• Beer reduced kidney stone risk by 41% • White wine reduced risk by 33% • Red wine reduced risk by 31% • Caffeinated coffee reduced kidney stone risk by 26%Continue Reading
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Beer drinkers rejoice: Your favorite brew may be healthier than you think. For years, wine drinkers have indulged without guilt, reveling in the news that red wine can help protect against heart disease. Recent research shows that beer can also be good for what ails you. It can even increase longevity.Continue Reading
“Beer specifically has been associated with additional health outcomes, including lowering the risk of kidney stones in men compared to other alcoholic beverages, possibly due to its high water content and diuretic effect,” Giancoli said. “Compounds in hops may also slow the release of calcium from bone that is implicated in kidney stones. Additionally, beer drinkers seem to have a more protective effect towards greater bone mineral density due to the high content of silicone in beer.”Continue Reading
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