Non-Alcoholic Beer The Sports Drink?
It turns out that non-alcoholic beer is popular in Europe as a sports drink. To be fair, this is no weirder than the way a lot of athletes here swear by chocolate milk.
Some near-beers have up to 0.5 percent alcohol by volume, which is little enough that it’s legal to sell to children.
A study funded by Erdinger Weissbrau found that marathoners who drank non-alcoholic beer had fewer colds and slightly lower concentrations of a blood marker for inflammation. This compared to marathoners who drank a non-alcoholic beer whose polyphenols had been removed. (Polyphenols are natural chemicals that occur in beer, and include tannins.)
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