36. Drinking too much can cause long-term health issues.
Alcohol may be suitable for your heart – you’ll often hear people say that a glass of wine a day is beneficial. However, there’s much research to suggest that regular consumption of alcohol can account for an increased risk of cancer in both men and women.
Alcohol consumption has been shown to increase cancer development, including breast cancer, liver cancer, and esophageal cancer. If you drink two to three drinks a day, or any more than ten drinks a week, you’re at increased risk. However, cutting your alcohol consumption can positively impact your life in multiple ways! You’ll likely lose weight and almost definitely reduce your cholesterol, which will also help prevent cancer.