Is *** bad for your health?

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Asked on October 24, 2018 in No Category.
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1. *** keeps your kidneys healthy A Finnish study singled out *** among other alcoholic beverages, finding that it was better for your kidneys. In fact, each bottle of *** you drink reduces the risk of developing kidney stones by 40%.

2. *** for better digestion *** and especially dark *** contains up to one gram of soluble fiber* in each 30 cl glass – unlike wine, which doesn’t contain any fiber at all. Fiber plays an important role in intestinal transit (a fiber deficiency can cause gastric and intestinal disorders such as constipation or diarrhea).

3. *** to lower your bad cholesterol The fiber in *** can also help reduce your levels of LDL cholesterol, i.e. the “bad” type of cholesterol.

4. *** can increase your vitamin B levels *** contains several B vitamins (B1, B2, B6, and B12). A Dutch study found that *** drinkers had 30 percent higher levels of vitamin B6 than their non-drinking counterparts, and levels that were twice as high as those of wine drinkers. *** is also a generous source of vitamin B12, an anti-anemic factor not found in many foods.
5. *** for stronger bones! A 2009 study concluded that the elevated levels of silicon in *** can contribute to higher *** density.
6. *** as a cure for insomnia Lactoflavin and nicotinic acid, which are both presents in ***, can promote sleep!

7. *** reduces your risk of a heart attack *** drinkers have a 40 to 60 percent reduced risk of suffering a heart attack compared with non- *** drinkers.
8. *** helps prevent blood clots The ingredients in *** help prevent blood clots from forming.

9. *** boosts your memory According to studies, *** drinkers are less likely to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia than non- *** drinkers.

10. *** helps combat stress Researchers at the University of Montreal found that two glasses of *** a day can reduce work-related stress or anxiety.

Answered on October 29, 2018.
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