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“In my opinion, light beer is not the equivalent of diet soda,” says Bri Bell, registered dietitian and founder of Frugal Minimalist Kitchen. “Light beer has the same ingredients as regular beer, but fewer calories. Diet soda has different ingredients compared to regular soda and zero calories.”. I know beer and liquor/diet soda’s are both a no no.. Which which is the lesser of the two evils. By light beer I mean bud light, bud light lime, corona light, ect And by liquor with diet soda I mean a full 1.5 oz shot and any diet soda combo.
Lets compare both. 1. Calories: Coke and beer have similar number of calories for the same quantity. Not much difference there. 2. Nutrition: Coke has absolutely no nutritional benefit. It has lots of sugar and higher sodium content than beer.
B. Her mother-in-law was making snide remarks about drinking alcohol every night, while drinking upwards of 8-10 diet sodas a day. Knowing that diet sodas give me severe headaches, halitosis and fatigue — and yes, I still drink them, but just 1-2 a week, I wondered what a nutritionist would say about the nutrition values of a beer vs. a diet soda. Drink This, Not That on the Keto Diet: Light Beers Bud Light. Bud Light is one of the most popular beers in America.
However, it shouldn’t be if you’re on a ketogenic diet. Bud Light has a surprising 7 net carbs per 12 oz beer! We couldn’t believe it either. It has more than some tasty craft beers. Soda.
Robert Lustig gave a talk that touched on many things about sugar, but had a particular relevant point at 1:20:00 in this video. In it, he claims that calories reaching the liver are equivalent for soda and beer; so at least by that measur. I drank nothing but soda from when I was a child up until I was 22. I was not obese, but definitely rotund and over-weight. When I decided to completely cut sodas from my diet and replace them with water, I lost 30 pounds within a 90 day period.
Paired with a decent, but not completely strict diet and some exercise, I was able to keep the. Beer on the other hand starts at 150 calories and goes up from there, although there are some light beers that start around 80 calories. They typically have very little flavor though.”. Although we’re familiar with the ill effects of artificial sweeteners, a 2018 study recently shed light on the frightening link between zero-calorie artificial sweeteners to diabetes and obesity.
And to make matters worse, another study revealed that daily diet soda drinkers grow about two-and-a-half more inches of belly fat each decade than those who don’t drink the stuff. Diet 7Up and Sprite Zero (tied): Both contain aspartame and acesulfame K, but Hunnes says that these two light-colored sodas contain “the fewest number of questionable ingredients.” That’s because they don’t contain caffeine or artificial coloring. 3. Coke Zero and Diet Coke (tied): These both contain aspartame, acesulfame K and caramel.
List of related literature:
|from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set|
|from Food Science|
|from On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen|
|from Beer in Health and Disease Prevention|
|from How to Change Your Drinking: A Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol|
|from Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology|
|from Power Eating-4th Edition|
|from Yeast technology|
|from The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health|
|from Keto Diet For Dummies|