No alcohol for me, EVER. I value my liver too much to hazard that.
Some studies have claimed that small
amounts (like 1-2 drinks a day) are actually good for your heart. But even if that's true, I don't know whether that outweighs the extra stress on your liver. Anyhow, I don't smoke and have significantly cut back on my consumption of red meat, so at least I don't have those risk factors. I like beer too much, and I figure the odds are the rest of my body will wear out before my liver anyway...
I did have a super nice Avocado (no sugar, no ice, no milk) smoothie with honey for breakfast. It was heaven. That's what I wanna drink just before I leave this world.
Sounds delicious! I do feel compelled to point out, however, that honey isn't particularly good for you. In fact, chemically its composition is nearly identical to HFCS (which is a solution of glucose and fructose in water). There are, of course, naturally occurring trace minerals in honey, which may have some beneficial health effects if you're not getting sufficient amounts of those minerals from other sources; but at the end of the day, it is still basically pure sugar, and is metabolized as such.