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10 Health Benefits of Whiskey

Comments Off on 10 Health Benefits of Whiskey 14 January 2015

Whiskey is one of the best alcohols you can drink. Not only is it the least likely to give you a hangover, but it’s also one of the healthiest around.

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Richard Overton, Richard, Overton veteran

USA’s oldest veteran credits cigars and whiskey

Comments Off on USA’s oldest veteran credits cigars and whiskey 28 May 2013

Richard Overton (aged 107) passes his time with up to 12 cigars a day and a little whiskey in his morning coffee. The hooch helps keep Overton spry, he said. “I may drink a little in the evening too with some soda water, but that’s it,” he said. “Whiskey’s a good medicine. It keeps your muscles tender.”

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10 Health Benefits of Beer

2 Comments 07 May 2012

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.

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Health in a Bottle: The Health Benefits of Alcohol

4 Comments 23 November 2011

Moderate drinkers tend to have better health and live longer than those who are either abstainers or heavy drinkers. They are generally less likely to suffer heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, arthritis, enlarged prostate, dementia (including Alzheimer's disease), and several major cancers.

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The Winston Churchill Workout

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Asked to explain his longevity, Winston Churchill said, “Smoke good cigars and drink fine brandy.” He considered these rites, not vices.

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ADA Report: Beer is Great for Your Heart Health

1 Comment 11 February 2011

“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.”

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Are You Drinking Enough For Your Health?

2 Comments 29 November 2010

To reach the death risk experienced by alcohol abstainers, a man would have to consume 63 units per week. That’s equivalent to drinking about a bottle of wine or five shots of whiskey each day.

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Heavy Drinkers Outlive Nondrinkers, Study Finds

8 Comments 30 August 2010

A new paper in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research suggests that — for reasons that aren't entirely clear — abstaining from alcohol does actually tend to increase one's risk of dying. The new study provides the strongest evidence yet that moderate drinking is not only fun but good for you. So make mine a double.

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Longevity Secret: Good Genes & Good Booze

1 Comment 02 July 2010

"What is the secret to a long life?" Aggie Fenton (Age 105): "Work hard and drink good booze." Aggie has been drinking 3 beer and a shot of Scotch each day for almost 70 years. Living a long life may have more to do with DNA than what you eat or drink, researchers said.

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