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[Infographic] Drinking on a Diet: How Much is Too Much?
Everyone likes to have a drink now and then, but when you’re on any diet, how much is too much?
It’s important to remember to moderate yourself when drinking on diet because it can have an impact on your diet.
Here are some diet busting drinks to avoid and some diet tips to remember.
How Much Should I Be Drinking on a Diet?
Drinks can be diet busters. Ice water is free, but fancy mixed drinks have lots of empty calories, and the alcohol can dull your reasoning and inhibitions.Because alcohol can contribute significant amounts of calories, limiting your intake to 150 calories’ worth is a good idea.The following portions of alcohol each contain 150 calories or less:
5 ounces of wine
1.5 ounces of liquor
12 ounces of light beer
Diet Tips for Drinking on Your Diet
Follow these diet tips for consuming alcohol on your diet when you go out to eat.
1) Order by the Glass
Many people find it helpful to order wine by the glass rather than the bottle, so that they can better control and monitor their intake.
2) Decide Ahead of Time When You Want Your Drink
You can decide ahead of time at which point in the meal your beverage would be most satisfying. For example, you may want to save your glass of wine for your entrée and sip water while you wait for your meal.
3) Eat Something Before You Drink
Holding off on alcohol until a later course also helps to decrease alcohol’s effect on your inhibitions. If you drink alcohol on an empty stomach, it can relax you to the point that you lose sight of your game plan.DOWNLOAD THE INFOGRAPHIC HERE
Setting a personal limit and planning when to enjoy your beverage should help you stick with your goals.Thank you for reading my blog on drinking while dieting. For more weight loss tips get my FREE BOOK 7 SIMPLE WAYS TO LOSE WEIGHT NOW.Please share this with your friends and click the button below to download my e-book.