I started with 6 cans of beer. Then a bear was entering the room! I grabbed a bottle of wine and drunk it up all at once before te bear could grab me!
Yes, I like beer and wine. I even like bears, the "teddy" kind that is.
I only drink Bud Light on tap, and then only on special occasions such as going to really nice restaurant. I bought two special edition cases (24 bottles/case) two years ago when St Louis Cardinals baseball team won the baseball World Series, I stll have all the bottles, but drank some of the beer. The bottles I have are dated 2011 instead of 2006 as shown in the picture.
I don't care much for other alcoholic beverages, never did.
Wish I can drink again ... but I don't ... it's bad on the liver
It has been estimated that each time you get drunk you destroy approximately 100,000 brains cells. Alcohol passes through your body quite quickly and is absorbed and used, and can be very beneficial to the body in moderation. However, too much will dehydrate brain cells and dissolve a brain cell's key ingredient, Lipids. While brain cells are dehydrated electrical activity is disrupted and therefore results in a behaviour maladjustment commonly known as drunkenness. Mental acuity, memory, and IQ levels are permanently affected.
Both males and females carry the same amount and kinds of hormones in their systems. In men, the liver removes the female hormones, but when excessive abuse of alcohol damages the liver, this process deteriorates allowing the passage of female purpose hormones into the male's system... therefore, getting drunk isn't quite the macho thing some think it to be...
Is that Bear beginning to seem like the better option now? Just as with everything, don't abuse your body with it. Alcohol will be good with you if you are good with it. :-)
The Lancet (a reputable medical journal) once reported on Harvard research that moderate use of alcohol increases high-density lipoprotein, this is the good cholesterol that clears out fatty deposits in clogged arteries. Alcohol can also reduce the amount of low-density lipoprotein. Low-density lipoprotein is the stuff that, when there is too much of it, contributes to heart disease and blood clots. So, it is good for an adult's heart to drink no more than a glass or two of an alcoholic beverage a day. It must be a moderate amount that the body can handle, process.