Sometimes, Sip Your Beer Without Any Guilt, Get Refreshed And As Well Enjoy The Health Benefits

BEER is the third of the commonest consumed liquid drinks after water and tea.

Beer is an alcoholic beverage made by brewing and fermentation from cereals, usually malted barley, and flavored with hops and the like for a slightly bitter taste.

The first brews of beer were made from dates, pomegranates, and other indigenous herbs. They were mostly used for religious ceremonies which were presided over by the Pharoahs, little wonder the royal heads of ancient Egypt are considered as the first brew masters.

The culture of brewing beer was eventually imported to Europe where it became an integral part of the people’s culture. It was valued both for its nutritional value as well as its role as a substitute to water.

The adoption of beer in Europe led to a new practice of brewing, and new inventions they added to it which many refer to as the dawn of the modern beer – as we know it.

Beer is not just popular because of its great refreshing feel to the body. The beverage has a whole lot of health benefits to the body.

We always hear that beer consumption is not good for health and we all know that drinking too much alcohol can lead to a wide variety of health problems, including high blood pressure, liver cancer, alcoholism, and cirrhosis. But surprisingly beer also has many health benefits.

Studies have found out that beer not only expands lifespan it is also very beneficial to health.So for those who enjoy beer, drinking it in moderation can actually be good for you!

Beer keeps your kidneys healthy, each bottle of beer you drink reduces the risk of developing kidney stone.This is as a result of the hops in the beer, which is a bittering, and flavouring agent that slows the release of calcium from bone, which could get reabsorbed by the kidneys as painful stones.

This plays out through the frequent visits to the rest room for drinkers of beer.

Beer contains soluble fibre, which comes from the Barley, Fibre plays an important role in intestinal transit and digestion. (a fibre deficiency can cause gastric and intestinal disorders such as constipation or diarrhea).The same fibrecontent of beer also helps to lower cholesterol level in the body.

Beer consumption is good for stronger bones, moderate consumption of beer helps in building stronger bones as a result of the silicon contained in the beer which helps to develop a higher bone density.

Also the presence of silicon in beer helps to boost brain health and protect the brain from aluminum and other substances that may possibly cause dementia.

Lactoflavin and nicotinic acid, which are both present in beer, can cure insomnia, promote sleep and reduce work-related stress or anxiety.

Beer reduces your risk of a heart attack, The ingredients in beer help prevent blood clot.  Regularly drinking beer reduces the risk of heart diseases because it has good anti clotting effects, which help in keeping blood vessels clean, free and health.

Another amazing health benefit of drinking beer is that it is  very high in antioxidants and flavanoids which are very helpful in reducing cancer risk, especially prostate cancer for men and breast cancer in women.

Beer makes skin more beautiful Good news for women! Certain vitamins in beer can regenerate the skin and have a positive impact on pigmentation. Your skin becomes smoother and suppler. Beer is also a generous source of vitamin B12, an anti-anaemic factor.

According to a study, men who drink moderate amount of beer are less likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

You know the immediate confidence boost you get after a few glasses of beer? Beer causes you to feel more confident, with every glasses of beer you consumed, the more attractive you found yourself, the more your cognitive performance. So enjoy every sip of it.

Remember all these benefits are derived from drinking beer with moderation because excess of it kills.

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