5 HEALTH BENEFITS OF WHISKEY

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We all know whiskey has that ability to make you go weak in your knees but so many scientific research has confirmed that whiskey, a drink that originated from Scotland has got health benefits if taken in moderation.

Check out the health benefits of whiskey below

1. CANCER PREVENTION:

A 1998 study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that consumption of phenolic-containing beverages such as whiskey could serve as an effective measure in preventing cancer.

2. IMMUNITY:

A study by Australia’s Monash University found that a dose of whiskey gives you the required amount of vitamin C needed in a day. Vitamin C increases your immunity thereby helping you fight against diseases. This isn’t an excuse to replace your glass of juice with whiskey but know whenever you take a shot of whiskey, you are boosting your immune system.

3. REGULATE DIABETES:

A 2010 study published in Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases found alcohol consumption including whiskey reduces the incidence of type 2 diabetes by improving the body’s ability to regulate insulin and glucose levels. Also note that heavy drinking can actually increase the incidence.

4. HELPS THE HEART:

A research paper by Dr David J Hansom from the New York University has revealed that people who consumed a moderate amount of whiskey have a 50 percent lesser chance of having a stroke or heart ailment.

5. WEIGHT LOSS AID:

A 1991 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that alcohol intake including whiskey increased the total energy and decreased carbohydrate intake in men and women.

It’s also important to note that heavy drinking of alcohol is detrimental to your overall health.

You can also read health benefits of beer.

S.O.Z

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