Alcohol usually adds to the problem of obesity, what kind of drink is worth drinking if you don’t want to gain weight?
Alcoholic beverages are high on the list of foods listed as causes of obesity. Yet they have some varieties that you will not at least gain weight from, even if you don’t lose weight. If you take the pounds you get seriously, it matters a lot what you decide on your throat on a loose weekend.
Good quality wines
Not semi-sweet or sweet pancakes, but quality dry wines contain the fewest calories from alcoholic beverages. White wine is less fattening, but red wine contains antioxidants that delay the growth of fat cells and slow down the formation of new ones.
Wine made with herbs is stronger, usually with an alcohol content of 15-18 percent, so we usually consume less of it, so we bring fewer calories into our bodies than wines. One Hungarian research it has also been shown to contain many polyphenolic compounds that promote weight loss in the first place. It is no coincidence that vermouth has long been drunk in Europe as an aperitif. Of course, as a Manhattan or Martini cocktail mixed with other drinks is no longer the case.
The purer the concentrations
As with the hangover, the issue of obesity is also basic, the do not mix drinks principle. But like a quick throw-in, it works here if we decide on the smallest amount, the more efficient it is. That is, a couple of small glasses of half as pure alcohol in terms of weight gain is less painful, especially pure vodka or good quality whiskey plays. The more sugary a concentrate is, the worse the situation is, so brandy, flavored vodkas, or rums are forgetful.
It’s not just weight loss that comes to mind about pils or lager beers, it’s more of the term beer belly. Yet they are not so dangerous if we do not drink four bottles at a time. The problem is that most people don’t stop at a bottle or two. And the problem starts with the quantity of beers, but one can be drunk in the evening if we want to relax.
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