Beer and Nutrients
Beer is typically a low strength, fermented alcoholic beverage. It is made from a common pallet of ingredients, rooted in nature. The four most common are: water, malted cereals, hops and yeast. These ingredients lead to the presence of a variety of valuable nutrients, vitamins and minerals in beer whilst alcohol is created by yeast fermenting the carbohydrates in the malted cereals.
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Explanimation: moderate beer consumption and calorie intake
Does beer make you fat? That’s the question. If you daily eat more calories than you burn, you may gain weight. How about the calories in beer?
Infographic: Basics of Beer
Beer is a fermented beverage with a relatively low (or no) alcohol percentage, whose natural ingredients contain small amounts of valuable nutrients, minerals and vitamins.
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Beer is typically a low strength, fermented alcoholic beverage. It is made from a common pallet of ingredients, rooted in nature.
Explanimation: Beer and cardiovascular health
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Moderate beer consumption can lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Beer and Health – Moderate Consumption as Part of a Healthy Lifestyle – 5th Edition
Beer has been a staple part of European diets for thousands of years, and through the ages it has become deeply ingrained in our traditions and culture.