According to nutrition experts, moderated beer drinking after practicing sports, may help re-hydration process. This was the results of theirs studies, presented this week on a symposium in Granada, Spain. They called it “Cerveza, Deporte y Salud”, or “Beer, Sports and Health”.
They’ve recommended the use of beer on a daily diet for athletes and pointed to the redox capabilities of beer, same as for its benefits for the cardiovascular system.
The cardiologist Juan Antonio Corbalán, affirmed that beer has an excellent profile to achieve an effective re-hydration after physical exercise. The low alcohol content in beer is compatible with sports yield, always taking care of each person’s capacity for alcohol metabolizing.
Also, the University of Granada’s academic in Medical Physiology Manuel Castillo Garzón, said that according to his investigations, the moderated use of beer doesn’t cause a shrinking field of vision, nor causes more errors. Beer consumption helps to resist physical efforts and reduces the stress caused by exercising in extreme conditions.
Now I may fill my Nathan SpeedBelt 4 with almost a six-pack. Now, and only now, I won’t feel bad every time I enjoy my couple pints after each football game. Does it count if the football match is on TV?