Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Drinking TUBA lengthens LIFE, reduces risk of HEART DISEASE, CANCER & MORE! PLS SHARE!


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Tuba (coconut or palm wine) is widely known in the Philippines. Made from the sap of a young coconut bud, tuba is often milky white in color or sometimes looks like water.


According Phil-Islands, as documented in Scribd, tuba has been used as medicine because of the health benefits it gives to those who drink it.

Here are some of the HEALTH BENEFITS of tuba:

1. Prevents respiratory ailments

It brings out the phlegm and helps the patient breathe better

2. The vinegar from tuba lowers fever


When you get fever, the elders in the province would let you get tuba vinegar and wipe it all over your body to trap the heat, thus lower your fever.

3. Disinfects dog bites and wounds

4. Lengthens life

Elders in the province use this drink as food supplement because they believe that it makes them stronger and alert. According to tuba.tacloban.ph, wine drinkers have been observed to have a 34% mortality rate as compared to beer drinkers.

5. Lowers Risk of Heart attack and Heart Disease

A study conducted in 2008 showed that MODERATELY drinking tuba reduces your risk of cardiovascular diseases and brings down hypertension.

Those who suffer from high blood pressure and drink tuba MODERATELY are 30% less likely to experience heart attack. Moreover, it is also believed to be good for the blood vessels and protects you from heart disease

6. Fights Cancer

Tuba contains riboflavin, an antioxidant that combats free radicals a.k.a cancer causing agents

7. Promotes healthy skin, nails and hair

This drink has vitamin B complex and Iron which are both good to keep our skin, hair and nails healthy.

RECOMMENDED LIMITS OF DRINKING ALCOHOL:

  • MEN
    • Per Day - Not more than 4 units. Should have atleast 2 alcohol-FREE days each week
    • Per Week - Not more than 21 units.
  • WOMEN
    • Per Day - Not more than 3 units. Should have atleast 2 alcohol-FREE days each week
    • Per Week - Not more than 14 units
  • PREGNANT WOMEN
    • Advice from the Department of Health states that … “pregnant women or women trying to conceive should not drink alcohol at all. If they do choose to drink, to minimize the risk to the baby, they should not drink more than 1-2 units of alcohol once or twice a week and should not get drunk”. [source]
  • SENIORS
    • Always consume protein-rich food when drinking wine. Should NOT be taken during morning medication time
IMPORTANT NOTE:  Drink MODERATELY. Excessive drinking of TUBA will destroy your liver.
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