Alcohol may help flush out arsenic from the body, study finds

A study published in Eco-Environment & Health sheds light on the complex impact of alcohol consumption on arsenic bioavailability and how it accumulates in tissues. It investigates how alcohol changes the gut microbiota and intestinal barriers, influencing how arsenic is absorbed and distributed throughout the body.

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