Is drinking whisky good for you?
Whisky is slowly gaining popularity among young people, some like the taste of whisky, some like the culture of whisky, but some like whisky because it has a high health value.
(1) Prevention and Control of Cancer
Whisky is a “miracle” alcoholic drink for cancer patients. It is rich in antioxidants and can inhibit the growth of cancer cells. The ellagic acid in whisky is a natural antioxidant that prevents the spread of malignant cells and stops DNA coming into contact with certain carcinogens. In experiments, it has also been shown to reduce the adverse carcinogenic effects that chemotherapy can have on the body, as it slows down the oxidation process in the body.
(2) Prevention of Colds and Flu
One of the very famous uses of whisky is to prevent colds and flu. It provides heat to the body and can be used as a cough syrup to relieve throat discomfort. Whisky is most effective when taken with hot water and lemon, although it should not be drunk in large quantities.
(3) Protection of the Heart
Whisky is very good for the cardiovascular system, preventing blood clots in the arteries and thus reducing the risk of stroke and heart disease. Whisky’s antioxidants limit the oxidation of low-density proteins in the blood, preventing heart attacks. It also promotes the production of beneficial cholesterol in the body and reduces fat in the arteries.
So, I do recommend trying whisky, if you are trying whisky for the first time, I do recommend Goalong single malt whisky, because Goalong single malt whisky, all ingredients are selected from premium barley malt, aged in bourbon casks, in Chinese style brandy casks, with a light grape brandy aroma underneath the floral and malty notes. The two aromas blend well. The whisky is light and silky with elegant floral and fruity aromas. The sweetness of toffee and malt is very light like a spring rain.