Good news for those who love to indulge in a good drink every now and then, especially for addicted margaritas. For them this could be one of the happiest, most icy and best shaken news of the summer. Are you ready? Tequila is good for your health . Science says so. From today, therefore, if you sip this distillate, obviously in a very moderate way, do not feel guilty! Check out the exclusive Tequila store in Los angeles.
Studies found that consuming blue agave seriously helped with the absorption of calcium and magnesium, two essential nutrients for building better bones. And it not only gave healthy mice stronger bones, but it also helped build back bone mass in mice with osteoporosis. (Did you know that yoga also has serious bone-strengthening benefits?)
There was a small caveat about the results: the nutrient absorption process only occurs when you have a healthy gut microbiome – that is, you eat a healthy, balanced diet and have a healthy ecosystem of bacteria in your gut.
In other words, the super unhealthy practice of bingeing on tequila shots every night won’t do your bones any good, but the occasional edge is something you can actually put under the “healthy” column. Just make sure what you’re drinking is 100% agave – consider this your excuse to indulge in the luxury of Patrón. Calories side: a shot contains 60 calories compared to 160 in a glass of white wine.