Ashley Charlebois, RD, discusses What is Alcohol Intolerance
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If you have problems digesting alcohol, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll never be able to enjoy a glass of wine again, but it does mean that you will have to limit your intake.
So some people are not necessarily allergic or have difficulty in processing the alcohol itself, but they might instead have issues with certain ingredients in different alcohols, meaning that some types of alcohol would be okay, while others may not be okay.
For example, if you are somebody with celiac disease, and you have issues digesting gluten, which is found in wheat products, you may not be able to tolerate wheat-based beers, but you might be okay with sweet wines. Whereas if you are somebody who has a sensitivity to fructose, which is a type of sugar, you won't be okay with sweet wines, but you might be okay with wheat beers.
If you are having problems digesting alcohol, and you're not really sure which types of alcohol your body can tolerate, or what quantities your body can process, you should probably go and visit your local registered dietitian for more information.
Video Title : What is Alcohol Intolerance
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