Adrian Chiles: Drinkers Like Me
Some people are not addicted to alcohol, but drink to enjoy some aspects of life. Adrian Chiles explores his own love of alcohol and why him and many others do not think they are addicted to it. Adrian, who drinks almost every day, decides to start a drinking diary and soon finds out his intake is way over the recommended limit. His big question is whether he needs to quit completely or if he can drink more responsibly.
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