They say, drinking alcoholic drinks is bad for the health, how much more when you drink too much of it? It can cause serious health problems like certain types of cancer, high blood pressure, stroke, liver disease, and the list goes on. However, drinking in moderation surprisingly has a few health benefits.
Here are its health benefits when there is moderation in alcohol consumption:
Cut Down Risk of Diabetes — Drinking one to two glasses of beer or any liquor can decrease the possibility of diabetes type 2.
Help Burn Fats — One glass of wine can help burn those unwanted fats. A specific type of alcohol, red wine, help manage obesity and a metabolic fatty liver. A chemical present in red wine, ellagic acid, slows down the production of fat cells while boosting the metabolism of fatty acids in liver cells.
Helps Restrain Against Common Cold — Believe it or not, drinking alcohol in moderation helps get rid or prevent anyone from the common cold virus. Wine specifically has antioxidants which is suspected to be the cause of this.
Good for the Heart — While everyone thought alcohol is bad for the heart, drinking it in moderation seem to have something good to offer. It contains anti-inflammatory properties and pro-angiogenic which is a great cardiovascular advantage.
Improve Memory — While drinking too much alcohol makes others forget what happened to them while they were drunk, red wine can help enhance your memory!
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