It is true that drinking beer, or any alcoholic drink in excess, can lead to serious health problems. However, some studies show that beer, if consumed responsibly, can be as heart-healthy as wine. Here are some of its benefits for our body.
A European study found that a pint of beer a day reduces the risk of heart disease by 31%, by increasing high-density lipoprotein (known as "good cholesterol" ).
People with diabetes who drink beer moderately are less likely to have coronary heart disease and also less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
Adults over 65 who drink 1-6 pints of beer a week, show lower risk of dementia than those adults of the same age who drink excessively or not drink at all.
People drinking beer in moderation tend to report fewer illnesses throughout their life, compared to people who drink excessively or doesn’t drink at all.
In the health section of Forbes magazine has been published that beer can help fight bone loss in young men and women, reconstructing and strengthening it.
In other words…Cheers!