Love alcohol? Know how much calories you consume every time you drink a glass

Party season can wreak havoc on your health. It can not only leave you with a problematic liver but also cause obesity. Here's the calorie count of various alcohols

Party season has officially begun. And it’s time to take out that gorgeous dress which you bought from your favourite store, put on your dancing shoes and get the party started! The good thing about the festive season is that you get to party hard with your friends and family, however, the downside is the endless rounds of alcohol wreak havoc on your health. And in case you had too much to drink for too long, it can not only leave you with a problematic liver but also reverse the impact of your months of hard work by increasing your calorie intake (we believe you never saw that coming, right?).

But don’t worry folks. You can limit your calorie intake while partying hard. All you need to do is be a bit careful while ordering your drink. Take a look at the number of calories in each alcoholic drink:


Beer, alcohol

Beer (Photo: Dreamstime)

Ever heard of the term ‘beer belly’? Well, drinking too much beer can give you a big belly thanks to the number of calories it has. In case you wake up one day only to notice that you have gained weight, don’t be surprised!

Distilled Spirits

Vodka, alcohol

Vodka (Photo: Dreamstime)

While distilled spirits like vodka, whiskey, and tequila won’t give you a beer belly, they sure are loaded with calories. And we all know once the party begins, one glass ain’t enough!

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Brandy, alcohol

Brandy (Photo: Dreamstime)

Admittedly, brandy is good for treating the common cold. However, having too much can prove to be disastrous for your health. So, when you do order this drink, do not forget the calorie count.

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Red Wine, alcohol

Red Wine (Photo: Dreamstime)

Wines come with numerous health benefits. They are good for your heart and they help in preventing memory loss. But do you know they are rich in calories as well? To put it simply, more wine means more calories.

White Wine, alcohol

White Wine (Photo: Dreamstime)

In case you were wondering champagne was any better, check this out:

Champagne, alcohol

Champagne (Photo: Dreamstime)

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