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Eduard Starkbauer
June 21, 2022, 10:40am
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The Man Was Cured From Pepsi Addiction By Hypnosis. He Spent About 7,500 Euros A Year On The Cola-Flavoured Drink

This Tesco employee consumed 4 or 5 two-litres a day.

Eduard Starkbauer
June 21, 2022, 10:40am
Reading time: 1:20
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Andy Currie, a British employee of the Tesco supermarket, claims that he recovered from Pepsi addiction thanks to hypnotherapy. According to Newsweek, he drank about nine litres of the sweetened cola drink a day for twenty years.

 

During 20 years of his unusual addiction, he drank about 219,000 cans, which contained about 7 million cubes of sugar. "I've always loved the taste of cold Pepsi. Nothing could deter me and I completely fell for it. I work at night and sugar always gives me an energy kick. I drank four or five two-litre bottles a day. "

 

 

 

The 41-year-old Currie claims that he spent about twenty euros per per day on this drink, which is about 7,500 euros a year. "It cost me a lot of money. With that money, I could easily buy a new car every year. But I had to drink Pepsi. Every morning, my first steps led to the refrigerator, from which I immediately served myself a large cup."

Andy Currie decided to turn around his addiction when his weight exceeded 120 kilograms and his doctor warned him that he was on his way to become diabetic. Through exercise, he managed to lose more than ten pounds, but he did not manage to get rid of the Pepsi addiction. He got lucky the moment he contacted a London hypnotherapist who diagnosed him with a serious form of eating disorder.

 

Hypnotherapy was to supposed to help immediately, and after only a 40-minute online session, this Tesco employee drank water for the first time in twenty years. "I don't remember exactly what he told me during the hypnosis, but when we were done, I didn't like Pepsi anymore. I keep two cans in the fridge, which I haven't touched in a month. I like tap water much more."

 

 

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