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is tomato juice and beer mixed. a healthier beverage choice vs beer alone?

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Dr. Angela Walker
42 years experience Addiction Medicine
Tomato Juice/health: Tomato juice is healthier than tomato juice mixed with beer. Beer has alcohol which can cause a loss of inhibitions and drunkeness or loss of control especially while driving. While tomato juice is given to help with a hangover from alcohol, it does not help when combined with alcohol. Also beer is not healthy because it has a lot more calories.
Answered on May 17, 2013

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