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April 19, 2021 31 min

This week I had the absolute pleasure to discuss the benefits of going sober with Hilary Sheinbaum, journalist, and author of, “The dry challenge: How to lose the booze for Dry January sober October and any other alcohol-free month”, Hillary talks about her unique perspective coming from her red carpet days as a contributor to regional and national publications, including New York Times, USA Today, Travel Leisure, New York Magazine, and living in a world of entertainment and alcohol, You’ll never believe what prompted her to attempt sobriety. Listen in and learn more. 


  • The real-life of a socialite
  • How tipsy texting led to an incredible book and challenge. 
  • The unknown fact about alcohol consumption
  • Why you might look older if you drink alcohol. 

  • To learn more about Hilary Sheinbaum check out her Website and her first book, The Dry Challenge: How to Lose the Booze for Dry January, Sober October, and Any Other Alcohol-Free Month.

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  • Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From the Inside Out by Dr. Adrienne Youdim
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