Light Drinker

A woman who has never consumed more than 5 (alcoholic) drinks at a time
A man who has consumed more than 5 drinks at a time less than 7 times in his life
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Mr Misell added: "If you're a moderate or light drinker then you really have nothing to worry about.
Assuming the association is causal, it appears that even if you're a light drinker, reducing your alcohol consumption could be beneficial for your heart.
If a customer's not picking something up immediately--a regular Bud Light drinker, for instance -they're trying to make a choice, and any help that leads to a good choice will be welcome.
Next, heavy/ light drinker status was added to the equation to see if drinker status affected estimate accuracy.
with options of nondrinker, very light drinker, light drinker, moderate drinker, heavy drinker, and very heavy drinker); and (3) frequency of drunkenness (i.
A non-smoker and a light drinker, I spent hours in billows of cigarette smoke and started a new glass of whiskey with each new set of customers.
Women of childbearing age were classified as nondrinker (no alcohol use reported during the preceding month), light drinker ([less than or equal to]30 drinks during the preceding month), moderate drinker (31-59 drinks during the preceding month), and heavy drinker ([greater than or equal]60 drinks during the preceding month).
Drinking for health: The daily light drinker fiction.
Respondents were grouped into three alcohol-consumption categories: nondrinker (no alcohol use reported during the previous month); light drinker (30 or fewer drinks consumed during the previous month and fewer than five drinks on any occasion); and heavy drinker (more than 30 drinks consumed during the previous month or five or more drinks on at least one occasion).
I just have to wonder if this has too much flavor for a Bud Light drinker.
Apart from that, the inquest heard, she was a light drinker, she and her husband enjoying nights out at a sports and social club near their home.
As noted by Knupfer (1987) and Ahlstrom (1993), the notion of the daily light drinker may in fact be a myth.