Why your stop overeating course recommends removing flour and sugar, but stop over drinking offers planned drinking rather than removing it altogether?

Hi Brooke,
I’m a huge fan of yours. I actually found you with one of your facebook ads regarding how to stop over drinking about two years ago. At the time, I had already stopped drinking for 6 months, but was still in the early stages and was very interested in learning as much as I could on the topic. I watched your 3 videos on over drinking and loved learning all about the conditioned desire. I also started listening to your podcasts and became a true follower. I’ve been in scholars since it’s inception, and am signed up for your Life Coach training in May. I’ve been thinking a lot about what my niche would be, and one of the things I’m thinking about is maybe working within a sub market of maybe empty nesters or stay at home moms that would like to change their drinking. However, I’m wondering why your over drinking course focuses a lot on planned drinking, rather than actually not working on stopping drinking altogether, or maybe just taking a break. Doesn’t the planned drinking just keep igniting the dopamine in our brains and make the process that much harder? I know that I tried moderating my drinking for years, which at times I was successful at, but ultimately, when I made the commitment to eliminate it completely and dealt with my urges without any negotiation of whether or not to drink, or how much I was going to drink, it actually made it easier. You always mention that your stop over drinking course was derived from your stop overeating course, but in your overeating course, you strongly advise removing flour and sugar, altogether. Why the difference between the two?