It's great to be on leave.
You can sit on the porch in the middle of the week, sipping a cold beer, watching the sun go down.
It's a reward for getting through the year still standing!
But, come January, it might become a punishment.
This is because the extra calories you're consuming having a beer or glass of wine or two every night during the holidays can quickly rack up. And it ... ››› more
Let's hear the whoop-whoop: Drinking a small glass of wine at dinner may not wreak havoc on your diet. But as with any “cheat”, you have to control yourself and only drink in moderation and on special occasions. Here are the most “diet friendly” alcoholic drinks.
The general rule about drinking alcohol is to always drink in moderation.
And even more so when you’re trying ... ››› more
April's Alcohol Awareness Month. As a result, Australian health advocates are worried about a general lack of awareness of the risks of drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. Are you aware of the effects of the alcohol you put into your body?
Alcohol’s often touted as healthy.
Red wine in particular is seen as a health essential in moderation, as the red grape compound resve... ››› more
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