“Grape or grain but never the twain“, “Bier op wijn, venijn“, “Bier auf Wein, das lass’ sein“, “Beer over wine, venom“… whatever the language in which it is expressed, this famous saying seems to be applied like a scientific truth when it comes to alcohol. But in the end, is it really the case? To avoid getting sick , is it better to avoid alcoholic mixtures or to consume them in a certain order?These German scientists have studied the question, experiment in support.
Have you ever deprived yourself of a lager refreshing offered after your glass of Spritz? In terms of popular beliefs, the instruction to avoid mixtures at all costs (especially if the alcohol content drops) is as tenacious as a hangover the day after a party. Researchers Witten/Herdecke
To verify if the claim is accurate, scientists set up a triple clinical trial control and randomizedwhich is the safest of the experimental methods requiring the presence of a control group and the distribution of patients between the groups by drawing lots.