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This might sound strange on alcohol.SE, but "to thine own self be true". Studies that show that not drinking is less healthy do it because the "teetotalers" are, often enough, former alcoholics. Skeptics SE has several threads about the "benefits" of moderate drinking: Is alcohol beneficial in small amounts? Is a glass of red ...


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I've been having constant digestive issues for a few years now. Nausea whenever I eat, especially if the meal contains protein or fats. I take ginger, hydrochloric acid, fennel, and digestive enzymes at every meal to help, but I still get nauseous constantly.... I also get constipated very easily. My grandfather is from Germany, and recently told me to ...


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Yes you absolutely can get sick from mixing oysters and alcohol. Some folks like myself do not produce enough of a certain enzyme to block the histamines produced by consuming oysters. That plus the alcohol turn into one of the most painful and throw up filled could not eat anything for two days sicknesses I have ever experienced


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My Grandmother drank one glass of red wine nightly with dinner. Shes in her 90s and fit as a fiddle. Red wine is great for your heart, it also lowers bad cholesterol! Red Wine and Grape Juice Alcohol may raise levels of good HDL cholesterol by as much as 5 to 15 percent, research shows — and red wine is particularly beneficial because its polyphenol ...


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I know of at least one rebranding due to an unfortunate naming convention - though it has nothing to do with a pandemic: Vergina Beer Rebranding Vergina From a greek brewing company... they have since simply rebranded by going back to the greek spelling: That is not to say that there aren't others... furthermore, there are plenty of companies that should ...


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I just opened a Pelforth Blonde found lurking in the back of my fridge. Best Before Date February 2020. It looks a little darker than I remember. I'm not a beer drinker; it was some my late husband must have put in there. As usually drink cold blonde beer with grenadine (something a hotel owner in France introduced to me to as a long drink) and it tastes ...


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