Ok, here's my problem...the nutrition tracker does not differentiate between the types of wine or liquor. Granted the calories differences are minimal but when you're counting every one - especially during the holidays - I like to think the info I get in the tracker is accurate!
- 12/4/2009 12:32:52 PM
ALCHOHOL SUPPRESSES FAT OXIDATION ,BUT THE BIGGEST FACTOR IS DEFINATELY THE CALORIES AND WITH ANY BOOZE HOUND THEY'RE ALWAYS COUNTING UP, LIKE NASA'S" COUNTDOWN"1 BEER 2 BEERS 3 BEERS" tAKE OFF"260 CALORIES (AND STILL)... COUNTING!(BECAUSE NOW YOU CAN REALLY SLAM THEM)
- 8/20/2009 1:56:11 PM
hello fellow LIFE enthusiasts!!! Now... though wine may be lower in calories then beer, beer contains chronium(or at least most beers do)and chromium has most been known to speed up the rate of the performance from your metabolism but ON THE OTHER HAND all alchohol speeds up cortisol levels, which leads to fat cell harbouring...YUCK! I'M NOT SURE WHICH WOULD OUTWAY THE OTHER AS IT IS CIRCUMSTANTIAL! let's hope overall chromium is the champion!!!!
- 8/20/2009 1:44:00 PM
MGD64 is a light beer made by miller. it stands for miller genuine draft and 64 is because it is only 64 calories, not 95. I actually like the taste but you are more likely to drink more than 1 because you do not feel the effects as quickly as you would with another light beer....
- 6/23/2009 11:31:15 AM
very useful and interesting article - however, too many typos. It says nutritional information per ounce and then the table says nutrional info per 1.5 oz so it's a bit confusing.
- 6/23/2009 10:46:31 AM
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