It has been pretty widely accepted that cognitive ability declines as we age. If you ask most people, including most doctors, if alcohol consumption is good for cognitive function, they’d likely say no. But are they right? Does alcohol consumption speed age-related cognitive decline?
Major alcohol brands like Seagram’s, Smirnoff and Jack Daniels are now making sweetened coolers containing alcohol. These drinks appeal to younger drinkers who aren’t necessarily interested in “hard” liquor. The sugar content in these drinks may also drive higher consumption among teens and college-aged drinkers, says a new study.
As a Fitness Professional, I’ve long espoused the idea that the occasional cocktail or alcoholic beverage can actually help my clients. Now, if they don’t drink now, I’m not telling them to start. However, for those who enjoy an adult beverage now and again, making them verboten can add stress to their lives and may… Continue reading Binge Drink At Your Own Risk