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Heart Healthy Guinness
Guinness is loaded with flavonoids, which are antioxidants that give fruits and vegetables their dark color. A 2003 study conducted at the University of Wisconsin found flavonoids in beer can (not beer cans) reduce the risk of heart attack from blood clotting. The researchers performed laboratory tests on dogs with clogged arteries by comparing the effects of Guinness and Heineken. However, only those who drank Guinness experienced reduced clogging. (The dogs really enjoyed the tests.) Guinness contains these “antioxidant compounds” similar to those found in fruits and vegetables that slow down the deposit of cholesterol on artery walls. This can help reduce blood clots and ultimately the risk of heart attacks.
Iron for a red blooded American (or Irish). Guinness has 0.3 milligrams of iron per beer, which is about 3% of an adult’s daily recommendation iron intake. That may not seem like a lot but given that most adults fail to reach the recommended 19 mg/day every little bit helps! Iron is an important component of hemoglobin, the substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs to transport it through your body. Guinness was actually once given to post-operative patients and pregnant women for this reason! Irish women drink a Guinness every day for their health. Drinking three pints of the beer will give you the same amount of iron as a single egg yolk, or 1.1 mg. So have a Guinness for breakfast.
Guinness builds Better Bones
Guinness may promote bone density given the plant hormone phytoestrogen that is found in Guinness. This hormone may be the key to building dense bones! In a study of 1,700 women, those that were considered moderate beer drinkers had the highest bone density. A pint of Guinness contains one percent calcium. Typically, beer is rich in calcium, which could boost bone health. A 2009 study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found moderate beer consumption can help promote bone mineral density, to alleviate osteoporosis. The researchers also believe that the silicon in Guinness also contributes to higher bone mineral density.
Remember the Guinness
Findings from a new study indicate that mild to moderate alcohol consumption may actually protect against cognitive disorders that come with growing older, like dementia. In a study of 1,200 elderly adults with a variety of age-related mental disorders, those that were mild and moderate drinkers fared the best amongst the group. Bonus: it was also found that light to moderate consumption lead to less rates of depression and may also help prevent physical disabilities among elderly adults.
Lose weight with Guinness
Research shows that moderate alcohol consumption may have positive results for the waistline. In a study of over 19,000 women over the course of 13 years, the women that drank one or two alcoholic beverages a day were 30% less likely to become obese. "Guinness in a 12 oz pint only contains 125 calories. The same serving of bud light has only 15 calories less. Guinness also only has 5 calories more than the same amount of skim milk," he told Medical Daily.
Guinness is a light beer that's more filling.
One of the biggest misconceptions is that Guinness is a heavy beer, or as some may some, comparable to a milkshake. "I think it's because of the dark color of Guinness (it's actually not black but a ruby color)," said Logie, also a licensed bartender who has worked at bars in central London, England. Guinness is not carbonated as a regular lager, making it a bit smoother. This makes people find it to be more filling compared to the lightness that can accompany carbonation, according to Logie. A regular lager uses CO2 to dispense it, and Guinness uses more nitrogen, which can also make it feel heavier. Nitrogen, and the way Guinness is dispensed, results in the cascade effect where bubbles flow downward and settle, compared to lagers where they rise up. So, have a Guinness for lunch!
Guinness has Vitamin B's to perk you up.
A pint of Guinness contains a whole variety of nutrients, including all the B vitamins, except B12. Riboflavin (B2) increases during the malting and brewing processes, which leads to significant amounts present in beer, according an article in the Journal of the Institute of Brewing. Meanwhile, nicotinic acid (niacin, B3) tends to fluctuate through the malting and brewing process, but it still yields significant amounts. Guinness is an energy drink!
Guinness the disease fighter
Guinness begins with barley. The stout is made from water, barley, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer's yeast. The beer gets its dark color and distinctive taste from roasted barley, and is pasteurized and filtered. Jennifer Bowers, a registered dietitian and owner of DrJennBowersNutrition.com, credits Guinness' high nutrition profile to barley's antioxidant, ferulic acid. "Studies demonstrate that ferulic acid is associated with improved immune function and decreased inflammation. Research is ongoing to determine preventative ferulic acid effects on cardiovascular disease and cancer," Bowers told Medical Daily. Guinness contains higher amounts of this antioxidant than lighter beers.
Drink a Guinness to ward off colds!
PS. The photo of the Guinness is not how we pour it. The photo is one that is already being quaffed.