Although we don’t promote drinking excessive beer by any means, many reports have consistently stated that moderate consumption of beer is can actually benefit your health.
In fact, beer consumers are said to live longer! Yes, you heard that right, numerous independent studies suggest that not drinking at all is good for you neither and moderate drinkers tend to live longer and better than non-drinkers.
And, why it won’t benefit you, it’s all natural after all, Beer has alcohol and hops, both of which are natural preservatives so, it doesn’t need any preservatives. Beer is only cooked and fermented, then filtered and packaged without the addition of any preservatives.
Beer contains high levels of silicon, a bone-growth promoting element. A research has concluded that one or two glasses of beer a day can help reduce the risk of fracturing your bones whereas, if consumed more, it raises the risk of breakages. So, you just need to get the balance right. Drinking the right amount of beer can result in strengthening your bones.
A group of researchers at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania have concluded that beer can reduce the heart-attacks incidences. However, they added that the moderation is the key and more than enough consumption can make it worse.
Beer is a natural nightcap. It has been found to stimulate the production of dopamine in the brain, a compound that is usually prescribed to insomnia patients by doctors.
Simply tasting beer can increase the amount of dopamine in the brain – which results in making us feel calmer and more relaxed. However, the academics clarified that these effects are achieved after only a taste. So, don’t drink the entire bottle, just tablespoon of beer and, your insomnia can be cured.
Although, beer can help in all things listed in this article, but remember, beer is not the only prescribed medicine. Make sure to consult with a doctor in case of any serious problems.
Don’t feel bad about being a beer-lover anymore. Drink it proudly! Share this article with all your non-drinker friends and tell them it’s not that bad!