“This study has a high informative value due to its sample size,” says Hans-Jürgen Rumpf from the University of Lübeck, former President of the German Society for Addiction Research and Addiction Therapy. “The benchmark of 100 grams a week should lead to rethinking and downgrading men’s limits.” Michael Roerecke of the University of Toronto, who was not involved in the study, as well as Hull, points out that alcohol carries many health hazards: “All alcohol consumption is associated with risk, and the negative influence far outweighs it, especially among women There is an increased risk of developing breast cancer with every use, and many are not aware of the increased risk of cancer, not only for breast cancer, but also for oral and esophageal cancer. ” Cornelia Lange of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) emphasizes that the study results should “serve as a stimulus to review the German recommendations and to revise them if necessary”. According to an analysis of the new yearbook Addiction, Germans over the age of 15 consume an average of 10.7 liters of pure alcohol per year. That’s about 165 grams per week.