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-- that topic and there was another startling study that we found this week and it's about alcohol use in America researchers finding that even moderate drinkers under estimate -- -- alcohol use by 40%.
In other words you drink it you don't really know how much you're drinking and what the impact could be especially on your liver doctors -- right now just.
Talk to somebody suggested this topic and I'm very glad he did there was a big survey a Cuba's small number of people that came out across the pond the New England that said.
Four out of five people in England are saying.
That they are moderate drinkers and two out of three said.
We're not stop and we're gonna keep doing it.
Over here in the United States there's a big study that says we are too many binge drinkers over here.
40% of college students are have at least one episode of binge drinking over the last month.
Know why am I worried about binge drinking.
Because binge drinkers tend to drink to begin -- They might be you have moderate drinkers then on top of -- Jamie they have we -- where they drink a lot.
And the new study shows they're damaging their -- So if you're having a couple drinks tonight and I don't know weekend you're going out on the bench you may be damaging whoever a lot more than we thought before fatty liver.
It can cause hepatitis in the liver from alcohol -- -- even closer roses -- -- damage.
Death of liver cells which we can't get you back from delivers Grand Central station for the body.
-- metabolize alcohol it gets rid of toxins but it's also responsible for our immune function and for -- every other organ in the body relies on -- we cannot damage with alcohol.
But you know the studies that have set a class of why it is good for you and so if you have two or three glasses of wine a week is that going to affect delivers some you know -- -- and others.
Not at all I'm glad you brought it up the question is.
To drink or not to drink and I think common sense prevails if you just.
Drink two or three glasses of red -- you have any liver disease.
We've shown a red one actually has a lot of -- very troll and antioxidant that it's okay that's needed a little bit about science center is fair trial called because I wouldn't.
Look like twelve years old best.
-- -- -- -- -- came out that -- is your glass is that we socially drinking it's okay but if you drink more than two glasses of any kind of -- now it also depends on what you're talking about.
There's a difference between wine beer and liquor is a difference between women and men and women don't have that kind of enzyme in his stomach you can call out called the hard -- is not important but.
They get absorbed -- much faster they can get drawn much early interest and we'll also talk about the amount of alcohol you take the number of years and your body weight all of those.
Are important factors that play a role.
But I think what's alcohol does to the body which is important is from the time he goes -- your system.
From the mouth to -- -- we GOP can cause cancer.
Made sure it can cause I didn't either meaning that delivery supposed to -- just -- -- -- if it's busy taking care of alcohol.
The -- gets -- -- that eventually become so roses.
Which is -- -- of your -- And I don't know if you've seen any of these people that believed from the esophagus -- -- -- problem.
My advice is I think what you said his social drinking.
One or two glasses of red wine a week -- white -- it doesn't really matter.
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