Many of us like to partake in a few celebratory drinks to ring in the New Year, but hate the idea of spending New Year's Day nursing a hangover. According to a recent study released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. adult population consumes on average about 100 calories from alcohol per day. Though it can be particularly challenging to abstain from alcohol during the holidays, what better way to start out the New Year than keeping off those unwanted pounds. It all adds up! These mocktails are perfect for those who are pregnant this holiday season, yet still want to partake in bubbly.
Who doesn’t love a refreshing mojito or sweet wine cooler on a hot summer’s night? Typical drinks like these can be sometimes be 250 calories per drink and loaded with empty calories and sugar. Just think, after 4 of these drinks you have consumed an additional 1,000 calories. Check out these tips and low-calorie drink options that will help you keep your beverage calorie count under control!
I am very excited to say that this month, like millions of other folks, I am headed off to a warm locale. My plan for spring break involves a bathing suit, a good beach read, and my fair share of fruity cocktails. And as much as I love indulging on vacation, the empty calories in those cocktails can put a real hitch in my wellness journey. Here are a few of my favorite low-cal cocktails so we can all enjoy, without packing in the calories. Happy spring break!
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