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Posted by thanbey
on June 04, 2000 at 22:17:26:
In Reply to: Is non-alcoholic beer OK to drink? posted by rob on June 04, 2000 at 19:39:01:
: I was wondering if anyone knows if very small traces of alcohol like the amount found in non-alcoholic beer is still bad for someone who has Hep C.
This is unknown. Alcohol is known to make the virus replicate faster. My guess is it is a matter of how much you drink of it. One of them once in a while is probably fairly harmless. One a day less harmless, six a day not a good idea, and so on.
If you can live without it, I recommend that. If you cannot, you might want to explore why you cannot.
No amount is considered safe because it may have consequences in one person and not in another. We can't tell who will suffer and who will not.
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