Friday, January 28, 2022

10 Health Benefits of Drinking Beer

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In no way is this post a green signal for you to neck 6 bottles of beer and get wasted every weekend. You’re probably well aware of the consequences to that. But if moderation is your mantra, I might have some good news for you.

bhfContrary to what is widely believed, drinking beer does have certain benefits (No, not the upgraded dance moves or the chat-up lines y’all come up with). I am talking about how your health can benefit from moderate drinking.

But, hey! The non-drinkers are definitely not being suggested to start drinking for any of the reasons below because the risks that come along with it still outweigh the benefits. But if you like a drink every now and then, you might find a reason to toast to your health.

Here are a few health benefits hiding in your pint which might make you get up to make yourself a drink tonight.


  1. Better Digestion

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Beer is known to contain soluble fibers which help in better digestion, good for cleaning out the digestive tract and for general health as well.

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  1. Lesser Risk of Kidney Stones

    imagesA research led by Dr. T. Hirvonen has shown that beer consumption was inversely associated with risk of developing kidney stones; each bottle of beer consumed per day was estimated to reduce risk by 40%. Excretion of calcium might be increased due to the alcohol in this case.

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    1. One Drink a Day, Keeps the Cardiologist Away!

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The risks of Atherosclerosis – a condition that causes narrowing of blood vessels due to cholesterol deposition and is the reason behind many heart problems, are cut by half in the case of moderate drinkers.

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  1. Reduced Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

    alzheimers-749616_960_720A study has concluded that either due to the benefits of a good circulation to brain or due to the silicon content of the beer, risk of Alzheimer’s disease is reduced.

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  1. Keeping Diabetes at Bay

    diabetes-777001_960_720A study by Harvard Researchers has concluded that moderate consumption, not more than one to two drinks a day, reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes among middle aged men by about 25%.

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  1. Wrong Address, Cataract!

    7544344214_4b23b5216c_bNow the only thing you probably remember about Mitochondria from high school, is that it is the power house of cells. But did you know that the antioxidant activity in the outer lens of the eye is increased due to less mitochondrial damage, reducing the risk of developing cataracts, in those who drink moderate amount of beer.

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  1. Strong Bones

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A study in 2009 has associated good mineral density of bones over the age of sixty with moderate consumption of alcohol. However, this research also found out that drinking more than 2 drinks per day, caused just the opposite effects in men contributing to a great bone loss.

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8. Lower your Blood Pressure

indexA research at Harvard has shown that beer drinkers, who drink a moderate amount occasionally, are less likely to develop hypertension than those who prefer wine or other cocktails.

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  1. Helping Insomniacs

    5960469024_ba617aa78c_bLactoflavin and Nicotinic acid present in beer can promote sleep. Also, a study shows that the taste of beer, without any effect from alcohol itself, can trigger dopamine release in the brain helping you sleep.

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  1. Lose Weight

    beerNo, I am not saying the term ‘beer belly’ came into existence out of nowhere, but a study has found that xanthohumol, a compound present in beer, if not cause a magical transformation, could help you reduce some pounds.

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