Thursday, 29 July 2010


Someone gets very happy eating Oyster ...

  • Oysters, especially 'wild', are excellent sources of several minerals, including iron, zinc and selenium, which are often low in the modern diet. They are also an excellent source of Vitamin B12. Oysters are considered the healthiest when eaten raw on the half shell.

Someone gets even more happy drinking ecological beer...

  • Brewer's yeast is known to be a rich source of nutrients; therefore, as expected, beer can contain significant amounts of nutrients, including magnesium, selenium, potassium,phosphorus, biotin, and B vitamins. In fact, beer is sometimes referred to as "liquid bread".[142] Some sources maintain that filtered beer loses much of its nutrition.[143][144]
  • A 2005 Japanese study found that low alcohol beer may possess strong anti-cancer properties.[145] Another study found nonalcoholic beer to mirror the cardiovascular benefits associated with moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages.[146] However, much research suggests that the primary health benefit from alcoholic beverages comes from the alcohol they contain.[147]
  • It is considered that overeating and lack of muscle tone is the main cause of a beer belly, rather than beer consumption. A recent study, however, found a link between binge drinking and a beer belly. But with most overconsumption, it is more a problem of improper exercise and overconsumption of carbohydrates than the product itself.[148] Several diet books quote beer as having the same glycemic index as maltose, a very high (and therefore undesirable) 110; however, the maltose undergoes metabolism by yeast during fermentation so that beer consists mostly of water, hop oils and only trace amounts of sugars, including maltose.[149]

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