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beer. With an alcohol concentration of 10%, the upper limit per day for men: 400 ml (approximately 2 cups per cup of 200 ml), and the upper limit for women: 300 ml (approximately 1.5 cups per 200 ml per cup).
There should be an upper limit on the amount of alcohol consumed by each person per week, that is, no more than 21 and 14 alcohol units for men and women, respectively. On average, men’s daily alcohol intake should not exceed 4 units, and women’s daily alcohol intake should not exceed 3 units. . In addition, make sure not to drink for at least two days a week.
However, almost no brand of liquor will list the number of alcohol units in the whole bottle, and generally only indicate the alcohol concentration. So how do you calculate the alcohol unit? The following formula can help you find the answer: the alcohol concentration indicated on the bottle (just take the number) × the serving size (in liters) = the alcohol unit (approximate). For example, a can of 330ml beer with a 5% alcohol concentration has about 5×0.33=1.65 alcohol units; a bottle of 750ml of red wine or white wine with a 12% alcohol concentration has about 12×0.75=9 alcohol units. It can be seen that drinking two cans of beer, or 2/3 bottles of red or white wine in a day is the upper limit of alcohol intake per day.
So, every time before drinking,
You may wish to make a budget according to this formula:
beer. Based on the alcohol concentration of 5%, the upper limit per day for men: 800 ml (based on 330 ml per can, about 2.5 cans), and the upper limit for women: 600 ml per day (based on 330 ml per can, about 2 cans).