“I became more clear, I felt a bit more foggy before,” Gisele Bündchen told People in a story published Monday. “Now I’m very sharp and very present and I notice things that I didn’t notice before. When I’m not drinking, I’m sleeping much better.”
“Right after I turned 40, actually, I felt a huge difference between when I had the glass of wine and when I didn’t have the glass of wine,” she told People. “It’s socially accepted to have a glass of wine. And people even say, ‘Oh, it’s healthy for you.’ Well, it is not healthy for me. If you want to ask of your body what I ask of my body, which is a lot, I can’t be having all these things (alcohol, caffeine) because they add up.”
In one of the buzzed-about moments of her now ex-husband’s Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018, Bündchen went viral for drinking wine as she watched.
Abstaining can improve your relationships, make you feel better emotionally and physically, and may even change your interests, according to experts.
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