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Your Party Guide to Diet-Friendly Drinks

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ABIONDA
So happy to have found Budweiser's Select 55. Now I can drink a beer or two (okay- or 3!) without guilt. Report
GRUMPEE
...but I still want beer. Report
Love this. Really good info to keep in mind.
I'm a big sweet cocktail girl, can't stand straight liquor and dry wine.
But I know I'll have to say good-bye to my margaritas, except for maybe twice a month.
Oh well, feeling amazing in my wedding dress will be worth it!!! Report
MARY1291
Great information . Lots of information in a condensed form. Thank you Report
Same as LULUGIRL.... Report
KALAMAZOO8
I ditto 9catman9, Report
Many years ago I started drinking just the alcohol with soda water and a lime. You have to actually like the alcohol to drink it this way. I like whiskey or gin. It has been forever since I drank rum. I would recommend not using the pre mixed mixers. Try muddling your own lime with home made simple syrup. It not only tastes better, you have far more control over your calories. I personally hate the sweetness that comes with most of the drinks. My one big vice is a bloody Mary. But in reality if the mixer is house made it has almost no added sugar! Report
RKTHETEXGAL
Hey dont forget a 'skinny girl' margarita...its 100calories and 4 g of carbs per 4 oz serving. This is per spark peoples nutrition tracker. Love these!
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I personally couldn't drink diet pop and alcohol . Recently I am not so sure alcohol is OK from a Biblical perspective. Report
Here's something I have never understood and would appreciate an expert opinion: If a drink like vodka has no carbs, what does that mean if you are a diabetic and not worried so much about the calories? Report
GEORGIANBAYB
The calories for wine on here are less than I'd read somewhere previously. Thanks! Report
I am printing this blog out and keeping it forever. Thank You Report
I'm printing the chart out and putting it in my purse. It'll be nice to have when I go out to celebrate my birthday tomorrow night. Perfect timing! Thanks :) Report
The carb content in an alcoholic drink is for ingredients that are not alcohol per se. Like in the wine chart, you'll notice that the white wines have zero carbs: no grape skins, but the red wines have some carbs: food value from the grape skin content.
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Here's a question I have always had...how can hard liquor, an alcohol, be '0' carbs? I never understood this when a friend, who is carb counting but not calorie counting, tells me that liquor is ok for him. What's the science on this? Report

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