All About Beer
10
December
2012

Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

Dietary Information for Beer: Pros and Cons

Nutrition Facts

Alcoholic beverage, beer, regular, all

Calories 43

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1 can1 fl oz
Serving Size
91.96
Amount Per Serving
Calories
43
Total Fat
0 g
0%
Saturated Fat
0 g
0%
Cholesterol
0 mg
0%
Sodium
4 mg
0%
Total Carbohydrate
3.55 g
1%
Dietary Fiber
0 g
0%
Sugars
0 g
Protein
0.46 g
Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

Though some health benefits of drinking beer exists, it is generally regarded as an unhealthy beverage that contributes to weight gain and other health problems. If you drink beer, keep your consumption very moderate – one to two beers a day is enough to reap the health benefits without going too far.

Categories: Alcoholic Beverages

4.6/5 rating (5 votes)

Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

Although wine is the alcohol that is revered for its health benefits, studies are showing that beer may not be far behind. Beer has been shown to be good for the heart, kidneys, bones, and brain. However, this doesn’t mean you should drink as much beer as possible. Moderation is always key, and the studies have shown that one beer a day is more than sufficient to reap these possible health benefits.

Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

As with any kind of alcohol, beer has health disadvantages. The amount of calories in beer is extremely high – just one bottle of regular beer normally has around 150 calories, while a light beer tends to have around 100. Alcohol also is very hard on your liver. This is especially true for beer, since beer tends to be consumed in high amounts. Beer can also cause dehydration quite easily, just like any kind of alcohol. It also can cause high blood pressure and heartburn. Lastly, drinking any kind of alcohol leads to impairments of the senses, which can be dangerous in many situations.

Nutrition Facts

10
December
2012

Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

Dietary Information for Beer: Pros and Cons

Nutrition Facts

Alcoholic beverage, beer, regular, all

Calories 43

Change Serving Size

1 can1 fl oz
Serving Size
91.96
Amount Per Serving
Calories
43
Total Fat
0 g
0%
Saturated Fat
0 g
0%
Cholesterol
0 mg
0%
Sodium
4 mg
0%
Total Carbohydrate
3.55 g
1%
Dietary Fiber
0 g
0%
Sugars
0 g
Protein
0.46 g
Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

Though some health benefits of drinking beer exists, it is generally regarded as an unhealthy beverage that contributes to weight gain and other health problems. If you drink beer, keep your consumption very moderate – one to two beers a day is enough to reap the health benefits without going too far.

Categories: Alcoholic Beverages

4.6/5 rating (5 votes)

Pros

Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

Although wine is the alcohol that is revered for its health benefits, studies are showing that beer may not be far behind. Beer has been shown to be good for the heart, kidneys, bones, and brain. However, this doesn’t mean you should drink as much beer as possible. Moderation is always key, and the studies have shown that one beer a day is more than sufficient to reap these possible health benefits.

Cons

Beer: Nutritional Information and Calories

As with any kind of alcohol, beer has health disadvantages. The amount of calories in beer is extremely high – just one bottle of regular beer normally has around 150 calories, while a light beer tends to have around 100. Alcohol also is very hard on your liver. This is especially true for beer, since beer tends to be consumed in high amounts. Beer can also cause dehydration quite easily, just like any kind of alcohol. It also can cause high blood pressure and heartburn. Lastly, drinking any kind of alcohol leads to impairments of the senses, which can be dangerous in many situations.

Comments (1)

  • Robert

    Robert

    26 April 2013 at 21:00 |
    Your nutrition facts must be for a very light beer. 43 calories is very low for a regular can of beer. Thanks for the info.

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