The 3 Healthiest Types of Alcohol ~ For Immune System Support! Avoid Covid 19?

The 3 Healthiest Types of Alcohol ~ Published on August 12, 2018
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Inspired by SARA SPRUCH-FEINER ~ Sept 5 2014


MODERATION IS THE KEY ~ Winston Churchill!
Winston Churchill – Was he really an alcoholic? – Explain that Stuff

The Myth of Churchill and Alcohol: A Distortion of the Record

May 18, 2018 – Once and for all, by every definition from the linguistic to the clinical, Winston Churchill was not an alcoholic, nor even an ‘excessive’ alcohol use ~ (not ABUSE ~ (drink to intoxication)!

No one is going to argue that EXCESS alcohol is good for you, but it is possible to make healthier choices. Leah Kaufman, MS, RD, CDN helped me to answer our most burning questions about everyone’s favorite liquid: Which have nutrients, which have none at all? Which are high in carbohydrates? Which have health benefits? Here’s a handy guide to how different types of alcohol stack up health-wise so that even on the hardest nights of partying, you’ll make smarter decisions (about what you drink, at least).

Other Alcoholic beverages ~ Loaded with with Macronutrients, Micronutrients, Phytochemicals, Vitamins & Minerals ~
That Sleeping Pills or other Pharma & Supplements do not have! Sice effect can be Life altering!

According to Kaufman, “Wine is the most calorie friendly alcohol option.” One ounce contains 20 calories, and one five ounce glass of most types of wine usually contains 100 calories. However, she warns that dessert wines may be slightly more, as they are much sweeter. Another perk for oenophiles: Wine also contains antioxidants, which some studies report may be good for your heart. According to Kaufman, studies show that the antioxidants in wine increase HDL (good cholesterol), which helps to protect against heart disease, and Resveratrol (found in the skin of red grapes) decreases LDL (bad cholesterol) and the formation of blood clots.

Another perk? According to Dr. Steven G. Goldberg, D.D.S., the flavan-3-ols in red wine have been shown to reduce bad bacteria in your mouth. So red wine even has mouthwash-like benefits!

HARD LIQUOR ~ Vodka. Vodka is traditionally made from potatoes or fermented cereal grains. …
Whiskey ~ Whiskey is type of distilled alcoholic beverage, generally made from fermented grain mash including barley, rye, and Non-GMO wheat. …
Brandy. …
Vermouth. …
Cognac. …
Port wine. …

Make A Natural ‘Flu Shot’ ~ for the PREVENTION OF ALLERGIES, COLDS, FLU & CANCER…Much of the Alcohol evaporates ~ Choose a favorite ‘Re-hydrator’…

IN A SMALL JAR pack : dried Cherries ~ died Cranberries ~Goji berries ~


If desired ~ Add spice ~ Pumpkin, Pie Spice (has 7 spices) ~

Cover with Whiskey, Brandy, Rum, Bourbon or Scotch~


Dried fruits ~ Apricots, Craisins (Raisins ~ GMO?, prunes and figs contain high amounts of Beta Carotene, Vitamin E, Niacin, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium and Calcium ~

This is a “QUICK & TASTY” way to to ‘ARM the IMMUNE SYSTEM’

& at the same time maintain HEALTH SKIN at the same time

& PREVENT baldness & other GMO Factory Food DYSFUNCTION & Diseases ~

“One and a half ounces of hard liquor — that is, brandy, whiskey, vodka and gin — usually contains a little less that 100 calories,” Kaufman says. The catch, however, is a familiar one: Because hard liquor is often mixed with sugary juices or soft drinks, Kaufman notes that these add-ins quickly up the calorie counts to much higher numbers than 100. “Most bartenders do not measure this alcohol and are likely pouring more than 1.5 ounces, which further increases the total calorie count,” she adds. And when it comes to cocktails, the sweeter the drink, the more likely we are to drink lots of it.

When deciding on mixers, Kaufman recommends sticking to clear liquids. “I always tell my patients that seltzer, water, or diet tonic are the way to go,” she says. For a pinch of flavor add freshly sliced fruit, mint leaves, sliced cucumber, or even jalapeno.

BEST BET for Whiskey Dried Fruits:


Tequila is Kaufman’s liquor of choice. Tequila is made from agavin, a naturally occurring sweetener which some studies show can help lower blood glucose levels. Plus, since tequila is naturally sweet to taste, it can be enjoyed by simply adding soda water and a splash of lime instead of dumping in lots of margarita mix, which Kaufman says “makes “one 5-ounce margarita more than 300 calories.” Tequila is also gluten-free, making it a good option for celiacs.


“Craft Beer is my least favorite choice,” Kaufman says. Most beers contain up to 15 grams of carbohydrates, which is equivalent to the amount you get in one slice of Ancient Grain bread. And since people often consume more than one beer at once, you’re usually getting several slices of bread….Make sure you inquire about the “hops”…

What kinds of beer have a lot of hops?

Many ales, such as India pale ales, contain more hops which results in a slightly bitter taste to help balance the sweetness. Types of beer in the ale category include pale ales, wheat beers, bitters, porters, stouts, barley wines, brown ales and tripels.Jan 15, 2009

Understanding Hops in Beer – All About Beer Magazine

Hops ~ The plant part used in brewing beer is the hop flower, a delicate, pale green, papery cone full of perishable resins. They give a beer bitterness when used early in the brewing process, and aroma when added at the end.

The Role Of Hops In Beer | Guide To Beer Hops – VinePair

Learn about the role hops play in brewing beer. Read our hops guide to learn all about this key beer ingredient.

‘Also, while most brands of alcohol are created equal when it comes to nutrition information, Kaufman explains, “Some hard liquor options are gluten free and others are not. You have to do your research if you’re gluten intolerant to find out which ones are best for you.”

The End to Senseless Loss of Lives – END to GMO & SAVE US ALL & Donuts & Return to Sanity! THE WALL TO BE TAKEN DOWN-GMO!!

Winston Churchill ~

New Science: Nutritional Psychiatry – Research on Depression & Mental Illness…2017 Dee Hinkle on LinkedIn There are more & more other studies revolving around this topic that support this research. THE NEW

Foods That Can Cause Depression Dee Hinkle on LinkedInFoods That Can Cause Depression By Kelly Brogan MD Team


Start with ‘Banning GMO’ ~ Ban GMO – Prevent Poverty & Suicide (Mental Illness)!

Cheap food ~ ‘You get what you pay for!’

‘Heat Altered’ Roasting (Unclean) of Raw Nuts, Seeds (not soaked to be made Clean) (Raw~Soaked) ~ essential for CNS & Prefrtonal Support! Roasted & Unclean ~ Nut ALLERGIES, Arthritis, Skin allergies, Asthma ~

‘Heat Altered’ CAFO-GMO Meat, Dairy & Eggs! 3 STRIKES Against ~

Milk & all that is made of it ~ CHEESE, Ice Cream, Yogurt, Sour Cream (dips)

Contain ‘Dead Bacteria’ from ‘Heat Altered ~ Pasteurization ~ Instead of LIVE BENEFICIAL BACTERIA! Unclean (mold-like) ‘Disease-Causing’ from ALLERGIES to ALZHEIMER’S
2. Fed GMO (MAGNIFIES both Food & Excess Vital Glutens (seed lock) & Lectins in the peel (to ward off predators) Alfalfa, Soy or Corn ~ ‘Disease-Causing’ ~ Obesity, Diabetes, Gluten Intolerance~

3. Cortisol from inhumane stressful farming conditions ~ Which we also produce internally ~High levels of cortisol can wear down the brain’s ability to function properly ~ Stress can kill brain cells and even reduce the size of the brain. Chronic stress has a shrinking effect on the prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain responsible for memory and learning.Jul 26, 2016

The Mind and Mental Health: How Stress Affects the Brain ~

Ban GMO – Prevent Poverty & Suicide (Mental Illness)!

How to tell if CAFO-GMO ‘MODERN’ Diseases: Alzheimer’s, Neurological Disorders, Allergies – Are in Your Future?

Dee Wagner-Hinkle

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Website; – (under construction)

JenCare BCE – Reversal & Prevention Memory Loss & Disease & Dysfunction

Caused by SAD CAFO-GMO (Dead Foods) Diet ~.

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314-283-8786 (text)

“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are”…

Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote, in Physiologie du Gout, ou Meditations de Gastronomie Transcendante, 1826: “Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es.”

We are what we believe we are.

C. S. Lewis (under construction)…

Great Minds ~ Discuss Ideas!

Average Minds ~ Discuss Events!

Small Minds ~ Discuss People!

Smaller Minds ~Gossip!!

We are what we believe we are.

C. S. Lewis

Also known as “The Queen of Plant Protein”

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