The 7 Golden Rules of Alcohol

These rules come from my observations in Ikaria, where I run my 100 Not Out Longevity Experience each year.

Here they are (fully explained in the video).

Score yourself as you go through the list –

1. Never drink on an empty stomach.

2. Eat when you drink – it will allow you to eat more and drink more over the long run.

Upon arrival at a panygiri, Ikarians drink goat broth to line their stomachs in preparation for what can be a 14-hour festival.

3. They’re not intending on getting drunk, as getting drunk is frowned upon. Getting tipsy however, is seen as a great social lubricant.

4. Drink in the company of others and never alone.

Alcohol is not seen as a coping mechanism for when times are tough – that’s what friends and family are for. And finally,

5. Ikarians drink their own wine or the wine of their neighbours. They know where the wine came from,

6. Whilst the wine may not be certified organic, it’s homegrown, likely biodynamic, sprayfree and made with love. If they’re not sure what to expect, locals will bring their own wine to a social function,

7. Such is their focus on quality over quantity.

Let me know how you scored! Either comment or DM 🙌

Resources mentioned –

100 Not Out Longevity Experience – Ikaria August 30 to September 8. Sardinia August 19 to 28. Details at www.100notout.com

Create Your Exceptional LIfe – Byron Bay – May 16-17 – Spend two days creating the life you were born to live – www.marcuspearce.com.au/byronbay

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