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Alcohol Guide

One glass of wine or light beer with dinner is acceptable, but don't abuse it, AND don’t forget to log it.

The calories count so log them. They add up quickly, especially the tipsier you get. Plan ahead and make your decisions BEFORE you start pouring. The calories count so log them. They add up quickly, especially the tipsier you get. Plan ahead and make your decisions BEFORE you start pouring.
Take time at home and get acquainted with what an OUNCE or a SHOT looks like. One shot of clear liquor is about 100 calories. There is no sugar in vodka, tequila, white rum, or gin.
Adding clear liquor to sparkling water or a sugar-free mixer is the best choice for a beverage. Two shots of vodka with a non-calorie mixer is a 250 drink that can be split into several drinks.
One glass of wine is 5 ounces. This is about 120 calories. You can enjoy 8 ounces in your day as long as you have the calories in your budget.
Space your drinks with water so you are not drinking your beverages too fast.
Never refill your glass until it is empty so that you don’t lose track of your intake.

One glass of wine or light beer with dinner is acceptable, but don't abuse it, AND don’t forget to log it.

The calories count so log them. They add up quickly, especially the tipsier you get. Plan ahead and make your decisions BEFORE you start pouring. The calories count so log them. They add up quickly, especially the tipsier you get. Plan ahead and make your decisions BEFORE you start pouring.
Take time at home and get acquainted with what an OUNCE or a SHOT looks like. One shot of clear liquor is about 100 calories. There is no sugar in vodka, tequila, white rum, or gin.
Adding clear liquor to sparkling water or a sugar-free mixer is the best choice for a beverage. Two shots of vodka with a non-calorie mixer is a 250 drink that can be split into several drinks.
One glass of wine is 5 ounces. This is about 120 calories. You can enjoy 8 ounces in your day as long as you have the calories in your budget.
Space your drinks with water so you are not drinking your beverages too fast.
Never refill your glass until it is empty so that you don’t lose track of your intake.

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