A single night's drink might ruin your weight loss or calorie count objectives. First come headaches, then overeating and mood changes. In addition, high-calorie alcohol might interrupt your usual calorie intake.
The coach stated that he does not advocate drinking, but social drinkers should limit themselves to 1-2 drinks. All alcohol has calories, so drink moderately to avoid regret. Alcohol abuse hinders weight reduction and causes health problems.
Alcohol, he said, has a lot of empty calories already. The calorie count skyrockets when you combine the drink with another beverage (cocktails) or any soft drink.
If you're watching your calorie intake, it's advisable to stick to hard liquor or to dilute your drink with water or diet Coke. When compared to softer beverages like beer and wine, the calories in hard liquors like whiskey, gin, and tequila are significantly lower.
substitute protein or vegetables for complex carbohydrates like fries, chips, rice, or pasta in your drink. Complex carbohydrates are abundant in calories and increase blood sugar quickly. Healthy protein and veggies control blood sugar. When consuming calorie-rich alcohol, eat to balance it.
Finally, he recommends going without food between the time of your final meal and the time of your first meal the following morning. Fasting is a useful tool for weight management since it helps the body get rid of excess fat and toxins.
After your period of fasting, the first meal of the next day should be high in protein and fat to aid in the recovery from alcohol's negative effects. Further, stay away from the morning complex carbohydrate.