A man for 20 years did not drink water, but only used Pepsi: how did this affect his health

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41-year-old Andy Curry drank 30 sodas a day and spent over $8,600 a year on it (more than $172,000 in 20 years)—about $25 a day. The New York Post wrote more about this story.

Man For 20 years he didn’t drink water, but drank only Pepsi: how did this affect his health

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However, Curry says, with the help of a hypnotist, after 20 years, he is finally cured.

A grocery store worker in Bangor, UK has drunk approximately 219,000 cans of Pepsi, the equivalent of seven million sugar cubes, since he first started drinking it at the age of 20.

« I've always liked the taste of cold cola. Nothing could beat him and I was just hooked,” he said.

Because he worked the night shift for much of his supermarket career, Curry “always liked having the sugar rush keep him going.”

This expensive habit cost him every year a fortune, however, as the grocery store worker said, “I just had to have a Pepsi as soon as I woke up.”

Curry recalled going to weddings and other events where guests sipped champagne while he opened a can of soda.

But a recent trip to the doctor revealed that he had a pre-diabetic condition. During this time, he gained 266 pounds (120 kg), he was found to be at risk of cardiovascular disease and potential pancreatic cancer.

Despite a strict diet and exercise regimen that helped him lose 28 lbs (12 kg), his Pepsi addiction remained.

That's when Curry and his wife Sarah hooked up with hypnotist David Kilmurry.

He determined that Curry had an eating disorder – eating patterns that limit the variety of preferred foods.

Kilmurry hypnotized Curry for 40 minutes during an online video conference – he got rid of his soda cravings in just one session.

Curry drank water for the first time in 20 years since the hypnotherapy session, it would seem , having recovered from his illness.

Over the next month, Curry lost another 14 pounds (6 kg).

“I haven't touched a drink in a month and I don't intend to. Now I prefer water. Wife Sarah says my skin looks better and I have much more energy,” said Curry.

“I don't know what he said, but after that I just didn't want drinking Pepsi,” the drink lover admitted.

Kilmurry is “horrified” that Curry drank so much soda.

“This the kind of addiction is very dangerous and puts a lot of pressure on your vitals,” he said. “It became poison and a burden for him. Since I've been working with him, I'm glad to see him drinking water and healthy drinks.