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Feb 23, 2021 17:27:50   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
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There’s nothing quite like a cold beer on a hot day – that hoppy, rich and refreshing taste just goes down a treat. It’s the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world, and it’s the third most popular beverage overall, after water and tea.




It has received somewhat of a bad reputation in recent years for being fattening and high in calories, which is unfortunate because there are actually various health benefits to be gained when drinking beer in moderation. So put your feet up, pour yourself a pint and read about beer’s awesome health benefits!
1. It Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease

Whatever kind of alcohol you like to drink, studies have indicated that when consumed in moderation, beer thins the blood, making it less likely to clot. Furthermore, it helps reduce the risk of heart disease and increases the amount of good cholesterol in the blood. 2. It's Good for Kidney Health

Before you think this benefit is free license to drink as much as you want, think again. Drinking too much is harmful to your kidneys, however moderate consumption of beer has been shown to reduce the likelihood of developing kidney stones - they develop when there's too much calcium in your body. Hops, which are used to make beer, have been shown to assist with releasing calcium from the bones.







3. It's Genuinely Nutritious! beer;Although it may seem far-fetched, a 12 oz. beer has up to a gram of fiber in it, as well as plenty of B vitamins such as B6, B12, niacin, and riboflavin. Beer is also rich in silicon, which is a nutrient that helps with strengthening bones.4. It Reduces the Risk of Diabetes beerIn 2011, Harvard University concluded a study involving 38,000 middle-aged men. Participants who drank two beers a day were shown to have a 25% lower risk of contracting Type II diabetes than those who did not. This statistic does not apply in the context of excessive drinking. 5. It May Reduce the Risk of Cancer

There's reason to believe this after a Portuguese study found that marinating meat in beer eliminated almost 70% of all of its carcinogens. What's for certain is that beer contains plenty of antioxidants, which help your body cleanse itself of toxins.



6. It Improves Brain Health

The latest research in this area, conducted at China's Lanzhou University in 2015, has indicated that having a couple of beers each day contributes toward staving off Alzheimer's Disease and dementia, as well as lowering the risk of having a stroke. In addition, a study carried out on 11,000 women in 2005 found that those who drank one beer a day exhibited better mental function than those that didn't. Their risk of mental decline was also found to be reduced by 20%. 7. It Keeps Your Muscles Strong Into Old Age

A 2012 study conducted at Tokushima University in Japan found that the prenylated flavonoid contained in hops (a flower primarily used as a flavoring and stabilizing agent in beer), called 8-prenylnaringenin, inhibited muscle atrophy in laboratory mice. When they were given feed containing the flavonoid, they were found to retain more muscle mass than those that were fed a normal diet.8. It Can Help Get Rid of Pesky Dandruff

The high yeast and vitamin B levels found in beer make it one of the best natural treatments for dandruff. If you have dandruff that just won't go away, try pouring a bottle of beer over your head two to three times a week and watch it disappear. Doing so will also make your hair extra soft and shiny. 9. It Can Help Keep Stress At Bay

Again, this one isn't an excuse to get completely intoxicated! Stick within the 12 oz. daily recommended limit if you're a woman or the 24 oz. daily recommended limit if you're a man - it'll help keep stress levels down and reduce any anxiety you might be feeling. Enjoy responsibly! 10. It Has Antimicrobial Properties


The hops used to make beer are known to be antimicrobial, meaning that it can kill micro-organisms that could cause you harm, such as when you get a bacterial infection of some kind.

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Feb 23, 2021 18:07:31   #
Big A Loc: Gilbert, Arizona
 
Dang, BB ! I always knew beer
was not only good, but good for you ! Nice to have proof positive !

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Feb 23, 2021 20:26:19   #
flyguy Loc: So. Padre Island, TX. 1 & 2, & S.E. MN. 3-12
 
[quote=badbobby]Some of y'all might wanta show this to your better halves

There’s nothing quite like a cold beer on a hot day – that hoppy, rich and refreshing taste just goes down a treat. It’s the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world, and it’s the third most popular beverage overall, after water and tea.




It has received somewhat of a bad reputation in recent years for being fattening and high in calories, which is unfortunate because there are actually various health benefits to be gained when drinking beer in moderation. So put your feet up, pour yourself a pint and read about beer’s awesome health benefits!
1. It Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease

Whatever kind of alcohol you like to drink, studies have indicated that when consumed in moderation, beer thins the blood, making it less likely to clot. Furthermore, it helps reduce the risk of heart disease and increases the amount of good cholesterol in the blood. 2. It's Good for Kidney Health

Before you think this benefit is free license to drink as much as you want, think again. Drinking too much is harmful to your kidneys, however moderate consumption of beer has been shown to reduce the likelihood of developing kidney stones - they develop when there's too much calcium in your body. Hops, which are used to make beer, have been shown to assist with releasing calcium from the bones.







3. It's Genuinely Nutritious! beer;Although it may seem far-fetched, a 12 oz. beer has up to a gram of fiber in it, as well as plenty of B vitamins such as B6, B12, niacin, and riboflavin. Beer is also rich in silicon, which is a nutrient that helps with strengthening bones.4. It Reduces the Risk of Diabetes beerIn 2011, Harvard University concluded a study involving 38,000 middle-aged men. Participants who drank two beers a day were shown to have a 25% lower risk of contracting Type II diabetes than those who did not. This statistic does not apply in the context of excessive drinking. 5. It May Reduce the Risk of Cancer

There's reason to believe this after a Portuguese study found that marinating meat in beer eliminated almost 70% of all of its carcinogens. What's for certain is that beer contains plenty of antioxidants, which help your body cleanse itself of toxins.



6. It Improves Brain Health

The latest research in this area, conducted at China's Lanzhou University in 2015, has indicated that having a couple of beers each day contributes toward staving off Alzheimer's Disease and dementia, as well as lowering the risk of having a stroke. In addition, a study carried out on 11,000 women in 2005 found that those who drank one beer a day exhibited better mental function than those that didn't. Their risk of mental decline was also found to be reduced by 20%. 7. It Keeps Your Muscles Strong Into Old Age

A 2012 study conducted at Tokushima University in Japan found that the prenylated flavonoid contained in hops (a flower primarily used as a flavoring and stabilizing agent in beer), called 8-prenylnaringenin, inhibited muscle atrophy in laboratory mice. When they were given feed containing the flavonoid, they were found to retain more muscle mass than those that were fed a normal diet.8. It Can Help Get Rid of Pesky Dandruff

The high yeast and vitamin B levels found in beer make it one of the best natural treatments for dandruff. If you have dandruff that just won't go away, try pouring a bottle of beer over your head two to three times a week and watch it disappear. Doing so will also make your hair extra soft and shiny. 9. It Can Help Keep Stress At Bay

Again, this one isn't an excuse to get completely intoxicated! Stick within the 12 oz. daily recommended limit if you're a woman or the 24 oz. daily recommended limit if you're a man - it'll help keep stress levels down and reduce any anxiety you might be feeling. Enjoy responsibly! 10. It Has Antimicrobial Properties


The hops used to make beer are known to be antimicrobial, meaning that it can kill micro-organisms that could cause you harm, such as when you get a bacterial infection of some kind.[/q

Thanks, bb, that makes it all good.

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Feb 23, 2021 23:50:40   #
OJdidit Loc: Oak Creek Wisconsin
 
“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy”
Benjamin Franklin

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Feb 24, 2021 08:29:59   #
kandydisbar Loc: West Orange, NJ
 
A small container of it in the garden catches veggie eating slugs

Too much though cirrhosis of the liver

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Feb 24, 2021 09:07:34   #
bahmer Loc: Northern Illinois Rockford
 
badbobby wrote:
Some of y'all might wanta show this to your better halves

There’s nothing quite like a cold beer on a hot day – that hoppy, rich and refreshing taste just goes down a treat. It’s the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world, and it’s the third most popular beverage overall, after water and tea.




It has received somewhat of a bad reputation in recent years for being fattening and high in calories, which is unfortunate because there are actually various health benefits to be gained when drinking beer in moderation. So put your feet up, pour yourself a pint and read about beer’s awesome health benefits!
1. It Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease

Whatever kind of alcohol you like to drink, studies have indicated that when consumed in moderation, beer thins the blood, making it less likely to clot. Furthermore, it helps reduce the risk of heart disease and increases the amount of good cholesterol in the blood. 2. It's Good for Kidney Health

Before you think this benefit is free license to drink as much as you want, think again. Drinking too much is harmful to your kidneys, however moderate consumption of beer has been shown to reduce the likelihood of developing kidney stones - they develop when there's too much calcium in your body. Hops, which are used to make beer, have been shown to assist with releasing calcium from the bones.







3. It's Genuinely Nutritious! beer;Although it may seem far-fetched, a 12 oz. beer has up to a gram of fiber in it, as well as plenty of B vitamins such as B6, B12, niacin, and riboflavin. Beer is also rich in silicon, which is a nutrient that helps with strengthening bones.4. It Reduces the Risk of Diabetes beerIn 2011, Harvard University concluded a study involving 38,000 middle-aged men. Participants who drank two beers a day were shown to have a 25% lower risk of contracting Type II diabetes than those who did not. This statistic does not apply in the context of excessive drinking. 5. It May Reduce the Risk of Cancer

There's reason to believe this after a Portuguese study found that marinating meat in beer eliminated almost 70% of all of its carcinogens. What's for certain is that beer contains plenty of antioxidants, which help your body cleanse itself of toxins.



6. It Improves Brain Health

The latest research in this area, conducted at China's Lanzhou University in 2015, has indicated that having a couple of beers each day contributes toward staving off Alzheimer's Disease and dementia, as well as lowering the risk of having a stroke. In addition, a study carried out on 11,000 women in 2005 found that those who drank one beer a day exhibited better mental function than those that didn't. Their risk of mental decline was also found to be reduced by 20%. 7. It Keeps Your Muscles Strong Into Old Age

A 2012 study conducted at Tokushima University in Japan found that the prenylated flavonoid contained in hops (a flower primarily used as a flavoring and stabilizing agent in beer), called 8-prenylnaringenin, inhibited muscle atrophy in laboratory mice. When they were given feed containing the flavonoid, they were found to retain more muscle mass than those that were fed a normal diet.8. It Can Help Get Rid of Pesky Dandruff

The high yeast and vitamin B levels found in beer make it one of the best natural treatments for dandruff. If you have dandruff that just won't go away, try pouring a bottle of beer over your head two to three times a week and watch it disappear. Doing so will also make your hair extra soft and shiny. 9. It Can Help Keep Stress At Bay

Again, this one isn't an excuse to get completely intoxicated! Stick within the 12 oz. daily recommended limit if you're a woman or the 24 oz. daily recommended limit if you're a man - it'll help keep stress levels down and reduce any anxiety you might be feeling. Enjoy responsibly! 10. It Has Antimicrobial Properties


The hops used to make beer are known to be antimicrobial, meaning that it can kill micro-organisms that could cause you harm, such as when you get a bacterial infection of some kind.
Some of y'all might wanta show this to your better... (show quote)


I drink two beers a day so I am good to go.

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Feb 24, 2021 16:26:54   #
USAF Major Loc: Sea Bright, NJ
 
I now have no doubt you are brilliant Bad Bobby!

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Feb 24, 2021 16:45:02   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
USAF Major wrote:
I now have no doubt you are brilliant Bad Bobby!


Huh???
thank you though

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Feb 24, 2021 17:19:55   #
bahmer Loc: Northern Illinois Rockford
 
badbobby wrote:
Huh???
thank you though


Ahh such modesty you are truly an inspiration to us young'uns.

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Feb 24, 2021 19:07:33   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
bahmer wrote:
Ahh such modesty you are truly an inspiration to us young'uns.

now bahm
you're makin me blush

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Feb 25, 2021 03:36:09   #
hang on sloopy Loc: oakford,pa.bucks,co.
 
Nice, now that i am 6 month without a drink .

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Feb 25, 2021 12:34:41   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
hang on sloopy wrote:
Nice, now that i am 6 month without a drink .


congrats sloopy
hang in there

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Feb 25, 2021 12:35:41   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
bahmer wrote:
I drink two beers a day so I am good to go.


good to go where bahm???

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Feb 25, 2021 12:36:55   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
kandydisbar wrote:
A small container of it in the garden catches veggie eating slugs

Too much though cirrhosis of the liver


din't know slugs like beer!!

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Feb 25, 2021 14:43:47   #
OJdidit Loc: Oak Creek Wisconsin
 
kandydisbar wrote:
A small container of it in the garden catches veggie eating slugs

Too much though cirrhosis of the liver


I don’t care what those slugs die of 😉

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