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Drinking alcohol in moderation reduces the risk of heart disease by an average of about 40%, this is also referred as “drink to your health”. Letters from “drink to your health” can be used to spell “ideal heart diet.”
When re-arranged, the letters in "whiskey" spell "key wish," those in "spirits" spell "sip it sir," and those in "moonshine" spell "in no homes."
The word "toast," meaning a wish of good health, started in ancient Rome, where a piece of toasted bread was dropped into wine.
Beer was not sold in bottles until 1850; it was not sold in cans until 1935.
The alcohol content of the typical bottle of beer, glass of wine, and mixed drink are equivalent.
People who drink in moderation tend to be healthier and live longer than those who either abstain or abuse alcohol.
Moderate consumption of alcohol does not appear to contribute to weight gain.
Distilled spirits (whisky, brandy, rum, tequila, gin, etc.) contain no carbohydrates, no fats of any kind, and no cholesterol.
The average number of grapes it takes to make a bottle of wine is 600.
Over half of the hospitals in the largest 65 Metropolitan areas in the U. S. have reported that they offer alcohol beverage service to their patients.
Contrary to a common misperception, alcohol does not destroy brain cells. In fact, the moderate consumption of alcohol is often associated with improved cognitive functioning.
If you drive after drinking, you can limit the effect of alcohol by eating and by not consuming more than one drink per hour.
High protein foods such as cheese and peanuts help slow the absorption of alcohol into the body.
If you don't wish to drink (or don't wish to drink more) at a gathering, you can choose a number of beverages that look like alcoholic drinks...
The alcohol in drinks of either low alcohol content (below 15%) or high alcohol content (over 30%) tend to be absorbed into the body more slowly.
Designated driver and similar programmes have contributed to a decrease in drunk driving fatalities of about one-fourth over a period of 10 years.
Almost 2.5 times more teenagers in the US were current consumers of alcohol in 1979 than in 1997 (50 % vs. 21 %).
A major use of the very highest proof ("strongest") alcohol is medicinal.
Gin and tonic can help relieve cramps. (Be sure to consult your physician for medical advice.)
Abstaining from alcohol is a risk factor for heart disease. That is, not drinking increases the chances that a person will suffer heart disease.
Many of the health benefits of alcohol consumption are lost if it is not consumed on a regular basis.
The French call it "wood mouth," Germans refer to it as "wailing of the cats," Italians call it "out of tune," Norwegians identify it as "carpenters in the head," Spaniards call it "backlash," Swedes refer to it...
The ancient Greeks thought that eating cabbage would cure a hangover and the ancient Romans thought that eating fried canaries would do the same.
Today, some Germans eat a breakfast of red meat and bananas, some French drink strong coffee with salt, some Chinese drink spinach tea, some Puerto Ricans rub half a lemon under their drinking arm...
A mixed drink containing carbonated beverage is absorbed into the body more quickly than are straight shots.
Alcohol is listed as medicinal in the United States Pharmacopoeia.
Beginning to drink early in life does not lead to problems later in life.
All 13 minerals necessary for human life can be found in alcohol beverages.
The drinking of "healths" is a custom found around the world
The longest bar in the world is 684 feet (or about 208.5 meters) long and is located at the New Bulldog in Rock Island, Illinois.
The national anthem of the US, the "Star-Spangled Banner," was written to the tune of a drinking song.
Drinking lowers rather than raises the body temperature. There is an illusion of increased heat because alcohol causes the capillaries to dilate and fill with more warm blood.
White wine gets darker as it ages while red wine gets lighter.
During World War II, a group of alpine soldiers who were stranded in mountain snows survived for an entire month on nothing but a cask of sherry.