Drinking Beer is good or bad? It is the fascinating topic around the world over many years right? Of course! Good and bad things are there for every object in the world. Yes, Higher-usage of beer or alcohol will bring health risks, but moderate drinking brings lot of health benefits. I’m not kidding, drinking moderate amount of beer improves your health in various ways. It’s not only good for men it also good for women.
Recent study conducted by surgeon and scientist dr.Rajan dale on benefits of moderate drinking beer and lists out benefits of drinking beer on live Tv news channel KTLA5NEWS.Please check the video in related video section of this page.
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1) Drinking beer increases the bone density and strengthen your bones
Recent study confirms that Beer contains 6.4 to 56.5 milligrams of silicon per litre. Also found that whoever having a habit of drinking beer had less risk of bone-thinning disease. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), silicon may be important for the growth and development of bone and connective tissue and help reduce the risk of the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis.
2) Drinking beer reduces Heart Attack
It doesn’t matter if alcohol is from Wine or brandy or vodka or whiskey or beer is cardio protective. It helps your heart and reduces the heart attack. Yes, other than alcohol many other sugary ingredients comes with beer that have some health risks. But, as far as you intake moderate amount of beer reduces the risk of heart attack. Watch the Bolded word!
3) Drinking beer reduces bad Cholesterol(LDL) and increases Good cholesterol(HDL)
Research shows that moderate alcohol consumption can raise your “good “cholesterol levels (HDL) by increasing the speeds at which proteins are transported through the body. Drinking more than what is considered moderate, however, has an opposite effect, because it can raise both cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
4) Drinking beer reduces Blood clot
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), is the formation of blood clot within a deep vein. A researcher in Norway found studies that show the drinking low to moderate amount of alcohol is reducing the risk of DVT. Antioxidants found in the alcohol helps in fighting with blood clots. It can act as a blood thinner.
5) Beer Boosts the Vitamin B levels
Beer boosts the vitamin B levels, as it is a rich source of several B vitamins (B1,B2,B6, and B12). Experts also claim that people who drink beer have 30% higher levels of vitamin B6 than their counterparts, and double the levels of wine drinkers. Beer is also high is vitamin B12.