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Is non-alcoholic beer healthier than beer with alcohol?

  1. Yes, non-alcoholic beer is a healthier choice than beer with alcohol. Drinking non-alcoholic beer gives you virtually no alcohol and fewer calories. It is also a safer choice if you still have to drive or cycle or if you are pregnant. Alcohol-free beer contains no or very little alcohol, at most 0.1%.

Is non-alcoholic beer bad for your health?

  1. Alcohol-free beer contains carbohydrates, often in the form of sugars. It's a sugary drink. Sugary drinks, such as juices and soft drinks, are not included in the Wheel of Five. Drinking sugary drinks increases the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. It is therefore better not to drink them too much and not too often. Furthermore, non-alcoholic beer can contain acids. Acids are not good for the enamel of your teeth. The more often the tooth enamel comes into contact with acid, the faster you will develop cavities.

What are the benefits of non-alcoholic beer?

  1. By drinking non-alcoholic beer instead of beer with alcohol, you avoid the negative effects of alcohol on your health. Alcohol increases the risk of stroke and certain types of cancer, among other things. Alcohol also contains many calories. With non-alcoholic beer you get fewer calories. Alcoholic beer contains an average of 45 kcal per 100 ml and non-alcoholic beer 26 kcal per 100 ml.

Can my adolescent drink non-alcoholic beer?

  1. Legally speaking, alcohol-free beer is allowed to young people under the age of 18, but as a precaution, young people should not drink alcohol-free beer. As a parent, it is also better not to give this to your child. It is not known whether young people who drink non-alcoholic beer may start drinking beer with alcohol earlier. As a precaution it is therefore better not to give it.

Can you drink non-alcoholic beer when you are pregnant?

  1. Sometimes non-alcoholic beer still contains a small percentage of alcohol, maximum 0.1%. Only take 0.0% beer if you are pregnant. Check the label carefully to see if it is a beer with 0.0% alcohol.

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