Stay healthy: Drink Guinness

Flavenoids in Guinness combat fatty deposits in arteries. Note, however that the beer was consumed by being "fed ... via tubes directly into their stomachs."

On the other hand, a friend of mine points out, "I thought a tube leading directly to the stomach was also called the esophagus. That's my Guinness delivery system."

Comments (4)
  1. Anonymous says:

    In college, I drank a lot of Guinness fed, via tubes, directly into my stomach — it didn’t seem to combat fatty anything…

  2. _brG_ says:

    I saw that on friday – last night I heard on the news that we (in the uk) are suffering from an increase in mouth cancer through smoking and drinking too much !

  3. Rock on! Remember the slogan, "Guinness is Good For You!"

  4. Jon Kale says:

    It’s a little known fact that Guinness is (almost) capable of sustaining human life on its own – all the nutrients you need to maintain life can be found in Guinness, supplemented with a pint of milk and half an orange daily.

    The downside (depending on your worldview) is that you need to drink 48 pints of Guinness a day. However, once you’ve worked in a bar in Kilburn you know that this is easily possible…

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