A Beer a Day Keeps Troubles Away!

Beer is one of the oldest and most popular alcoholic drinks available in the market right now. This is a heart-healthy drink. Moderate consumption of beer has many unknown health benefits which helps you to avoid even the risk of cardiac arrest.

Beer is known to be rich in proteins and Vitamin B. It is a good source of minerals as well,  which plays a great role in the metabolism process. Ales and Lagers are two types of beers which are differentiated based on the temperatures at which the beer is fermented. Ales are fermented at much warmer temperatures than Lagers.


To name a few, India pale ale (IPA), Irish red ale, Flanders red ale, and Dunkelweizen are some of the Ales available in the market. Munich Dunkel and Doppelbock fall in the Lagers category. Here are some of the health benefits of this alcoholic drink:

  • Lessens the risk of heart attack: Many studies have found a 25% lower risk of Cardiac Arrest (Heart Attack) in people who drink less than two drinks daily, compared to the people who don’t drink alcoholic products.
  • Reduces risk of kidney problems: Beer helps in maintaining the good health of your kidneys. Consuming it in moderate quantities every day will help avoid the risk of forming stones in kidneys.
  • Strengthens bones: This beverage contains a dietary silicon in significant percentages. The dietary silicon helps in strengthening your bones. 

Beer also helps to get good sleep. Lactoflavin and Nicotine acid helps one to get rid of their Insomnia. It helps in the prevention of blood clots. Moreover, it makes skin look nice, also making it smoother.


Drinking beer raises the blood glucose levels due to its high carbohydrate content. It is always advisable not to consume alcohol if you are diabetic or when suffering from cancer related diseases. However, it is always preferable to consult your doctor before taking in any alcohol drink.

As it is always said, “Drinking is injurious to health”. Try to avoid it at any cost or consume it in moderate quantities in such a way that helps your body and not damage it.

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