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A new study suggests that beer is a significant source of dietary silicon, a key ingredient for increasing bone mineral density. Researchers from the Department of Food Science & Technology at the University of California, Davis studied commercial beer production to determine the relationship between beer production methods and the resulting silicon content, concluding that beer is a rich source of dietary silicon.

I’m always happy to hear that beer is good for you.

Found by Cináedh.




  1. Rabble Rouser says:

    Whilst I think of it, dontcha know that the legal drinking age for beer in Germany, and a lot of Europe is SIXTEEN!

  2. B.Dog says:

    Ya Hey! She wore a pearl necklace.

  3. billabong says:

    What is it about blondes and cleavage that go so well together.

  4. John E. Quantum says:

    Her smile says “This beer isn’t all that is getting head, mein Herr”.

  5. I. B. Geflargen says:

    “Dieses Bier ist nicht die einzige Sache, die Kopf bekommt, mein Herr!”

  6. Bubbaray says:

    Wann Sie lassen, trinken Sie Spaten.

  7. Rick Cain says:

    And swallowing semen is good for women’s health.

    Now if we could only get them to buy that argument.

  8. noname says:

    meintest du mich denkt, “Wenn Sie lassen, trinken Sie Schlitz”

  9. I. B. Geflargen says:

    “Wie die meisten schöne junge blonde Frauen, ich bin sehr heiß für übergewichtige Männer im mittleren Alter, die dumme Sachen zu schreiben auf ihren Computern.”

  10. BouncyCzech says:

    “Hej, ošklivé tuku flákač na počítači … Jsi v pořádku nikdy dotknout mých prsou!”

  11. Glenn E. says:

    In keeping with the picture. I think beer was invented to get guys laid. Because women can’t handle the alcohol as well as men. That’s a known fact (today), not just some B.S.. But a fact that hasn’t filtered into the culture, as quickly as it should have. Maybe it’s being kept out, by the beer industry. Bet those three girls will be passed out soon.

  12. @Glenn

    It helped Barry get laid at Schnitzengiggle…


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