In 2010, the University of London UK and US experts jointly conducted a study in 38,000 men, found that those who drink beer regularly will reduce the risk of diabetes compared to those who never drink. beer. Specifically, those who drink 1-2 glasses of beer a day, after 4 years, reduce the risk of diabetes by up to 25%. In addition, if using beer regularly, moderately does not cause beer belly syndrome as many people say, but it helps bile work well, helping to digest fat in food faster. And yet, due to the high fiber content, drinking 2 glasses of beer / day will satisfy about 30% of the daily fiber needs of the body, helping to reduce fat, and limit gluttonous obesity.
In 2008, the Journal of Food And Chemical Toxicology published research by British scientists, said that although beer abuse can cause brain fog, but drinking in moderation is effective in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. . The reason the silicon content in beer reduces the heavy metals present in the brain, especially aluminum, and ultimately reduces disease. Conversely, if you drink more than 2 pint / day (1.1 liters), it will cause adverse effects, cause memory loss and increase the risk of dementia in old age.
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