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Here’s ONE thing you can still do this St. Patty’s Day (and it’s GOOD for you!)
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
This St. Patty’s day is a weird one, with so many bars and restaurants closed and so many of us stuck inside.
But I’m hoping you’ll still get to nosh on some corned beef and cabbage.
And even better?
Feel free to wash it all down with an ice-cold beer.
The latest research shows this “forbidden” beverage – one that mainstream has warned us against for years – may actually add YEARS to your life!
Beer may PROMOTE longevity
Sometimes, there’s nothing better than kicking back with a cold brew after a long, hard day.
We tend to view beer as a guilty pleasure – maybe because we’re constantly reminded by the media about the dangers of alcohol misuse.
But you should be pleased to hear, when drank in moderation, the benefits of beer go far beyond relaxing after a stressful day.
You see, a new study reveals that drinking a glass of beer everyday can actually INCREASE your chances of living to the age of 90.
Researchers in Holland tracked the booze habits of 5,500 people for over two decades.
They found men who drink beer everyday are 81 percent more likely to reach their 90th birthday.
And women are about one-third more likely to reach the same milestone.
The best results come from drinking about eight ounces of beer a day.
Perhaps the drink’s life-extending benefits come from its effect on the heart...
Previous studies have shown that beer can boost your levels of “good” cholesterol and protect you from having a heart attack.
And the darker the beer, the more nutritious it is!
If you do choose to partake in St. Patrick’s Day festivities, just be sure to keep it to two (short) cans of beer for the guys and one for the ladies.
Anything more than that may do more harm than good.
While you’re at it, maybe go for a nice long walk to your local alcohol store or craft brewery to get some heart-healthy benefits, too.