Whiskey lowers blood pressure and has anti-bad-cholesterol and anti-blood-clot properties, which both reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke.
Whiskey's abundance of antioxidants helps to fight cancer, boost your immune system, and shield your body from the damaging effects of chemotherapy.
Whiskey enhances memory and reduces the risk of Alzheimer's and other types of dementia when consumed in moderation.
Whiskey has fewer calories and sugar than beer and other mixed drinks, making it a healthier option for those with diabetes.
Whiskey increases appetite and helps avoid upset stomachs and overindulgence in food when consumed in moderation.
A shot or two of whiskey helps with circulation, stress relief, and nerve calmness.
Even small doses of vodka and wine give headaches, but if you limit yourself to one or two shots, whiskey practically guarantees you won't get a hangover.