We are already heading into the second week of December so the holiday party circuit is in full swing. I’ve created a series of 6 videos to help you enjoy the holidays and avoid the typical holiday weight gain. The first three video tips have been posted on my blog. In case you’ve missed them here is a brief recap.
I want to expand on video tip #3. Holiday beverages can be a real land mine as I mentioned in the video but I thought you might be interested in finding out what’s in your favourite holiday drink. Some might say that ignorance is bliss but tight jeans are definitely not blissful. Let’s go with the famous saying, “Knowledge is Power.” You decide what you want to splurge on and I encourage you to make it count. Enjoy the party and skip the hang-over.
Vodka Soda (1.5 oz.) – 95 calories
Wine (5 oz.) – 120 calories
Beer (12 oz.) – 150 calories
Hot Cocoa (8 oz.) – 176 calories
Eggnog (8 oz.) – 340 calories
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