How to drink beer and still be fit?

  • How to drink beer and still be fit?

    Posted by Rajkumar Neelappa on April 5, 2022 at 2:05 am

    How to drink beer and still be fit?

    Beer is definitely not the healthiest drink in the world, but if consumed in moderation it can still be enjoyed without harming your fitness goals. Here are a few tips for drinking beer and staying fit:

    1. Avoid drinking beer on an empty stomach. Eating something before you have a beer will help to slow down the absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream, and will minimize the negative effects on your fitness goals.

    2. Alternate alcoholic drinks with water or other non-alcoholic drinks. This will help to keep you hydrated and minimize the damage that alcohol can do to your body.

    3. Stick to light beers if you’re watching your calorie intake. Heavier beers contain more calories, which can sabotage your diet and fitness progress.

    4. Drink responsibly. Remember that it’s important to drink in moderation and not to overindulge, especially if you’re trying to stay fit. Excessive drinking can have negative consequences for your health and your fitness goals.

    Impact of Beer on the Weight Loss

    A can of beer contains an average of 150-170 kcal, while a pint contains around 300 kcal. If you are on a weight loss program, then it is best to avoid beer as much as possible. However, if you cannot resist the temptation then go for light beers with low calorie content. Budweiser Select 55 has just 55 calories in a 12 oz serving, so it will not sabotage your weight loss goals.

    But even if you are not on a weight loss program, drinking beer in moderation will not have any negative impact on your physique provided you follow the tips given above.

    So, if you want to enjoy a cold beer without feeling guilty, just follow these simple tips!

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