A Pepsi-addicted man drank 30 cans EVERY DAY for 20 years, costing him £7,000 a year

Andy Currie, 41, spent around £7,000 a year on the fizzy drink and claims to have been cured after an online hypnotherapy session

Andy Curry, 41
Andy Currie, 41, has drunk an estimated 219,000 cans of the fizzy drink since he started drinking it in his 20s

A supermarket worker who was so addicted to Pepsi that he wolfed down 30 cans a day for 20 years has finally broken the habit.

Andy Currie, 41, has drunk an estimated 219,000 cans of the fizzy drink – the equivalent of seven million sugar cubes – since he first started using it when he was 20.

But he decided to take action after being weighed 19 stone and warned by doctors he was at risk of becoming diabetic.

Andy, from Bangor, North Wales, now claims to have been cured after having an online hypnotherapy session and drinking water for the first time in two decades.

He said: “I’ve always loved the taste of a cold Pepsi. Nothing could top it and I was just hooked.

Andy with his wife Sarah on vacation 2018


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The ex-Pepsi addict was estimated to be spending £20 a day, or £7,000 a year, on the fizzy drink


Matthew Lofthouse / SWNS)

“I work nights, so I’ve always liked the sugar rush to keep me going. I used four or five two-liter bottles of Pepsi every day.

“Because I work at Tesco, I could buy it right after work and take it home.”

Andy, who is married to 39-year-old volunteer Sarah, spent £20 a day on Pepsi – which works out to around £7,000 a year.

He added: “It cost me a fortune to be honest. I could have bought a car for the same amount I spent on Pepsi every year.

“I just had to have it, as soon as I woke up I would go to the fridge, pour myself a tall glass of Pepsi and just get on with it all day.

“I remember going to weddings and birthdays and while other people were having a glass of champagne, I was toasting people with a can of lemonade.”

Andy was spending £20 a day on Pepsi, which works out to about £7,000 a year


Matthew Lofthouse / SWNS)

Andy managed to lose five pounds through diet and exercise but still struggled to stop drinking Pepsi.

He contacted London-based therapist and hypnotist David Kilmurry, who identified Woody with a preventable restrictive feeding disorder.

David said: “I was appalled by Andy’s revelation that he was drinking 10 liters of Pepsi a day.

“It was by far the worst sugar addiction I’ve ever heard of.

“Andy has embraced the addiction, been overweight, anxious and was struggling to get his words out because he was so breathless.

“This type of addiction is very dangerous and puts tremendous pressure on your vital organs.

“Andy was pre-diabetic and had to change quickly before heart disease and potential pancreatic cancer caught up with him.

Andy contacted London-based therapist and hypnotist David Kilmurry (pictured)



“It became a poison and a crutch for him. Since working with him, I enjoy seeing him drink water and healthy drinks.”

In a month Andy has dropped another stone and seems remarkably healthier.

He said: “David met me online and hypnotized me for about 40 minutes. I don’t know what he said, but after that I just didn’t want to drink it anymore.

“I still have two cans of Pepsi in my fridge that I wanted before the session but didn’t have time.

“I haven’t touched her in a month and I don’t plan to. I prefer water now.

“My wife Sarah says my skin looks better and I have so much more energy.

“I now enjoy walking and Sarah and I plan to climb Mount Snowdon in the summer.”

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