Do you ever enjoy a margarita after a long day? Tequila is made with blue Agave, which is widespread in Jalisco and Mexico’s highlands. To mature an agave, it takes about 7 years.
Farmers harvest their succulents using a knife. These pinas can be sent to a distillery. They are baked in specially designed ovens to convert starches from sugar. The pinas need to be shredded and pressed for the sugar to escape. To speed up the fermentation process, many producers add yeast. The juice ferments in the bottle for about 4 days, before being distilled to attain the legal minimum alcohol. The tequila then gets aged and bottled.
The best Tequila health benefits are found in tequilas made from 100% agave. Here are some benefits of drinking patron mini bottles to improve your health.
1. It’s Good For Your Bones
Another question you may be thinking of is how it can make bones stronger. Researchers have looked into the effects that agave fructans, which is a naturally occurring form of fructose; have on bone growth in mice. In addition to greater calcium absorption, the researchers also discovered that less calcium was excreted through the feces. Also, there was a 20% increase in the protein osteocalcin. This is critical for the development and maintenance of bone tissues.
Others have reported increased magnesium absorption. Magnesium, calcium, and magnesium are vital minerals that protect bones from becoming brittle or fragile. They also reduce osteoporosis risk.
2. It Aids In Digestion
Do you enjoy tequila drinks after enjoying a full-course meal? It is possible, according to evidence, that this practice may be beneficial. Tequila is made from high-quality inulin. This inulin helps to cultivate good gut bacteria making tequila an excellent drink for digestion.
3. It Is A Low-Calorie, Healthy Option That Can Be Used For Weight Loss.
Experts have examined the potential relationship between Tequila (tequila) and weight loss. It is healthier than most other beverages, with 60 calories per shot compared to more than 160 calories in a glass. Its natural fructose, called agavins (agave), eliminates the need for sugary mixers which could lead to weight gain. Again lack of a refined molecular design may be another reason for obesity.
4. It Prevents Type 2 Diabetes
Are you a diabetic? When was the last occasion you had a glass spirit? Unless otherwise stated by your doctor you may enjoy 1 to 2-shots of it once or twice a week!
Its fructans aren’t digestible and act as a fiber. Because of this, you will eat less. It does not cause blood sugar spikes and the sugars in it remain unabsorbed in the body. Also, evidence has shown that it can stimulate insulin. With all these claims, Tequila and Diabetes might not be such a bad combo after all!
5. It Treats Insomnia
You will now be able to sleep better due to the relaxing effects of tequila drinks, although you shouldn’t depend on any substance for sleep (especially alcohol), a few tequila drinks can be helpful.
6. It’s A Cold Buster
When you are thinking of taking an antihistamine against the common cold, pour some tequila into small shot glasses. This isn’t a fad. Mexican doctors began prescribing tequila during the 30s to help with the common flu. It’s a mixture of agave syrup, lime, and Tequila Blanco.
Lime is an excellent source of vitamin C. Agave may be useful in soothing sore throats. Tequila is an alcohol that can be used as an antibacterial remedy. You can drink hot toddy, which consists of a warm cup with whiskey, lemon, cloves, or honey for a cold. So why not tequila?