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Ethyl Glucuronide in Alcoholic Beverages.
Müller A and Iwersen-Bergmann S. Alcohol Alcohol 2018. PMID 29846501
AIMS: This study examines the biomarker ethyl glucuronide (EtG) in various alcoholic beverages. SHORT SUMMARY: The biomarker EtG was consistently found to be a natural compound of wine, whereas it was not detected in any of the other tested alcoholic beverages, which included various distilled spirits, liqueurs and beer of different types and geographical origins. METHODS: Alcoholic beverages (n = 114) were analyzed by a validated liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry assay. Beverages included samples from beer, wine, liqueurs and spirits from different manufacturers and geographical origins. ...
AIMS: This study examines the biomarker ethyl glucuronide (EtG) in various alcoholic beverages. SHORT SUMMARY: The biomarker E …
Alcoholic beverages as a source of estrogens.
Gavaler JS. Alcohol Health Res World 1998 - Review. PMID 15706799 Free PMC article.
Alcoholic beverages contain not only alcohol but also numerous other substances (i.e., congeners) that may contribute to the beverages' physiological effects. Plants used to produce alcoholic beverages contain estrogenlike substances (i.e., phytoestrogens). Observations that men with alcoholic cirrhosis often show testicular failure and symptoms of feminization have suggested that alcoholic beverages may contain biologically active phytoestrogens as congeners. ...
Alcoholic beverages contain not only alcohol but also numerous other substances (i.e., congeners) that may contribute to the
Determination of geographical origin of alcoholic beverages using ultraviolet, visible and infrared spectroscopy: A review.
Uríčková V and Sádecká J. Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc 2015 - Review. PMID 25879982
The identification of the geographical origin of beverages is one of the most important issues in food chemistry. Spectroscopic methods provide a relative rapid and low cost alternative to traditional chemical composition or sensory analyses. ...
The identification of the geographical origin of beverages is one of the most important issues in food chemistry. Spectroscopic metho …
Simultaneous Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Commercial Alcoholic Beverages by Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detection.
Kim HM, et al. J AOAC Int 2017. PMID 28421982
The method was validated with four types of alcoholic beverages (beers, fruit wines, rice wines, and spirits) to confirm the versatility of the method. ...The developed method was applied to 40 commercial samples representing the four types of alcoholic beverages, and principal component analysis was performed to determine profiles of the volatile organic compounds, depending on the type of alcoholic beverage....
The method was validated with four types of alcoholic beverages (beers, fruit wines, rice wines, and spirits) to confirm the v …
[Non-alcoholic risks of alcoholic beverages].
Terl M, et al. Cas Lek Cesk 2004 - Review. PMID 15730212 Czech.
However, alcoholic beverages contain also a wide range of non-alcoholic components, which can be a source of health risks as well. ...The article offers a basic survey of alcoholic beverages; it mentions important technological procedures of their production stating also the most significant resulting components of their individual types. ...
However, alcoholic beverages contain also a wide range of non-alcoholic components, which can be a source of health ris …
The possible impact of an alcohol welfare surcharge on consumption of alcoholic beverages in Taiwan.
Yeh CY, et al. BMC Public Health 2013. PMID 24010885 Free PMC article.
METHODS: We estimated the elasticity of four types of alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, whisky and brandy) using the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) Demand Model. ...RESULTS: Alcoholic beverages in Taiwan have the following price elasticities: beer (-0.820), wine (-0.955), whisky (-0.587), brandy (-0.958). ...
METHODS: We estimated the elasticity of four types of alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, whisky and brandy) using the Central Bu …
Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages and Liquor Consumption by Michigan High School Students, 2011.
Gonzales KR, et al. Prev Chronic Dis 2015. PMID 26564010 Free PMC article.
CONCLUSIONS: Liquor is the most common type of alcoholic beverage consumed by Michigan high school students; vodka is the most common type of liquor consumed. ...
CONCLUSIONS: Liquor is the most common type of alcoholic beverage consumed by Michigan high school students; vodka is the most common …
Alcohol-Related Knowledge and Alcohol-Related Norms in 4- to 6-Year-Olds-Evidence from the Dutch Electronic Appropriate Beverage Task
Voogt C, et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 2017. PMID 28731564
Children more often correctly identified the name and nonalcoholic content of nonalcoholic beverages compared to the name and alcoholic content of alcoholic beverages. No sex differences emerged in the correct identification of the name and the content of both alcoholic beverages and nonalcoholic beverages. ...
Children more often correctly identified the name and nonalcoholic content of nonalcoholic beverages compared to the name and alco
Fate of ethanol during cooking of liquid foods prepared with alcoholic beverages: Theory and experimental studies.
Snitkjær P, et al. Food Chem 2017. PMID 28407905
To obtain an understanding of the ethanol loss during cooking of liquid foods containing alcoholic beverages, ethanol concentration was measured as a function of time and remaining volume in meat stocks prepared with wine and beer. ...
To obtain an understanding of the ethanol loss during cooking of liquid foods containing alcoholic beverages, ethanol concentr …
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