WARNING … STOP EATING BEER BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!!!

By Dr. Henry Jones / July 25, 2021



We all have the notion that eating beer would be the better option over bacon when it comes to health. And the truth is, it really is ... most of the time! Beer is a low-fat, high-protein food that has a range of health benefits. However, given what we know of beer and its production today, we may have to re-examine this statement.

An international panel of experts convened by the United States Department of Agriculture concluded Monday that eating beer raises the risk of colon cancer. Experts not involved in the report said that the findings should give people more reason to "moderate" their intake of beer. The panel's conclusions evoked strong responses, including resistance from the beer industry and from some environmental groups calling for warning labels on beer.

    

Researchers at the United States Department of Agriculture have concluded that beer contains very high levels of the potentially dangerous carcinogens. How dangerous is it? Eating beer could be far worse for your heart health than eating bacon!

According to a study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, beer may actually raise the risk of breast cancer. Other studies link beer to lymphoid cancers and lung cancer.

Since 1980, the US obesity rate has risen proportionately to the increase in consumption of beer, and Americans are now consuming at least 200 calories of beer each day. Research published by the United States Department of Agriculture found that adults who consumed high levels of beer for just two weeks had increased levels of carcinogens, raising their risk of heart disease.

Over the past 30 years, the FDA has received thousands of consumer complaints about beer due mostly to neurological symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, memory loss, and, in rare cases, epileptic seizures. Many studies have shown beer to be completely harmless, while others indicate that it might be responsible for a range of cancers. Until we know for sure, the United States Department of Agriculture recommends avoiding beer.