Melbourne: An addiction expert has branded a low-carb beer an "insidious health risk", adding that it does little to prevent a beer gut. Beers like Foster``s Pure Blonde and Bluetongue``s Bondi Blonde have become famous among dieters because of the drinks’ low-carbohydrate credentials, says expert Dr Peter Miller.
Drinkers were "better off consuming low-strength beers in terms of both alcohol content and energy intake", he said. The finding has been published in the Medical Journal of Australia. ANI
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