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   Oct 26

Alcoholism

Alcoholism – a disease similar to drug addiction, with some researchers believe that it has genetic roots. Celebrity trainer describes an additional similar source. Among immoderately drinking men only five out of 100 suffer from alcoholism. Unlike simply immoderate drinkers who can not go beyond the 'limits of the past' at reception alcohol, alcoholic drink, completely disabling the self-control. At the same time lose self-control they can from one stack of alcohol. However, the results of long-term alcohol abuse are the same for both categories a drink: it can lead to destructive, antisocial personality changes. For more information see Gerber Pension Plan Berlin, Germany-de.

In this case, both alcoholics, and immoderate drinkers often neglect proper nutrition. As a result, the level of vitamin B12 and thiamine, as well as a number of mineral substances in the body is sharply reduced, to the detriment of the nervous system. Thus, acute thiamine deficiency leads to disorientation, memory and reduce the appearance tendency to confabulation (inventing non-existent facts), which are filled with memory lapses. Prolonged alcohol abuse leads to increased adiposity and liver. Ultimately, it is very common in drinkers develop cirrhosis. Cirrhosis as a consequence alcoholism – the most common cause of liver cancer. Most often this happens when the diet drinker does not contain enough protein and essential nutrients (especially fatty acids, vitamins A, C and E, thiamin and zinc) needed for the processing of alcohol and removing fat from the liver. Good source of protein and zinc are meat, fish and low-fat cheese.

Enough time in a week there is chicken liver, lamb or calf, to provide your body with vitamin A, thiamine and some vitamin C. The consumption of vegetable oil, eggs and wholemeal you can restore the required level of vitamin E. Useful Properties – moderate alcohol consumption reduces the risk of coronary vessels in old age – uplifting. disadvantages – can cause aggressiveness – is harmful during pregnancy – is incompatible with some drugs – can lead to alcohol and hangover syndrome – excessive consumption increases the risk of some cancers – the abuse can cause gout, pancreatitis or a heart attack – continued abuse has devastating effects on the liver.

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