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November 17, 2014

You’re planning a party for a high number of guests but you’re unsure about the quantity of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks you should provide. Use our planning tool. Like any good host, you want to do your best to meet your guests’ expectations. At the same time, it’s impossible to know exactly what and how much each guest will want to drink. To help you organize your event, ...

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June 05, 2014

These recommended drinking limits aim to reduce long-term health risks. Advise clients: To have some non-drinking days every week to minimize tolerance and habit formation. Not to increase drinking to the upper limit, since health benefits are greatest at less than 1 drink per day. That adults with reduced tolerance (whether due to low body weight, being under 25, or over 65, or ...

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Moderation by the numbers: 2-3-4-0

Women who want to avoid long-term problems should limit themselves to two drinks a day and 10 a week. For men, the limits are three drinks a day and 15 a week. That’s the 2-3 part of the ...



May 14, 2014

Organizations that deal with cancer often issue guidelines that are different from those developed for the general population. For example, they advise women to have no more than one drink a day, rather than two, and they recommend that men have no more than two drinks a day, as opposed to three. They also say that abstinence is the best choice. The data showing that just one drink a day ...

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Campagne 2340 : C’est reparti !

February 28, 2013

Janvier 2013 marque la relance de la campagne d’Éduc’alcool sur la promotion des niveaux de consommation d’alcool à faible risque. Notre organisme, qui a tiré des leçons de la campagne de l’an dernier, a suivi à la lettre les orientations déterminées par son conseil d’administration pour la poursuite de ce plan quinquennal. Rappelons qu’Éduc’alcool avait décidé de ...

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Its members are parapublic institutions, alcoholic beverage industry associations and individuals from various milieus (public health, education, journalism), who, fully of aware of their social responsibility, implement information, education and prevention programs designed to help young people and adults make enlightened, responsible decisions about drinking.

Éduc'alcool's commitment is accurately reflected in its slogan: La modération a bien meilleur goût / Moderation is always in good taste.

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