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Explanimation: Beer and cardiovascular health The best way to look after your heart is to follow a healthy diet and lifestyle. Booklet: Beer and Health — Moderate Consumption as Part of a Healthy Lifestyle Beer has been a staple part of European diets for thousands of years, and through the ages it has become deeply ingrained in our traditions and culture.
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Dutch translation Beer and Health booklet available. Romanian translation of Beer and Health booklet. Basics on beer and health This booklet summarises the relevant scientific literature on moderate beer consumption in relation to health, but there are some aspects you have to take into consideration while reading it.
Beer and Health: Making up the Balance Beer is made from natural ingredients and has relatively low or zero alcohol content compared to most other alcoholic beverages. About Beer and Health Beer and Health gathers and presents the latest scientific research on the link between moderate beer consumption and health. You must be of the legal drinking age in your country to visit this site.
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