I have witnessed first-hand on a number of occasions how much Jerry enjoys alcoholic beverages, as well as how well he balances such enjoyment with the overall lifestyle he recommends in this book. An important point for readers to remember is that the suggestions contained in this book should, ideally, be employed as a total package, and not on a piecemeal basis. Personally, I think the combination of his advice is critical for sustained health while drinking.
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