Answer: Officially, the United Methodist Church discourages the use of alcohol. Alcohol is very rarely if ever seen in a Methodist church building. However, it is not unusual for Methodists to drink together outside a church building.
Answer: Sure. Moderately, as with any alcoholic beverage.
The gall bladder stores bile produced by the liver, which is used to help digest fat. So you might want to skip the all-fried-seafood platter, or you may experience gastro-intestinal upset due to undigested fat moving into the intestines. You can continue to eat items with moderate quantities of fat as the liver continues to produce bile; it is merely not stored in the gall bladder for use in digesting large quantities of fat.
Answer: There is no such measurement as a legal drink.- --- In the UK there are very strict requirments under the Sales of Goods Act and the Weights and Measures act. If you sell wine by the glass, you must display the quantity The quantities permitted are 125ml, 175ml or multiples of these. You can have a separate sign or table card, or else show this on the menu, wine list or price list. Glasses used for measuring wine must be crown stamped, and 125ml, 175ml or multiples of these sizes Four fluid ounce glasses still in use on the premises must not be used as they are illegal. Stamped wine glasses must be stored separately from any unstamped ones, which are used for bottles of wine and other drinks?
If you sell wine by the carafe, your carafes must be crown stamped and in 250ml, 500ml, one litre or two litre sizes only any other measure used for selling wine is illegal.
Answer: To be honest with you, that is not a very smart choice. A nice, cool glass of water with some crackers will be good. I say crackers so that eating medication on a empty stomach results in some stomachaches and other unecceasary side effects.
Answer: This answer is culture dependent. In the US, women are discouraged from drinking alcohol at all while pregnant, but in France, it is encouraged that the pregnant woman drink one (1) glass of red wine a day.
Answer: There is nothing inherently dangerous about the citric acid found in ordinary citrus drinks. However, as everyone is different, if you feel that there is a concern in your particular case, such as an allergy, than please contact your ob/gyn.
Answer: Wine is not drank from a cup which is 250ml (8.5 oz) but from awine glass which is only 100ml (3.5 oz). This contains on average10ml of alcohol or about 1 unit of alcohol.
Alcohol is harmful to the body and so one to two glasses per day isconsidered moderate drinking. Drinking more than two units a daywill be harmful.
Wine however and in particular red wine has been found to containseveral antioxidants, such as quercetin and resveratrol, which mayplay a part in helping to prevent heart disease and cancer. Howeverto avoid risk to health from alcohol women should drink no morethan three units a day while men should have a maximum of fourunits a day.
Non Alcoholic wines have all these antioxidants without the harmfulalcohol.