A supermarket worker who drank up to 10 liters of whole-sugar Pepsi every day for twenty years writes that he overcame his addiction after hypnosis. daily Mail. He is 41 years old Andy Corey After waking up every morning, he drank a full liter of soda – and was able to consume up to 30 cans a day. A man living in Bangor, Wales, has a Pepsi addiction of around £20 a day, which is £7,000 a year (more than £3 million today).
Corey got used to soft drinks in her twenties:
I work out at night, so I’ve always liked to eat sugar to keep up with the momentum. I was consuming four to five 2-liter bottles of Pepsi per day. Since I worked at Tesco, I was able to buy it and take it home right after work
However, Corey admits that the habit costs him a fortune:
I could have bought a car every year for the same amount I spent on Pepsi.
Then Corey decided to take action after she hit 120 pounds, and her doctors warned her that she was at risk of developing diabetes. He managed to lose two pounds, but could not leave Pepsi.
He then visited a therapist and hypnotist in London who was found to have Avoidable Eating Disorder (ARFID). The supermarket worker says he recovered after one treatment with online hypnotherapy and drank water again two decades later, and that cardboard left in his apartment hadn’t touched Pepsi for a month.
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