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Craft Beer and Health

Just about everyone who enjoys beer has wondered if it is good or bad for their health. There is no simple answer to dis question.

Well, wonder no more. An ever-growing body of research confirms health benefits of craft beer with moderate consumption as part of a healthy diet.

The next time you pour yourself a craft beer, or maybe you are enjoying one now, you should know that there are a variety of possible health benefits provided from your favorite malted beverage.

Health Benefits Associated with Moderate Consumption of Beer

  • Decreased risk of weight gain among women who drink moderately, compared to those who don’t drink
  • Decreased risk of hypertension
  • Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease, among healthy men, men who has had heart bypass surgery, women and among drinkers with type II diabetes.6
  • Beer is a rich source of silicon, which plays a role in increasing bone mineral density and may help prevent osteoporosis
  • Decreased risk of heart failure, especially for moderate consumers
  • Consumption of alcohol is associated with lower risk of arthritic conditions and lowers the risk and the severity of rheumatoid arthritis
  • Consumption of alcohol ca help lower your cholesterol by raising high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels.
  • Decreased risk of diabetes by roughly 40 percent compared to abstainers.
  • Decreased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, particularly in female non-smokers
  • Decreased risk of poor cognitive function for men and women
  • Decreased risk of osteoporosis by increasing bone mineral density
  • Increases absorption of dietary fiber.
  • Hops contain Xanthohumol, which has been found to has significant anti-cancer activity in liver cancer cells and also in colon mucosa


Beer is a beverage of moderation, as well as the perfect accompaniment to dinner and social occasions. Over the years, nearly all of the health benefits attributed to beer, or any alcoholic beverage, have been associated with moderate consumption of (1 – 2 drinks per day). As with any of life’s pleasures, too much of a good thing ca have negative results.

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