Good Day Cooks: #MockCocktails

Reasons to try


A month alcohol-free has a lot of benefits: research published in 2018, conducted by the Royal Free Hospital and published in the British Medical Journal, found that a month off lowers blood pressure, reduces diabetes risk, lowers cholesterol, and reduces levels of cancer-related proteins in the blood. During Dry January last year 88% of participants saved money, 71% slept better and 58% lost weight.

Dry January is the annual movement through which millions of people give up alcohol for the month of January…

If you can make it through the month alcohol-free, you’ll get bigger benefits. The biggest benefit of all is that you’ll see you don’t need alcohol to have fun, go out, stay in, relax or do anything else you might associate with drinking. And knowing that will help you take control of your drinking year-round.

A month off is the perfect way to reset your relationship with alcohol. It only takes three weeks to break a habit, so this could be your route to happier, healthier drinking long-term.

What to Drink (When You’re Not Drinking)

What about when the month is done?

The Good news is that Dry January is the perfect training ground for helping you cut down from February onwards! Cutting down permanently is, for many people, very hard, because habits are hard to break. Dry January is an excellent way of learning what your habits are and how to break them, enabling you to cut down longer-term. You can think of it as a bootcamp for drinking self-control But  you can drink also :


Arkay is no alcohol,  no limits, with Arkay don’t reinvent the recipe, Arkay is clean and healthy, by drinkers for drinkers

Good Day Cooks: #MockCocktails

You can celebrate and ring in the new year with mock cocktails! Chris Mashall from Sans Bar joins Leslie Rangel in the Good Day Austin studio with some amazing recipes.

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