… rich in ellagic acid, which the American Cancer Society claims may slow the growth of tumors. It may also erase wrinkles, per research published in Experimental Dermatology. Still, just because a spirit is high in antioxidants doesn’t mean your body actually puts them to good use, she notes. (We’d volunteer for that study.)
In the end, dark and light liquors are much more different in flavor than they are in nutrition, and your drink’s health effects really depend on what you pair your spirits with.
So it really boils down to what you are mixing your drink with (juices, other liquors, sodas, etc) or what you eat it with that makes a difference.
Bottom line? Alcohol is alcohol, so look at the alcoholic content vs. what it looks like for the real difference.
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