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Postby davidtfranz » Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:21 am

HI guys please answer?

Is excessive take of alcohol could also trigger weight growth?
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Postby alex19 » Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:30 pm

Yes I believe so.
Its got alot of calories and no nutritional value.I quit drinking over a month ago
so i can loose weight and get to my goal.
pure blonde is low in calories, I Think!
ImageImage GOAL WEIGHT DATE 4/12/11
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Postby raymondebontrager » Fri Nov 11, 2011 9:59 am

HEy Guys One of the obvious side effects of alcohol is that it adds calories to your diet. While many of us have a handle on the calories we eat, we often don't know how many calories are in our drinks.

While alcohol doesn't contain fat, it does contain 7 calories per gram. That's more than protein and carbs, both of which contain 4 calories per gram. To get an idea of what you're drinking, check out this brief list of common cocktails. Does your favorite drink have more calories than you thought?

1 can (12 oz) Beer - 135-145 calories
1 can (12 oz) Light Beer - 101 calories
1 glass (3.5 oz) Red or White Wine - 70-75 calories
1 shot (1.5 oz) Gin, rum, vodka or whiskey - 97 calories
1 glass (6 oz) Cosmopolitan - 143 calories
1 glass (4.5 oz) Pina colada - 262 calories
1 glass (2.2 oz) Martini - 135 calories
A couple of beers can easily add more than 300 calories to your diet, the equivalent of 30 minutes of jogging for a 150-lb person. Having a few drinks after a workout may end up undoing all that hard work.
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