In this eye-opening episode, we're thrilled to sit down with Jolene Park, a leading authority on Gray Area Drinking. You may recognize her from her groundbreaking TED talk, which has garnered an astounding 400,000 views. Jolene isn't just a functional nutritionist and health coach; she's also a pioneer in helping people rewire their nervous systems post-drinking using her revolutionary NOURISH method. With nearly a decade of alcohol-free living and features in major outlets like NPR and Forbes, she's the real deal.
We dive deep into what it means to be a gray area drinker, exploring the support landscape that's evolved over the past 10 years. Jolene also guides us through the physiological steps necessary to reduce excessive alcohol consumption and curb those pesky cravings. Plus, don't miss her pro tips on nourishing your nervous system to avoid falling back into the drinking trap. Tune in for an enlightening conversation that could change the way you think about drinking and wellness!
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