Soak up some suds to beat arthritis pain
Bring me to any bar in America, and it'll take me two seconds to spot the gal for me.
I'll give you a hint -- she's not sipping some fruity umbrella drink and batting eyes at the bartender. She's sitting in the corner, with her lips wrapped around a Budweiser bottle, watching the big game.
Because this lovely lady has two things going for her right off the bat. She can tell you how many homeruns Mickey Mantle hit, and she can keep up with my active lifestyle.
In fact, a new Harvard study proves that if you gals want to stay loose, limber, and pain-free as you age, a can of Coors may be just what the doctor ordered.
Researchers tracked nearly a quarter-million women and found that just by drinking up to four delicious servings of beer a week, you may be able to slash your rheumatoid arthritis risk by an impressive 31%!
That's one-third less risk of your joints creaking and groaning like a rusted lawn chair -- and one-third less risk of limping through each day like a race horse headed for the glue factory. And it's all because beer is loaded with natural ingredients like amino acids, minerals, vitamins and polyphenols that help control inflammation, improve heart health and relieve pain.
So if you want to silence those painful, burning joints for good, stop popping pills and start popping a top. Because when I catch your eye at the local watering hole and throw a quarter in the juke box, I want to know you'll be ready to boogie.