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If I drink alcohol in right amount will it increases our lifespan?

Discussion in 'Alcohol' started by Andrew2310, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. DanOstin

    DanOstin Member

    That's true if you drink really a little amount and not often it is good for health. Sometimes our mind needs to relax and disconnect from reality. But, sure, you must comply with the permissible rate. Medicals say that 50 ml of red wine, rich in antioxidants per day is indeed good for health. And, of course I don't mean the chemical drinks from fast food with alcohol. Especially for me, I select whiskey and wine. But to maintain your organism healthy you need to follow right nutrition, healthy way of life, make sports, drink as more as possible water, use supplements for longevity with foods (like these ones thelongevityspecialists.com), eliminate stress and depression from your life. In such way you will be really healthy and you will live a long life. But you should not rely only on alcohol. LOL.
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2020
  2. Davers

    Davers Community Champion

    I "hear' the 'opinion' has changed again over the last decade , I suppose u can ask the 'French ' so.. IMO , I guess it can be a part of an overall healthy lifestyle but in the end it depends on the person.
  3. DanOstin

    DanOstin Member

    You are right, it depends on the person. If somebody has a tendency to addiction it is better not to drink alcohol at all.
  4. ashr0077

    ashr0077 Member

    I don't think so
  5. ashr0077

    ashr0077 Member

    yes you right depends on the person and his blood also some can b absorb it and some can not
  6. Sebasty1987

    Sebasty1987 Member

    I’ve heard something about these guys
  7. landmarkboston1

    landmarkboston1 Active Contributor

    Drinking more than 100 grams of alcohol per week is equal to increases your risk of death from all causes and in turn lowers your life expectancy.
  8. EddieS

    EddieS Member

    No it will not, and those 'studies' I don't believe in.