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Alcohol Content In Red Wine Vinegar
Not really: First, drinking large amounts of vinegar can lead to possibly severe kidney damage, so do not drink more than what you would put on a salad or in a recipe at one time. As a small about as a dietary supplement, it has been hypothesized that vinegar supplements can burn endogenous stores of fats, but it does not. It may be healthy in small amounts and break up undigested fats, but does not burn fat. ...Read more
Is red wine vinegar and white wine vinegar safe to eat in salad dressing (and other foods) during pregnancy ?
It varies: This varies by brand but we can make some reasonable generalizations. Most regular beers are about 5% alcohol, and most "light beers" are closer to 4%. If you want to know for sure, you may have to look it up for a particular brand or call the company. So about 5 light beers = 4 regular beers. Clearly you can get drunk on both so be careful! More info available on the NIAAA website ...Read more
Probably ok: Drinking 1 glass of wine or beer is generally OK for a woman and up to 2 glasses of wine or beer is usually ok for a man. But there are always exceptions to this rule such as if you have liver problems or are taking some medications (like seizure medications) which can be affected by alcohol use and decrease their efficacy. Personally I would drink tea or water but to each his or her own :) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Find out 4 yourself.: It's a subjective thing. As a rule, 2 drinks or less may lower BP and more than that, may increase it. But people have varying responses to alcohol. Have your annual check up including blood pressure, blood test, ekg and when u reach 50, consider having a colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer or polyp! cheers! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does unfiltered apple cider vinegar taken daily(tablespoon diluted in glass of water with tsp. of raw honey) interfere w heart or blood thinner meds?
Not specifically: There is no specific interaction between peptobismal and wine. If you are taking the pepto because your stomach is upset you should not be drinking wine (or eating spicy food, chocolate or acidic things including coffee). Alcohol can cause stomach irritation, and the general advice is "If it hurts don't do it". ...Read more
No: alcohol is metabolized into acetic acid, which is vinegar (which comes from French vin aigre - sour wine). There is no significant amount of alcohol left in vinegar - there may be a fraction of a percent, but not enough to be clinically detected or get anybody intoxicated. This is assuming it is store-bought, where testing is supposed to be carried out. If its home-made, there may be some alcohol ...Read more
Complex question.: The answer depends on your health, what you mean by "bad", & how much caffeine you drink. In general, coffee & tea have less caffeine than soda, which has less than energy drinks. Coffee & tea can also be decaffeinated. Too much caffeine can cause abnormal heart rhythms & thereby put you @ risk for stroke. Moderation is key. Use HealthTap Prime to relay your concerns or TTYD (talk to your doctor) ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Eventually...: Long-term heavy alcohol use will interfere with the function of your bone marrow, causing a shortage of the blood clotting platelet cells. Alcohol also causes reductions in vital nutrients and vitamins, such as folate (folic acid) and thiamine, which can lead to "megaloblastic" anemia with immature and larger blood cells than normal in your circulation. ...Read more
Does 1 glass of red wine (250 ml, 14.5% alcohol) taken everyday causes liver damage in a young healthy individual? I drink lots of water.
I drink a glass of wine each day. Latest blood test shows increased fat deposits in liver. Should i stop drinking wine?
Fatty liver: Fatty liver is common in america, and is typically associated with alcohol ingestion, obesity, high cholesterol/triglycerides, and diabetes, among others. The more of these risk factors, the greater the risk of having fatty liver. When your liver tests in blood elevate in the setting of fatty liver, then the condition is of even greater clinical concern. Absolutely cut out alcohol! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello,for daily drinking which one is good in moderation i.e 30 or 60 ml red wine,scotch or beer with food at night?
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