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    Coast to coast to coast, Canada now has one set of recommendations
    to help people make decisions about alcohol. They were developed
    by a national group of experts, working with prevention and treatment
    professionals, the alcohol industry, and advocacy organizations. They
    are based on the best available evidence from around the world.
    Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines will enable health
    professionals to provide consistent advice, encourage individuals
    to monitor and moderate their drinking, create awareness about our
    cultural attitudes to alcohol, and collect data for monitoring the costs
    and harms of alcohol at provincial and national levels.
    Why do Canadians need drinking guidelines?

    Most Canadians drink alcohol. Many drinkers do not experience
    problems from their drinking. However, as a country, we consume
    more than 50% above the world average. How we drink causes a lot of
    alcohol-related problems and results in over $14 billion in costs each
    year. Much of this is preventable.

    The scientific evidence tells us that there are daily and weekly levels of
    drinking that will help prevent some of the harms and reduce the health,
    legal and labour costs. The new guidelines help drinkers to balance
    potential benefits with a consideration of the potential harms. They
    identify drinking patterns which will help prevent harms or which raise
    the risk of problems.

    The guidelines are not intended to encourage people to drink. They
    inform drinkers that drinking above the suggested limits will put them
    at risk for injuries or chronic diseases. They also provide advice on
    when not to drink (e.g. when pregnant or planning to be pregnant, when
    driving a vehicle or doing any kind of dangerous physical activity), and
    they provide tips for reducing risk (e.g. drink slowly, eat before and
    while you are drinking, do not start drinking for health benefits).
    While the guidelines will not change the drinking culture overnight, they
    may help us reduce the rising costs related to alcohol in our cities and
    provinces by encouraging Canadians to adopt a culture of moderation
    when it comes to alcohol. Please be responsible when having your beer delivery near me.

    Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol
    Drinking Guidelines


    • Reduce long-term health risks by drinking no more than 10 drinks a week for
    women or 15 drinks a week for men and
    avoid drinking on some days each week


    • Reduce risk of injury and harm by
    drinking no more than 3 drinks (for
    women) or 4 drinks (for men) on any
    single occasion


    • Do not drink in situations where any
    impairment reduces ability to function
    safely and responsibly (e.g., when
    driving)


    • The safest choice is to not drink at all
    while pregnant, planning to become
    pregnant or before breastfeeding


    • Children and adolescents should delay
    drinking until the late teens, talk with their
    parents about drinking, and never have
    more than 1 to 2 drinks at a time, and
    never more than 1 to 2 times per week


    • From late teens to age 24, youth
    should never have more than 2 drinks
    a day (for females) or 3 drinks a day
    (for males)