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Friday, June 7, 2019

Drinking Beer Can Prolong Your Life, Science Confirms

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In studying 80,000 adults conducted by the Pennsylvania State University, beer has a positive effect on your health by reducing the risk of having a stroke and development of cardiovascular diseases.

A moderate intake of beer per day, a glass, or two, may help you avoid the risk of kidney stones, strokes, diabetes and heart attacks, better generally drinking at all.

Having the comparison of adults who drink and do not drink beer, adults who drink beer moderately live longer than those who do not.

Also, Dr. Tero Hirvonen of the National Public Health Institute of Helsinki, used his detailed inquiry of 27,000 middle-aged men to conclude that "a bottle of beer per day reduces risk of kidney stones by 40%."

Alcohol content of beer can also increase the sensitivity of insulin, which helps to prevent diabetes.

Additionally, beer is a great source of soluble fiber that helps to control blood sugar of people suffering from diabetes.

Beer contains elements that positively affect your bones as well, making them more powerful by reducing the risk of fracturing bones, more than that would raise the risk of breakages.

This traditional diet of beer may be better than the highly promoted soft drinks and convenience foods on prolonging your life in your place.

Simply remember, beer is an enjoyable drink taken in moderate amounts, and may have positive effects on health, but once abused it may bring negatives too.



By Mark Lester, Lucis Philippines

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