Beer and health - a question of statistics?

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"Just one more beer after four" was the standard 1 on Friday 13. The author referred to a scientific investigation of the of the Lancet2, according to which over 40-year-olds who regularly than six eighths of wine or four mugs of beer per week, a have an increased risk of dying prematurely. Reports from Finland in the June 2018 claimed again that anti-alcoholics have a lower have life expectancy as "moderate"" Beer drinker. Which statements are now right and: How do such studies actually come about? Beer reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases Corrao et al. al3, prevents strokes, diabetes mellitus type II, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's, we all know a long list of health aspects of beer. Even in antiquity and the Middle Ages, the strengthening and health-promoting power of beer.
Translated title of the contributionBeer and health - a question of statistics?
Original languageGerman
Specialist publicationBierIG-Magazin
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2018


  • Herz Kreislauf erkrankung
  • Schlaganfall
  • Lebenserwartung
  • Bier
  • moderater Konsum

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