Word formation

Read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space in the same line.
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Ever wondered whether your eating and drinking habits don’t mean
you are leading an unhealthy, if not downright (0) dangerous life. DANGER
In this age of the Body Beautiful, as most people are becoming
(21) worried about their health and looks, here is a INCREASE
little-known but (22) truth about that favourite drink of many, COMFORT
beer: when taken in moderate quantities, it may actually be good for you.
(In fact, (23) studies have shown that moderate consumption NUMBER
of any alcohol is beneficial to the health.) Besides (24) SUBSTANCE
lowering the risk of heart disease, beer may aid in bone (25) , FORM
as it contains silicon, which helps to build up body mass.
It has also been associated with reduced (26) to insulin and, RESIST
consequently, reduced diabetes risk.
Beer does not contain fat or cholesterol, is low in free sugars and is less
calorific than most soft drinks, its calories coming largely from its alcohol
(27) . And no, it does not make you fat, nor does it give you a CONTAIN
‘beer belly’ – that may come from all the salty, fatty food that usually
(28) beer drinking, especially when in excessive amounts. COMPANY
(Again, according to recent studies, alcohol doesn't really contribute to weight
gain, and in some cases is even associated with weight (29) . LOSE
So, if you like your beer with meals but are afraid this might make you ill or fat,
you are worrying (30) . Remember, however, that the key to NECESSARY
drinking whatever alcohol is moderation – heavy drinking does lead to higher
disease risk.