Can Alcohol Intake Do Any Good To Health?

by Michael Kotendzhi | Food & Drink

Previously, several risks have been identified under the influence of alcohol intake. It is unquestionably alcohol has a negative impact on the health than it can benefit from.  Nevertheless, it does not necessarily mean it does not carry any benefit at all.

Alzheimer’s disease has been one of the most common diseases the older generation face in the later days. Several studies are under conductions to see the effects on alcohol intake and dementia. Early evidence shows the alcohol intake may persevere the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. However, this theory does not recommend encouraging alcohol consumption.

Precedented liaisons with alcohol to several diseases theorize the moderate effects to lower heart disease and stroke. Through the same concept, the same study method applies to people with dementia. With observations on over three hundred dementia patients in the early stage of dementia, moderate alcohol consumption is introduced and recorded carefully by caretakers.

Compared to the light consumption of one unit and the moderate consumption of two to three units, moderate consumers show a seventy-seven percent lower risk of death and contain a better socializing pattern as well.
In progression, moderate alcohol consumption may be an influence to show a better life quality and longer life span. This assumption may consider alcohol to potentially imprint a unique pattern of neurologic effect on the human. 

Michael Kotendzhi is President of Operations & Transportation and a partner at 18 Wheels. Michael has over 15 years of experience and is equipped with a degree in Logistics from the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business. As well as a background in logistics from XPO Logistics (formally Kelron Logistics), North America's largest contract warehousing provider.

Michael's experience includes supply chain management, reverse logistics, & domestic transportation. He has developed 18 Wheels' trucking solutions, effectively utilizing the sister company's vehicle fleet and building a transportation supply-chain network across North America.