“Moderation” in the Consumption of Alcohol: Nonsense upon Flimsy Stilts

“Moderation” is the best defense provided for the consumption of Alcohol. This seemingly harmless approach is adopted by both the alcohol industry as well as a segment of the healthcare industry adhering to the “harm reduction” model. In this comprehensive book, the author attempts to debunk this inept and deceptive approach by providing 23 different arguments to refute the proposed solution to combat alcoholism. He concludes that “moderation” cannot be defined or prescribed to defend the consumption of alcohol.

You can view or download this book in PDF format at the link below.

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One response to ““Moderation” in the Consumption of Alcohol: Nonsense upon Flimsy Stilts

  1. Mazin

    Could you please post a shorter version of the above research paper basically summarising the essential facts so that a non-technical audience finds it easy to read, easy to understand and easy to share ? Thanks.

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