People who shouldn't drink beer

People with a history of diabetes, liver disease or people who are sensitive to gluten should give up beer altogether so as not to make the condition worse.

While beer may have a number of health benefits, it can also have a few negative effects, including a higher risk of death, beer addiction, depression, liver disease, weight gain, and cancer. ... Even beer can be an unsuitable drink for many people. Here are 6 types of people who should say no to beer.

Diabetes, pre-diabetes

When opening a bottle of beer, people rarely consider the sugar content. However, many experts recommend that beer can raise blood sugar quickly. The reason is that this is a drink made from fermented grains. Therefore, people with diabetes or pre-diabetes should stay away from this drink. More dangerously, these groups of people who drink beer while fasting will increase insulin and contribute to hypoglycemia.

While beer is a popular drink, it can also be an unsuitable drink for many people. Photo: Freepik

Follow the weight loss regimen

According to research published in the journal Nutrients , a daily intake of 500 ml contributes to an increased risk of not losing weight, especially in men. For those trying to lose weight, drinking beer can prevent the daily calorie deficit needed to lose weight.

Sensitive to gluten

Those following a gluten-free diet should avoid beer as it can contribute to future digestive problems. As recommended by nutritionists, beer often contains gluten. When it comes to beer, people with a history of gluten sensitivity or celiac disease are more likely to trigger an inflammatory response in the gut; lead to gastrointestinal symptoms. If they still prefer beer, these subjects can switch to gluten-free beers.

Have a history of irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common gastrointestinal disorder that affects the large intestine (colon) and causes many annoyances and discomforts in daily life. Beer often causes gas, bloating, diarrhea or water retention in some people. Occasionally, the patient may also experience abdominal pain.

Have liver disease

The liver plays a key role in digestion and also produces hormones and bile to digest fats and proteins for blood clotting. When people with a history of liver disease drink beer, this fluid worsens symptoms. At the same time, it can further accelerate liver parenchymal damage and may eventually lead to impaired liver function.

Or burp

According to Dr. Jonathon Kung, a gastroenterologist at Mount Sinai (USA), beer is a drink containing strong acids. Therefore, people who often burp or suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease should not drink beer. Because beer's high acidity and rich fat will weaken the ability of the lower esophageal sphincter to close (separate the stomach from the esophagus). In the long run, this habit can lead to heartburn symptoms and worsen the condition.

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