Women's Health (UK) - - KNOW HOW -

We hate to be the bear­ers of bad news when you’re sim­ply try­ing to en­joy a chilled glass of rosé in a beer gar­den. But, ac­cord­ing to a ma­jor new piece of re­search pub­lished in The Lancet, knock­ing back 10 to 15 drinks a week could cut your life short by one to two years. Chances are that you, WH reader, aren’t down­ing that much, but the anal­y­sis of 600,000 drinkers found that pol­ish­ing off just five al­co­holic drinks a week could shorten your life by up to six months. Any­one for Seedlip?

‘Set a goal. Cre­ate a plan. Do the work. There are no short­cuts.’ ALLYSON FELIX @AF85

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