Football world Cup: Without alcohol is better on the Ball
Shortly before the decisive game, the tension rises – and, in many cases, the consumption of alcohol. It was in a sociable round in front of the TV or on the way to the football stadium, alcohol is often consumed to celebrate a special event. Around 116 litres of beer, 20 litres of wine and 5.8 liters of spirits in the country in average per capita consumption. This alcohol is not necessarily a mood maker! This is particularly true for children and young people. They react to even small amounts of Alcohol is very sensitive. Certain alcoholic beverages such as brandy or alcopops may not be used by children and adolescents consumed other drinks, such as beer and wine from 16 years of age.
Risk to health and the “lean” line
Abusive alcohol consumption – even in adults – consequences that not only disturb the sporty character of large-scale events, but also the health of the Individual at risk. Alcohol works in the short term encouraging, he is flabby and tired. More often, extensive alcohol consumption can lead to Addiction, to physical and mental damage and an increased risk for cancer, and impotence.
Even the much-quoted “beer belly” is no accident – 1 l “liquid bread” contains about 400 calories just as much energy as a chocolate bar. The German nutrition society (DGE) e. V. recommends cautious with alcohol. Alcoholic beverages beverages that can be consumed by healthy adults, occasionally in moderation. Women should not take more than 10 grams of men and more than 20 grams of alcohol per day. 20 grams of alcohol, for example, are contained in a half-Liter of beer. Pregnant and Nursing women should not drink any alcohol in order not to endanger the health of your child.
The consumption of alcoholic beverages and their sale to children and young people is regulated by § 9 of the youth protection act. Child within the meaning of this act is not, who is 14 years old. A teenager who is between 14 and 17 years old. Absolutely prohibited for the under 18-Year-old brandy as well as brandy-containing drinks or food are included, the spirits not only in minor amount. This includes, for example, liqueur, brandy, Rum, Whisky, as well as ready-made mixed drinks such as vodka-Lemon and the so-called alcopops.
In addition, sundaes, beverages such as Grog and / or alcohol-containing Sweet covered or sugar, which spirits are added. Beer, wine, champagne as well as beer, wine or mixed drinks for children and young people under the age of 16 taboo. Unless a young person from the age of 14 years accompanied by a parent or a guardian, then he may consume to the last-mentioned beverage.
Effects of alcohol
Adults, the responsible use of alcohol to maintain drinks, are not only a role model for children, but they also protect your body from the negative effects of alcohol. Is regular and abundant drinking alcohol, in the long term, a high risk of addiction, with severe health damage to organs, particularly the liver, and nerves. The risk for mental disorders and cancer diseases is increasing. A small dose of alcohol reduces the muscle performance. Alcohol makes the testosterone levels decline and deterioration of prostate function and reproductive ability in men. The cause of the fattening effect of alcohol can be an appetite-enhancing effect of the alcohol. Apart from that, alcohol provides plenty of “empty calories”, which can contribute to the development of Obesity.
Calories The Case Of Alcohol
With 7 calories per gram, the energy content of alcohol is almost as high as the of fat, with 9 calories. The same amount of sugar or protein provides only 4 calories. And how much alcohol is in the drinks? A glass of beer (0.2 Liter) delivers 8 grams, and a quarter of wine (0.25 liters) 20 grams of alcohol, a glass of sparkling wine (0.1 Liter) containing 9 grams and a shot glass of spirits (0.02 litre), more than 5 grams of alcohol.