Alcohol: Positive effects you should know


Despite the popular belief that alcohol always has negative effects on our body, we can say happy that this is not true, provided it is this alcohol in moderate doses, as with everything.

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Buying habits in these holiday or festive times they are linked to increased consumption of spirits. Alcohol is and has always been a social indicator in times of leisure, animates and enlivens social encounters, although the consequences to pay after ingestion are different.

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Pros and Cons of alcohol

KIDNEY:  People with type 2 diabetes who drink moderately seem to have a 25% lower risk of developing renal added problem, according to a study. BREASTS: 1 drink a day increases estrogen levels, this lowers levels other nutrients to prevent cancer. This increases in pre-menstrual women at risk for breast cancer.
HEART: Alcohol in moderate amounts helps cells to expel nitrogen oxides that regulate blood pressure, reduce inflammation and prevent heart conditions. MOUTH:  Women who drink more than one glass of wine a day appear to be 3 times more likely to suffer from gum problems. Apparently due to the acidity caused in the stomach.
STOMACH: Drinking a snack Bitter (Amaretto or Campari type) before lunch and then stimulates appetite satiety, so it helps to not overeat. INTESTINES: Over time, alcohol can affect the walls and intestinal tissue, which will make us more prone to gastro-intestinal disorders, such as heartburn or irritable bowel.
BRAIN: According to one study, some people contentilla often solve complex problems faster than sober people. Also people over 70 years who take 7 to 14 drinks per week, have a better memory. N ARIZ: Drinking regularly negatively affects our immune system, reducing the capacity of white blood cells that are in charge of fighting against certain infections and cancerous cells.
Pancreas: A moderate consumption of alcohol, including intake of 1 or 2 glasses a day, can reduce up to 30% risk of developing type 2 diabetes. EYES:  The more you drink, the more likely we are to suffer serious deficits of vitamin A, which among other things protects us from vision problems.

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