The New Research On The Health Effects Of Beer May Surprise You
Medical science has finally caught up with what many have been drunkenly telling their partners, parents, and doubters for years – beer really is good for your health.
‘If you analysed beer you would be amazed at how many super-nutrients there are in it,’ says Dr Stephan Domenig, medical director of The Original F.X. Mayr Health Centre in Austria.
The stuff is high in vitamins, calcium and amino acids, low in sugar compared with fizzy soft drinks and research suggests it can even help prevent Alzheimer’s. That seems a bit of a contradiction considering how hard it is so hard to remember the night before after a few pints, but we will take it anyway.
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Whilst we are on the subject of beer, it seemed relevant to take a look at the most popular beers in the world.
10. Brahma – 18.1 million barrels per year
9. Coors Light – 25.1 million barrels per year
8. Heineken – 29.1 Million Barrels