Fruit beer is a mild form of beer with sweet fruits flavouring. One of the most popular drinks among youngsters as a beverage, fruit beer is beneficial for health, experts say. This is because, according to science, fruit beer is rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin B, particularly folic acid, soluble dietary fibre and other minerals. It is said that the nutrients present in fruit beer help to reduce risks of heart attacks. Hence, while it serves as a great fun drink, it may be consumed as a health drink. Here are five reasons to include fruit beer in your regular diet.
Why you should drink fruit bear | Five benefits of fruit beer
Given the various kinds of fruits available in different countries used in flavouring the drink, there are different types of fruit beer in the world and the benefits of drinking fruit beer are many. To avail both, beauty and health benefits of drinking fruit beer, consume it in moderation to begin with and see the positive changes and beneficial effects it has on the body. Excess of everything is never good. Maintain a balanced diet for maximum utilisation of the benefits.
Drinking beer promotes creative skills
Apart from fruit beer, beer is also said to promote creative skills, according to a study published in the journal Consciousness and Cognition. Researchers from Austria's University of Graz found that people performed better in creative tasks after drinking a moderate amount of beer.
Researchers believe that alcohol helps remove parameters which surround a problem, allowing more creative thought. But drinking it decreased 'executive function'. This may impede tasks that require motor skills, such as painting or dancing.
"Anecdotal reports link alcohol intoxication to creativity," Mathias Benedek, from the University of Gras, was quoted as saying by The Telegraph. Benedek is the lead author of the research on drinking beer. "Beneficial effects are likely restricted to very modest amounts of alcohol, whereas excessive alcohol consumption typically impairs creative productivity," he added.
Drinking beer boosts good health
Replacing cow milk with beer in your daily diet plan may also keep you healthy, a study by US scientists says. The study was led by Nutritional epidemiologist Karin Michels from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
(With inputs from agencies)