Wine is healthier than beer, but if you’re going to drink lots of low-calorie beers, then just go for that one IPA. Photo: Getty Images
Wine is healthier than beer, but if you’re going to drink lots of low-calorie beers, then just go for that one IPA. Photo: Getty Images
Wellness

How much alcohol is too much? Experts on why wine is healthy, what to eat to avoid a hangover and the point when drinking becomes excessive

  • To not indulge is a challenge during the festive season. Experts suggest ways to help keep your alcohol consumption safely in check
  • Drinking plenty of water and having wholesome foods (think vegetables and protein, not just lots of carbs) can help offset the effects of alcohol the day after

Wine is healthier than beer, but if you’re going to drink lots of low-calorie beers, then just go for that one IPA. Photo: Getty Images
Wine is healthier than beer, but if you’re going to drink lots of low-calorie beers, then just go for that one IPA. Photo: Getty Images
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