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Your Party Guide to Diet-Friendly Drinks


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  • Looks like I am going to have to rid myself of my Malibu Rum stash!!
  • I don't get to drink that often, but this is something to keep handy and pull out when I do!
  • This is great information. Will definitely keep this in mind come NYE and other celebratory events. Cheers!
  • My major NYE problem is that it's also my birthday, so double trouble. I love that coconut rum isin't so bad - it's one of my favs! I am going to have to think up an awesome cocktail to incorporate it.

    Thanks for a great article!
    Knowing more about the calorie content of drinks will keep me more focused on my fitness goal over Christmas, thanks for this article!
    I feel thst these food and party articles are very informative. excellent ideas of what foods to make for low calorie dishes plus low carbohy-
    drates for party foods is great. This way everyone can enjoy the food and good choices of wines abd alcoholic beversges, At least they can stick to their diets and still be avle to have. Thank you very for all this information.

    ------------------- ____Phelicia ii
  • This is good news for me since I have been known to be a wino on occasion. Also, with wine, I tend to drink it slower anyways so I save calories with that too instead of several beers if I go out.
  • This article has been very informative, thanks. I too get the munchies when I have a drink and I thought that there was something wrong with me, but come to find out I'm not the only one. That is good to know.
  • REDFORD6250
    Yes I agree, Wine is my most preferred and favorite, nice to see I was right about the wine verses the beer with My Husband !! Thanks for the great advice and I will certainly stick with my Fave THE WINE !!!
    Here is a good diet friendly drink

    1.5 oz Vodka
    mixed w/ "Fuze Slenderize" drink. (any flavor you like)
    on the rocks.
    I'm trying hard not to drink, bc I get tend to get the "munchies" ! lol
    When I do drink, it's always Rum and DIET Coke, so at least I'm not hurting myself too bad there.
  • The problem is... 5oz is so small and wine is fine!
    Actually, DOGTURTLEWMN, neither of those things are true (wine does not help you lose weight or build muscle). Some studies have shown a correlation between people who have 1-2 drinks a day and maintaining a healthier weight, but there's nothing about the properties of wine that CAUSE that to happen. There tends to be confounding variables like: most people who drink 1-2 servings/day have healthier habits in general. In terms of building muscle, physiologically that it doesn't make sense that any properties of wine would enhance that process.
    Coach Nicole
    I heard recently that red wine helps you lose weight and build muscle. When I was a Weight Watcher, I had a small glass of red wine every night & lost lots of weight. I am doing it again, and I am losing when I thought I stopped!
  • All hail wine. I think I'll stick to that. ;)

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