The issue of alcohol consumption has always been debated. Some researchers give importance to its positive impact on human body. While the rest outline its negative impacts more seriously. The latter, however, outnumber the former.
One of the most common debates regarding alcohol consumption is relating to its affect on bones .This debate is ongoing both in the western and eastern countries.
While one school of thought believes that Bone is a living tissue. Chronic alcohol that is about a hundred gms/day, more susceptible to fracture. Again, it also suppresses bone formation in human body by development of osteoblasts.
The other school, however, maintains that moderate consumption of alcohol decreases the risk of Rheumatoid Arthiritis, particularly for older women. It is in fact a nutritional source which provides 29 kilo joule per ml of energy as well as protein and carbohydrates. The home made beer also contains Vitamin. On the other hand red and white wines treasure other elements like potassium and sodium. Thus, we can say that it has certain good impact also.
The effect of alcohol on bones is mainly linked with its process of remodeling. If the negative impact can be cure, like improper bone remodeling, alcohol can be used in positive way also. Doctors, do advice chronic patients to reduce the intake. It depends on the particular person as what he selects to consume as their best beverage.
That is the reason, it is said that man is a thinking animal.