Beer is the world’s most widely consumed alcoholic beverage and the third-most popular drink overall (after water and tea).
People all over the world just love beer. An average American for
instance, consumes 23 gallons of the beverage a year. Check out the
1. Do you know the volume of alcohol in your
lager beer is between 4% and 6%, depending on the brand? This is lower
to what you have in your wine, which is between 12% and 21%?
you know beer is more sanitary than local water supplies? The water
used to make beer was boiled early on in the brewing process which
killed any pathogens. The alcohol produced during fermentation and the
addition of hops helped to preserve it.
3. Do you know your beer contains folate that helps to reduce the risk of heart disease when consumed in moderation?
4. Do you know your beer consumption reduces blood clots?
5. Do you know beer consumption improves mental function in women?
6. Do you know beer consumption increases bone density?
7. Do you know beer contains no fat? So, beer drinking does not cause overweight or obesity?
8. Do you know the key to health with beer drinking is to limit your consumption to moderation?
9. Do you know beer is rich in many vitamins of the B group and in minerals such as magnesium?
10. Do you know barley and hops used in the production of beer are rich in flavonoids, which have powerful antioxidant effects?
Do you know moderate beer drinkers are at lower risk of coronary heart
disease (CHD)-related mortality than both heavy drinkers and abstainers?
Do you know Vitamin B6 in beer also prevents the alcohol-induced rise
in blood homocysteine, a probable heart disease risk factor?
13. Do you know moderate alcohol drinking significantly increases the good cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, in the body?
14. Do you know beer consumption may reduce the risk of developing kidney stones?
15. Do you know there is a 40% lower risk of kidney stones in beer consumers?