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New Year Party-Best Alcohol Options For Weight Watchers

New Years Party – Best Alcohol Options for Weight Watchers

OH MY GOD! What will happen to IWB? Why have these people started talking about alcohol lately? While you are thinking about it, I have a few more questions for you.

  • Are you planning alcohol or alcohol-based drinks?
  • Are You On A Weight Loss Journey?
  • Finally, are you concerned about your caloric intake at New Years party?

If your answers are positive, please keep reading, this post is for you.

At IWB, we intend to guide you and take care of you all in order to achieve good health. Some time ago we had a review of McDowell & # 39; s No.1 Diet Mate Whiskey, not with the intention of making the sobs drink, but to help you figure out the pros and cons of your consumption and some options suggest whatever you enjoy you are taking on.

Is it all about calories and carbohydrates?

Alcohol for the calorie consciousWe read again and again about red wine that it is okay to drink a glass of red wine every day. If you, too, follow this advice and make it a goal to have a glass of wine every day because it is good for your heart, I have some information for you.

If we factor in the actual calories in a glass of red wine, which are no less than 6 to 8 ounces, a glass of wine contains around 110 calories. Now there is a good thing for anyone who is careful with carbohydrate intake that the wine is very low in carbohydrates, only about 5 grams in a glass (although if you are on a ketogenic diet you will be in trouble, darling.) Anyway my point is different. When wine is made from grapes, the fructose is converted into alcohol. This simply means that one shot of tequila is the same as a whole glass of wine, so you have an advantage over tequila. So now what! Do you opt for a glass of wine for New Years? But here is one more thing that is important to understand. Do you understand that alcohol itself has about seven calories per gram? Now, if you feel like doing the math, do it. The result, in brief, is that alcohol calories contain twice as many calories as carbohydrates. And what diet do these calories bring into your life? None. Wine can bring you some benefit from the grapes it contains, but if you drink a large glass of red wine every day, you are consuming over 1000 extra empty calories per week. The result, which you don't need to guess, is a fat gain of many pounds a year.

The calories that come into play in alcohols are due to the caramel in them. Sugar is a killer, and we've already discussed a lot about the harmful effects of sugar on IWB (read here). Please do not come to the conclusion now and say that you would never drink because it is simply impossible. These days, being a social drinker is always worthwhile, and it's normal for everyone to drink alcohol every now and then. Handy to think about here are a few tips for your New Years party, but before that, take a look at the calorie content of different types of alcohol.

Alcohols and their calories

Alcohol for the health conscious

Whiskey (1 fl oz)

  • Calories: 70
  • Carbohydrates: 0 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0 grams

Champagne (4.2 ounce glass)

  • Calories: 95
  • Carbohydrates: 1.6 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0.3 grams

Red or white wine (4.2 ounce glass)

  • Calories: 80
  • Carbohydrates: 1.5 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0 grams

VODKA (1 fl oz)

  • Calories: 64
  • Carbohydrates: 0 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0 grams

Rum (1 fl oz)

  • Calories: 64
  • Carbohydrates: 0 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0 grams

Beer (1 can)

  • Calories: 134
  • Carbohydrates: 13 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 1.6 grams

Light beer (12 ounce bottle)

  • Calories: 110
  • Carbohydrates: 4.5 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0 grams

Gin (1 fl oz)

  • Calories: 73
  • Carbohydrates: 0 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0 grams

Tips for a drink

Red hot alcohol

Now that you've worked through the basics of the calories and carbohydrates in common alcohols, it's easy to choose your poison. If you're not a regular drinker, it can't hurt to try some alcohol at a New Year's party, but read here a few important tips beforehand.

  • Moderation and dilution are the keys

Dilute alcohol with diet soda. While we don't recommend artificial sweeteners, this is the only way to reduce total caloric intake. Stay in moderation.

Use lots and lots of ice. It will help you drink less in more time and dilute your beverage. Plus, your drink will look extra big without adding any extra calories.

If you have the option to choose between fruit juice and soda in a cocktail, it is better to choose fruit juice, although it will increase calories and carbohydrates.

It is always better to avoid salty snacks. They will make you drink more. The best snacks are roasted peanuts and grilled dishes.

When you are in the bar remember that you are there to enjoy that particular person's drink or company. So try to drink slowly to enjoy the moments. Enjoying a drink will reduce overconsumption.

New Years Party - Best Alcohol Options for Weight Watchers

  • Choose the most expensive drink

I think this is the best way to avoid excessive alcohol consumption. Choose the most expensive drink and drink it as slowly as possible. This way you can enjoy the drink from above and stay in control too.

Drink as much water as you can. The ideal is to have two drinks of water for each drink of alcohol.

So dear ones, get ready to enjoy your New Years Eve party armed with all the details and I bet your New Years Eve party will never go wrong.

Which calorie conscious calories are you going to choose for this New Years party?

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