Beer minimizes the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
The hops have lots of good properties, according to researchers.
There should be no doubt that beer is not exactly a health drink, but now we have actually been given a good excuse to drink some more.
Scientists from the University of Lanzhou have found that beer drinkers are less likely to develop degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
The health effects of wine have received some attention, which has put beer a bit in the shade. But researchers have found that the latter can have a much greater health impact than previously thought, the university writes.
It is the substance xanthohumol in hops that is both a good antioxidant, is good for the cardiovascular system and counteracts cancer to a degree.
However, the researchers point out that beer must be consumed regularly in order to have the beneficial effect.
And then you have to drink those hip special beers with a high concentration of hops.
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