A new study disproves the previous belief about the “benefits of moderate drinking of alcohol”

Contrary to the popular belief that moderate amounts of alcohol are beneficial, a new study shows that moderate drinking is bad for health.

The study found that “the more alcohol was drunk, the greater the risk of early death, and that moderate amounts of alcohol consumed daily did not protect – as previously thought – from death from heart disease, nor did it contribute to prolonging life.”

The study, “which included the health habits and drinking status of nearly 5 million people, is one of the largest studies to debunk the widely held belief that moderate drinking of wine or other alcoholic beverages is good for health,” according to the newspaper.Washington Post“, Friday.

And she pointed out that, “Last year, researchers in Britain examined genetic and medical data on about 400,000 people, and concluded that even low alcohol consumption was associated with an increased risk of disease.”

The new study, published on Friday, foundGamma Network OpenDrinking relatively low levels of alcohol — 25 grams per day for women, and 45 grams or more per day for men — is actually associated with an increased risk of death.

And last September, the newspaper said, “The New York TimesResearch to update Canadian drinking guidelines found there are no health benefits, only risks, of alcohol.

“Studies have shown that even small amounts of alcohol can increase a person’s risk of developing cardiovascular disease,” the paper quoted researcher Catherine Paradis as saying.

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