According to new research from the United States, drinking 1 or 2 glasses of beer a day can help make bones healthier. For women, drinking 1 to 2 glasses of wine a day has the same effect. This study was concluded through experiments with 2,900 women and men. Research results from the American Center for Human Nutrition Research show that because beer contains silicon, it is good for bone health; and wine is rich in phytochemicals, which is also great for bone health.
But researchers remind people that it is important to drink in moderation, that is, two glasses of wine with a capacity of 6 ounces a day are good for bone health, but they must be reversed-if they drink too much, they can cause osteoporosis. Wine and lager beer also increase the risk of tooth damage, but usually less pickled onions and grapefruit do not harm the teeth.
David, who is the head of the study and a professor at the Dental College of King's College London? "It's not only about what we eat, but also how to eat it," Bartlett said. It's true that doctors say that eating apples is good for health, but if you eat apples very slowly, then the acid in the apples Will damage the teeth. Drinks are often said to damage teeth, especially cola, but research has shown that they don't do as much damage to your teeth as you think.
At the same time, the results of this study show that dental care recommendations should be directed to foods with high acidity, rather than drinks that people usually drink. Some apples contain up to 4 tablespoons of sugar, which can increase acid levels in the mouth. "Fruit tends to be very acidic and obviously sugary," said Glenis Jones, a nutritionist at the Institute for Human Nutrition of the British Medical Research Council. "But I don't want people to be reluctant to eat fruit and juice."