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The Surprising Link Between Beer and Heart Health


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Heart health-conscious drinkers have been reaching for wine for years. But new research has found that beer may be even better for your ticker than wine. 


A study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Public Health Care discovered that women who drank beer once or twice a week had a 30 percent lower risk of heart attack than those who drank beer more than twice a week or had no beer at all.


For the study, researchers asked nearly 1,500 women aged 32 to 60 questions about how often they drank beer, wine, or hard alcohol, as well as their physical health. After 32 years, they followed up and found that 185 women had a heart attack, 162 had a stroke, 160 developed diabetes, and 345 developed cancer.


While researchers found a link between moderate beer drinking and a lowered risk of a heart attack, they (surprisingly) didn’t find the same correlation with wine-drinkers.


Wine is known as the heart-healthy alcoholic beverage, but scientists have previously linked beer with heart health — in men, at least. A study of more than 38,000 men published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that those who had beer (and other forms of alcohol) at least three to four days a week had a lower risk of heart attack than men who drank alcohol less than once a week.



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Excellent news,im going out tomorrow night so will be getting shitfaced for certain. :Beer:  :Blur:

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