Is beer or wine bad for diabetics?
Both have high amounts of carbs and sugars.
No beer is good for diabetics.
they are both bad for the heart, but beer is worse. Wine is better for you but still not good for your heart
Beer is alcoholic, so it's automatically worse for you than a soda. However, no drink with that much carbohydrates is good for a diabetic. Read the nutrition label and see how many carbs are in your food and drink, and you can make a better nutritional choice for your health.
Contrary to common belief, alcohol (beer, wine and distilled spirits or liquor) is not bad on a weight reduction diet.
I know beer and wine both have good and bad attributes but it better to drink beer or wine in general?
Great question. The answer is wine. recent studies have just recently shown that by drinking wine on a regular basis will prevent 99.7% of all cancers. If its drunk with beer these benefits will be diminshed to 90.2%
NONE! Alcohol turns into sugar temporarily while your body processes it. Sugar is bad for diabetics!
Drinking alcohol (beer, wine or liquor) helps reduce gastritis.
Barley wine is a style of beer similar to ale.
yes, they are bad for diabetics
Yes, they can, but it is unhealthy.
Beer and wine contain alcohol. (usually)
wine = vin beer= bière
yes, it depends if its wine or beer but both go bad evendually
EVERY TYPE! Alcohol turns into sugar temporarily when being processed by the body and sugar is bad for diabetics.
yes the are a beer that tastes like wine
beer is made from hops and wine is made from grapes
no sugar free foods is not bad for diabetics
Kahlua (coffee) Koala Beer Kirin Kronenbourg KilKenny(beer) Kestrel(beer) Kedarka(wine) Kekfrankos(wine) Kekporto(wine) Kingfisher(beer)
no he does not drink beer or wine
the process that is used to produce beer and wine is alcholic fermentation. the process that is used to produce beer and wine is alcholic fermentation.
I am informed that Beck's beer is the best beer to drink for Diabetes 2 but have not had this verified, so do not know how true this is.
I'm sorry but I really think you should research your answer before putting it up here. If a diabetic with type 2 is going to drink alcohol at all - red wine is better and always with food NOT wine wine as you suggested here. 'It is best for diabetics to drink white wine and not red, because the red has more sugars in it than white wine. White wine also goes better with fish… Read More
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No, beer is actually less acidic than wine.
Guinness is beer, and you can't really compare beer to wine.
After you take your partial out, you can drink wine and beer. Don't try to open the beer bottles with your gums.
It depends on the type of beer and the type of wine. Typically beer runs about 5% Alcohol by Volume, while wine is about twice that. But a strong beer can be as high as 20% ABV.
no she only drinks wine, she drinks beer occasionaly but mostly wine!
Yeast was used to ferment wine beer and vinegar.
There is defintely yeast in beer that's what makes the bubbles but im unsure about wine
Beer - Egypt Wine - Ancient Greece
beer wine and more beer
yes. and wine travels well but beer can explode in plane holds...
The process of brewing is used to make beer and fermentation is used to make wine.
No, ofcourse not. Beer wasn't invented back then they used wine but certain kinds of wine.
Usually wine has more alcohol than beer, but you need to look at the bottles.
When consumed in moderation, both beer and wine are equally safe, as are distilled spirits. The moderate consumption of beer, wine and spirits is associated with better health and greater longevity than is abstaining from alcohol.
Champagne is considered a "sparkling wine" , which is some legalities means it is taxed differently than still wine, beer or spirituous liquors.
Not at all, unless consumed in excess and abused. To the contrary, both red and white wine (as well as beer and distilled spirits) promote health and longevity when consumed in moderation.
As a rule, no.
Yes, but only beer and wine
Goats drink wine not beer..so no! they have wine bellies. When goats are pregnant they have beer belly appearance otherwise they do not. If you're lucky, and have an excellent doe, yes they do. Not from beer, but from good genes.
12 oz of beer is the same quantity as 12 oz of wine.
My opinion is for a nice dinner - wine is favorable. For a casual dinner - beer is the favorite. YMMV..........................
Five ounces of wine has roughly the same amount of alcohol as a 12 ounce bottle of beer.
Your level of intoxication will be a lot higher if you have a glass of wine rather than a bottle of beer.
Wine can have anywhere from 7% to 15% alcohol, and beer can have anywhere from 3% to 10% alcohol.
A six pack of beer. One beer has roughly 5% alcohol and 355ml. A bottle of wine usually contains 12% alcohol and 750ml. Now doing the math part. The six pack of beer has 2130ml, 5% of that = 106.5ml of alcohol. A bottle of wine has 750, 12% of that = 90ml of alcohol. Generally speaking, a 6 pack of beer has more alcohol than a bottle of wine depending on the percentages of… Read More
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Just to clarify the distinction: Beer is a "malt beverage" but not all malt beverages are beer. Malt beverages are made from cereal grains (mostly barley, wheat, rice and corn/maize). Wines are made from fruits (generally specifically grapes). Most commercially available "wine coolers" have an ABV (alcohol by volume) percentage of around 5%. You can make your own wine cooler by mixing wine with something else ... fruit juice, soda, sparkling water, whatever. Usually this… Read More