10 reasons why beer is good for you

Far from unhealthy beer can actually boost your health, with its benefits ranging from improving heart health to reducing the risk of arthritis.

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Wine drinkers have long revelled in quiet confidence that a glass or two of red wine can be beneficial to your health.

But research shows that beer too can be good for your health, moderation being the key, with its benefits ranging from warding off dental cavities and preventing harmful carcinogens to giving you gleaming locks.

Katy Perry recently reaffirmed her love of beer sharing a pint with a fan onstage, so drink up and pour yourself a pint.

Scroll through for 10 of the best reasons to ‘cheers’ your next beer….

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