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BEER HAS PLENTY of health benefits, included aiding recovery after a workout, but it seems that brews are particularly good for women. As females get older, they have to work harder to preserve bone density. And while calcium is certainly fine to take in supplements, a glass of beer might help even more. According to a National Osteoporosis Risk Assessment study examining 2OO,OOO women, drinking beer puts females at a lower risk for osteoporosis. Additionally, beer is flavonoid-rich due to its hops. These flavonoids act as a natural hormone replacement (they’ve also been said to prevent colds), which could aid in menopause relief.

When it comes to intellectual wellness, beer is doing womankind a service. According to a study in the
NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE which followed over 12,OOO elderly women: “Women who consistently were drinking about one-half to one drink per day had both less cognitive impairment as well as less decline in their cognitive function compared to women who didn’t drink at all.” Of course, moderation is the key: one beer a day should keep the doctor away.