When it comes to food, beer is its perfect partner. Beer and food seem like a match made in heaven. Beer is a great drink and comes with many antioxidant properties. It has many health benefits, but wine always steals the show in this department. The truth must be told! Beer and wine both have the same amount of antioxidants. Beer also has more amounts of protein and B vitamins in it. A 12-ounce beer serving has 95 – 360 calories. Since you can always drink a smaller serving, you don’t worry about it that much.
Burgers and Beer A good hefty beef or pork burger is everybody’s favorite. Beer seems to elevate its taste by ten times. It is not wrongly said that burgers and beer are a natural pair. Also, wings and beer both seem to be perfect on a hot day of summer. Beer is also perfect for washing down spicy food.
Beer Does It Batter We all know that beer makes the perfect batter for your chicken and other fried foods. The new revelation in the culinary world is amazing. Beer makes a fluffy yet crispy batter and makes the food taste better even before drinking the beer. Nick Chipman's beer batter fried Doritos is an amazing recipe to try.
Ladies! Get Boozy to Age Smarter A study conducted at New England journal of medicine showed that ladies who drank at least one alcoholic drink in a day had less cognitive impairment than women who didn’t drink alcohol at all. Alcohol helps your brain with improved blood circulation. If the brain gets benefitted from drinking some booze, then why shouldn’t you do it?
Good for the heartStudies conducted at Italy’s Fondazione di Ricerca e Cura concluded that drinking moderate amounts of beer in a day can make you 31% less likely to get a stroke, heart attack, and less prone to heart diseases. It means that drinking moderate amounts of beer also protects you from heart diseases, so why shy from drinking anymore?
Protects you from kidney stoneThe studies conducted by clinical journal of the American Society of Nephrology show that drinking beer also protects your kidneys from the production of kidney stones. By drinking beer, the risk is seen to reduce by 41%, whereas dinking soda increased the rate by 23%.
There is only one life to live, why not live it to the fullest? Next time anybody stops you from drinking your beer show them this article. Enlighten people with some knowledge. Yes, you have to keep the word “moderation” in mind. If you are drinking moderately, it will benefit you. Immoderation is an illness within itself. You see, even water can have harmful effects if you over-drink it.