Exactly what a Serving of Alcohol Appears Like Infographic


MyDrinkaware What is a unit of alcohol?

Video taken from the channel: Drinkaware.co.uk


How Much is One Serving of Alcohol?

Video taken from the channel: geobeats


Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

Video taken from the channel: TED-Ed


People Try Alcohol For The First Time

Video taken from the channel: Facts.


Behavioral Health Services for People Who Are Homeless

Video taken from the channel: AllCEUs Counseling Education


Alcohol effects on brain and body

Video taken from the channel: Tech Insider


What a Serving of Alcohol Looks Like

Video taken from the channel: Laugh Everywhere

Quick, what does one serving of your favorite drink look like? It’s not as easy to quantify as we think, and chances are you’re probably putting more calories in your body than you realize. On average, it takes about an hour for the body to metabolize one standard drink as defined by U.S. guidelines: 12 ounces of 5% beer, 5 ounces of 12%. In order to lose weight and keep it off, you will need to watch you eat and exercise often. Many of us tend to overeat without realizing it.

This infographic from Alli covers what one serving size looks like:�� KnownHost: super reliable Dedicated, VPS, Cloud & Shared hosting for blogs, online communities &. Excessive Alcohol Use: a Drain on the American Economy. 9 Out of 10 Excessive Drinkers Are Not Alcohol Dependent. 17 Billion Total Binge Drinks by US Adults Annually. Alcohol Poisoning Deaths.

About 38 Million Adults in the US Drink Too Much. Page last reviewed: December 30, 2019. Underage drinking: Any alcohol use by those under age 21.

Heavy drinking: For women, heavy drinking is 8 drinks or more per week. For men, heavy drinking is 15 drinks or more per week. Pregnant drinking: Any alcohol use by pregnant women. What is considered a “drink”? U.S. standard drink sizes: 12 ounces of 5% ABV beer; 8 ounces of 7% ABV. December 12, 2017 | This infographic of the NIH’s 2017 Monitoring the Future survey highlights drug use trends among the Nation’s youth for marijuana, alcohol, cigarettes, e-cigarettes (e-vaporizers), and prescription opioids.

This serving size of wine contains about the same amount of alcohol as a 12-ounce regular beer or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof spirits. Get to know what 5 ounces looks like by measuring it out at home. That way you can estimate how many standard drinks you’re being served in a restaurant or bar that uses large glasses and generous serving sizes. An alcohol overdose occurs when there is so much alcohol in the bloodstream that areas of the brain controlling basic life-support functions—such as breathing, heart rate, and temperature control—begin to shut down.

Symptoms of alcohol overdose include mental confusion, difficulty remaining conscious, vomiting, seizure, trouble breathing, slow heart rate, clammy skin, dulled responses such. A serving size is a recommended standard measurement of food. A portion is how much food you eat, which could consist of multiple servings.

Visually comparing a serving size to an everyday object you have at home, such as a baseball or a shot glass, can be helpful in identifying what a serving size looks like without carting around a scale and. For more infographic font tips and best practices, check out our guide all about choosing infographic fonts. Use images, icons, and illustrations to make key takeaways memorable. Last but certainly not least, make sure that the focus of your infographic is on visuals like images, symbols, icons, illustrations, and charts.

**Fruit and vegetable juices can be part of a healthy diet. One serving of 100 percent juice can fulfill one of your recommended daily servings or fruits and vegetables, but watch for calories and added sugars or sodium. Choose 100 percent juice (or 100 juice and water) instead of sweetened juice or juice drinks.

List of related literature:

This corresponds to a 12-ounce container of beer (5 percent alcohol by volume), a 6-ounce glass of wine (10 percent alcohol by volume), or a 1.5-ounce shot of spirits (80 proof; 40 percent alcohol by volume).

“The U.S. Brewing Industry: Data and Economic Analysis” by Victor J. Tremblay, Victor J.. Tremblay, Carol Horton Tremblay, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. MIT
from The U.S. Brewing Industry: Data and Economic Analysis
by Victor J. Tremblay, Victor J.. Tremblay, et. al.
MIT Press, 2005

Direction: Study the pie-charts carefully to Answer the Questions that follow:PIE CHART I: It shows the percentage distribution of alcohol out of total alcohol in five wines.

“IBPS PO 2020 | Complete Kit | 20 Mock Tests for Prelims & Mains + Sectional Tests” by Rohit Manglik
from IBPS PO 2020 | Complete Kit | 20 Mock Tests for Prelims & Mains + Sectional Tests
by Rohit Manglik
EduGorilla, 2020

For each beverage image a small glass graphic was positioned to identify the exact quantity of liquid or standard drinks that particular item contained.

“Nursing and Midwifery Research: Methods and Appraisal for Evidence Based Practice” by Zevia Schneider, Dean Whitehead, Geri Lobiondo-Wood, PhD RN Faan, Judith Haber, PhD RN Faan
from Nursing and Midwifery Research: Methods and Appraisal for Evidence Based Practice
by Zevia Schneider, Dean Whitehead, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

• 77%: labels on products showing the alcohol content.

“Business Ethics: A Stakeholder and Issues Management Approach” by Joseph W. Weiss
from Business Ethics: A Stakeholder and Issues Management Approach
by Joseph W. Weiss
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2014

In other words, for some diseases, the graph relating alcohol intake to morbidity has a J shape with the nadir corresponding to moderate alcohol consumption.

“Beer in Health and Disease Prevention” by Victor R. Preedy
from Beer in Health and Disease Prevention
by Victor R. Preedy
Elsevier Science, 2011

The OIV table encompasses a range from 0 to 40 C and 0 to 30% alcohol, as represented in the inset graph.

“A Complete Guide to Quality in Small-Scale Wine Making” by John Anthony Considine, Elizabeth Frankish
from A Complete Guide to Quality in Small-Scale Wine Making
by John Anthony Considine, Elizabeth Frankish
Elsevier Science, 2013

Table 1 shows the caloric contents of selected alcoholic beverages.

“Nutritional Sciences: From Fundamentals to Food” by Michelle McGuire, Kathy A. Beerman
from Nutritional Sciences: From Fundamentals to Food
by Michelle McGuire, Kathy A. Beerman
Cengage Learning, 2012

Table A. 1 shows estimated per capita consumption of each of the three major categories of beverages containing alcohol, and Table A.2 shows it for absolute alcohol, aggregating beer, wine, and spirits.

“International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture” by Dwight B. Heath
from International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture
by Dwight B. Heath
Greenwood Press, 1995

Some places around the world also identify alcohol content in units.

“The SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol: Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives” by Scott C. Martin
from The SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol: Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives
by Scott C. Martin
SAGE Publications, 2014

Table 3.3 shows changes in quantity of alcohol consumed over the course of the five years with answers grouped together into ranges of standard alcohol units.

“Illegal Leisure: The Normalization of Adolescent Recreational Drug Use” by Howard J. Parker, Howard Parker, Judith Aldridge, Fiona Measham
from Illegal Leisure: The Normalization of Adolescent Recreational Drug Use
by Howard J. Parker, Howard Parker, et. al.
Routledge, 1998

Alexia Lewis RD

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Heath Coach who believes life is better with science, humor, and beautiful, delicious, healthy food.

[email protected]

View all posts


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • I recently started a petition to put warning labels on alcohol because I first lost my dad and now my 39 year old brother due to alcohol related health issues!! Please please sign and share this petition to help me get the word out there! We need to protect Americans not keep them in bondage!


  • Alcohol is a drug for stupid people.

    If you are intelligent you smoke weed or take shrooms..

    Only absolute retards drink a poison.. lmao.

  • It also dehydrates you, causes weight gain, and it interferes with the synthesis of protein, therefore slowing muscle recovery. Because I have to keep in proper shape for the Marine Corps, these are the 3 main reasons I don’t drink alcohol. This video lists a whole bunch of other reasons. Also, I’m a gun collector, and mixing alcohol and firearms is a bad combination.

  • Thankfully our planet grows fungal compounds which spark neurogenesis. This pandemic is a glorious time for us to re-prioritize as a species. If we are to create real, long-lasting, existential change, it is time to decriminalize nature now. It is paramount we have a massive paradigm shift in consciousness. Help your local communities gain full autonomy of consciousness through the use of entheogenic plants. We can do this. https://www.decriminalizenature.org/

  • My mum Always used to told me that when ever u put on hand sanitizer all of the germs are gone but they are still dead in ur hands so I rather Recommend u to always wash ur hands instead of hand sanitizer because Soap and H2O aka water get rid of all of Dem germs but if u want to pit hand sanitizer on ur hands just still Don’t yours eyes nose ears mouth and important bits that are on ur face

    a little fact: when u put on hand sanitizer all of the germs go away in 30 seconds:>

  • Quit drinking alcohol cause your life will be the end! Celebrities,Fans, others people around the world,You have to Breakup with someone you know in this relationship and move on to your life! Always Keep yourself away from your drugs plus x’s who drunked and go to chruch and praise Jesus your one and only god!

  • one of the most useless videos ive ever watched
    …even my 12 year old bro knows this shit, i wanted a deeper less caricaturistic insight

  • 2 years no drinks never felt better. this video was really good. it also destroys relationships and in the five years i was drinking i accomplished absolutely nothing but wasting time and getting behind in life.

  • My father is a substance abuser of nicotine alcohol tobacco. Every day he cant stop any of those. He is suiciding himself eith these toxic substamces (abuse) and proclaims its better that he dies when hes drunk. Ive intervened so many times he just ignores me. Such a shame that a human cant gollow through with what good for him..

  • My father is drinking since 2000…And he is addicted I mean complete dependent on that…He don’t listen to anyone and shouts at my mom..Alcohol destroyed my fathers life and mine too…sometimes I feel like ending my life..I don’t wanna suffer more..I AM 16 year old boy who has seen his father drinking since he was 6…


  • Alcohol is a terrible drug. My mother is an addict and ever since she started drinking alcohol excessively her personality has changed a lot and she’s not the same anymore. Nevertheless, she does not recognize that she has a severe probleme and does not want to do a therapy. It’s so sad to see her this way.

  • I never like it when people use the argument of “I’m having just as much fun as you.”
    Like, you don’t know that. You literally just tried alcohol for the first time.

  • I’m 13 almost 14 and I made a big mistake I filled a big cup up to half way with Bacardi vodka and liquor from my family liquor cabinet and the other half was ice tea I chugged the whole cup and mind you this was a TALL glass a I threw up and passed out and got in a shit ton of trouble cuz my dad has a breathalyzer and saw something was up and made me use it and I was fucking wasted and yesterday I had to deal with the hangover fuck me never again…maybe

  • The fact is, alcohol is very bad for you health.

    And no, you can’t compare alcohol to water and say “drinking excess water is also harmful”

    Alcohol is harmful even if you drink little.

    Plus, you will most likely get addicted and drink more and more. What will you do when you reach that point? “Large amounts of alcohol isn’t really that bad”?

    Therefore, I conclude, alcohol is harmful to the health and must be avoided.

  • More People USE alcohol than all other drugs combined so…
    But yeah alcohol is bad for health, but if you use heroine for 10 years vs alcohol for 10 years, heroine user is More damaged

  • This was great, thanks, I’ve been looking for “how drinks affect your body” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried Baanubrey Illustrious Breakthrough (just google it )?

    It is a great one of a kind guide for discovering how to quit drinking without the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my co-worker got amazing success with it.

  • Someone: i use hand sanitizer cause its more effective

    My friend: ha! Soap is much effective than that thing

    Someone: that’s hilarious
    Ask your friend over there on what’s more effective

    Friend: hey! What’s more effective
    Soap Or hand sanitizer?

    Me: i dunno
    I use dish soap

  • I’m an alcoholic, I drink quite often. Never to the point of complete black out drunk, or unable to stand drunk. I hit my comfort point, then just maintain. Suppose I’m lucky in that regard, I have a friend who is so bad with the drinking, that he took an ambulance ride to the hospital cause he just tried standing, and fell face first into a lawn chair. Split his head open. I’ve been trying for so long to get sober, but alcohol is a powerful thing. The will power almost becomes non-existent.

  • Nice video content! Apologies for the intrusion, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Saankramer Life Card System (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a good one off guide for learning how to stop drinking minus the normal expense. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my work colleague at very last got cool results with it.

  • Please make a video about how different type of alcohol effect on our body,i couldn’t find side effects of rum, tequila,Gin, cognac,brandy, whiskey,vodka,wine,beer etc..in you tube you’ll find many video about the health benefits but not side effects only 2 video but they are more about the whole class not a particular one.

  • what do you think will Americans do? check out what is ongoing now in other countries. https://www.bitchute.com/video/49rAlzU7WlY/

  • I would totally sell a gram for 50 bucks to that guy �� but still yall gotta chill out on his voice lmao ���� im starting to feel bad ����

  • As a military member I can’t help but laugh at their reactions to alcohol and know I could chug all of those drinks one after another lol

  • Ehm that’s abusing of alcohol, if you drink like a camel then yes you are fuc**d, if u drink 2 3 beers a week it’s OK, DO NOT ABUSE AND DRINK TOO MUCH

  • I try to stop but I get hallucinations. Doctor said I’ll be 40 when my liver fails if I keep drinking the way I do, but I don’t see myself making it past 30.

  • Finally, a presentation most relevant to me! I’m probably your only homeless fan, but I’ve been watching since before I left my abuser to become homeless.

  • Ok guys, we need to stop. At home use soap, outside use sanitizer same with use a desktop at home, and outside a laptop. Lets stop the wars

  • i’ve always had a very sensitive taste…and so alcohol never worked for me. only time i ever drank it was a couple of times accidentally. i have no issue with others drinking though…so long as they are responsible. but i get what these three mean…the bitter taste and everything…ugh

  • Just wonderful, I have been researching “healthy bulking meals” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Senictoria Bulking Paradise (just google it )? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my partner got cool results with it.

  • I just can’t understand those people!
    CIDER: Disgusting
    BEER: Disgusting
    WINE: Disgusting
    FUCKING ALCOPOP (got to search what that means): Delicious!

  • and then people say thc is bad for you, well it doesnt do shit to your liver and brain and you defiently wont die in an accident when you dont have control of your body like alcohol

  • People should know by now that Alcohol and smoking Cigarettes is so much more dangerous than People should know by now that Alcohol and smoking Cigarettes is so much more dangerous than Marijuana. Alcohol and Cigarettes causes much more harm. Alcohol and Cigarettes causes much more harm. If you use Marijuana responsible, you will be fine. An estimated 88,000 people die from alcohol-related causes annually. In addition to causing health issues such as cancer, liver damage, hypertension, heart disease, and fetal damage, alcohol abuse increases the risk of injuries, suicide, violence, and motor accidents. Due to these factors, excessive alcohol consumption is the third-leading cause of death in the United States. Smoking Cigarettes causes an estimated 71% of lung cancers. Alcohol is more addictive than Marijuana. Their is a reason why people joke about drunk people start to fight, while high people start a band.

  • Let’s be honest, there is no difference in getting used to drinking alcohol or coffee for taste wise. Imagine giving a coffee virgin a bold black cup of coffee. The answers would be the same.

  • Check out this article on alcohol use. https://healthylivingforyourself.blogspot.com/2016/12/bringing-in-new-year-as-new-years-eve.html?m=1

  • I’m watching this while drinking water after accidentally drinking spoiled grape juice and wondering if that’s how alcohol would taste like..

  • Anyone can tell me what would happen if i overly wash my hand with soap or sanitizer? Like side effects or something. I’m curious.

  • Alhamdulillah I am a muslim, which in my religion it is prohibited to drink alcohol and anything that may causes in losing consciousness

  • I would suggest you read the books titled
    ‘Virus Mania’ by Torsten Engelbrecht and Claus Köhnlein and
    ‘What Really Makes You Ill’ by Dawn Lester & David Parker.
    these 2 books cover microbes, pathogens, viruses, fungi, vaccines, bacteria, pandemics and germ theory.
    You will learn something quite important that they do not teach the future doctors in medical schools.

  • Hello! My name is Anne, and I work for QUEST for Education and Arts. We are an education forward non-profit community center aiming to empower students to take charge of their learning through custom tailored education. I am contacting you regarding the video you posted “Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson”. At QUEST, we strive to support students in their educational journeys, and are currently building STEAM kits to do so. The purpose of these kits is to get disadvantaged children excited about learning, and your material would assist us in that venture. The kits themselves will be distributed for a small fee, to insure that they are affordable for the families. Since your material is copyrighted, it is important we request permission to use your exceptional material in our kits. If you will grant permission for use, we will be diligent in crediting the material along with a link to your video. Would you be willing to grant us permission to use your copyrighted material and help us to support learning in the STEAM fields?

  • Basically, in a nutshell:
    Covid 19: A strong castle with many minions and powerful raiders that try to infect the Human Body Kingdom.
    Rhinovirus: An fortress extremely resistant to damage by attacking because it has very few weak spots that take time to get rid of which is still vulnerable to bodyquakes.
    HIV: An extremely powerful and defenseful castle with many minions that can’t be destroyed which kills the number one important cell; Helper T Cell.
    Soap: Raiders that try to get into Virus/Bacteria Castles by attacking the minions extremely rapidly.
    Water: A sidekick that get rid of remaining intruders.
    H Sanitizer: A harmless nuke that causes the ground to shake so violently it destroys the castle in a few moments.
    You: A very complex kingdom with many castles, soldiers, villages, cities, and everything you can imagine from a war timeline.

  • All thanks to Dr.Eveoko for bringing back my life. I was cured from HIV virus with the herbal medicine Dr.Eveoko sent to me. I got to know about Dr.Eveoko through a friend that was also cured from Diabetics after taking Dr.Eveoko herbal medicine. Dr.Eveoko herbal medicine work very fast without any side effect. I recommend Dr.Eveoko to everyone suffering from HIV virus or any type of disease, His medicine will cure you 100% completely. You can contact him via email: [email protected] gmail.com, Or for more info contact  [email protected] gmail.com..

  • It’s sad that these kind videos have to be made
    Alcohol damage on health is a universal fact
    Why do you think Abrahamic religions prohibits it? For fun?

  • I’m trying to go without alcohol. For the past 2 years or so when I was 16-17 I been using alcohol (I paid my older friends to buy me it) to cope with my mental health issues from past things I been through and present and everything else cause, as well as get drunk with friends to forget about things. I’m 18 now I struggled to graduate this year I almost failed because it’s not unusual for me to fail classes, I’m a dumb student I always have been, and 2020 has been rough, but… anyways, — it’s been three months so far since I drank and I will go longer without it. I will try my best�� my goal is to stay away from alcohol for good. I don’t want to ruin my health and body even more then it already is because I know I’m going to die soon. yeah i already know. I wish I could have been smarter and stronger those past years but I’m very weak I find in every situation

  • Prime fact: This is not the way to drink alcohol. If you trying for the first time, have an open mind and show some love. Feel the flavour by slowly sipping.

  • His voice is my fav and also he is funny.

    Another thing guys: If you don’t have sanatizer or soap order it from: https://www.amazon.es/Anian-Hidro-Alcoh%C3%B3lico-Gel-Manos-500/dp/B00XDWGS30/ref=sr_1_15?_mk_es_ES=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&dchild=1&keywords=sanitizer&qid=1595014494&sr=8-15 for sanatizer and https://www.amazon.es/lavanda-redondo-Handgemachte-Italianos-FIOREN/dp/B01HK3FBWQ/ref=sr_1_27_sspa?_mk_es_ES=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&dchild=1&keywords=soap&qid=1595230294&sr=8-27-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUE4Q09IOTE2WE1ZTVkmZW5jcnlwdGVkSWQ9QTAxNTA3MzUxUkZLR0VEQUZIMkRGJmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTA3MDE5NDhDSEZXNFNKNklWWEUmd2lkZ2V0TmFtZT1zcF9tdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl for soap.

    Write down below or like this comment if it helped you.

    Regards Anne trying to save people.
    PS: I AM ONLY 10!!!!

  • I think both of them is stronger but the answer in the vidio is hand sanitizer but you acs plained it so well untill I understood.And the strongest one is hand sanitizer!Thank you for the vidio.

  • Totally useless to me. As a senior citizen, I need to know the maximum amount of 40% or 80% alcohol I can safely drink per day to avoid damage to my liver. Years ago, I had calculated that a senior citizen could safely drink two shot glass of 40% liquor per day but I’m going by memory and want to confirm the above amount but this video provided vague non-practical info for my purposes.

  • The standard drink of alcohol is defined as 0.60 oz of pure alcohol per serving.
    The average restaurant/bar wine pour is 6 oz, or 5 oz @12-13% alcohol. 6×13=0.78 oz of alcohol. 5×12=0.60 oz
    The average bar pour for beer is 12, 16 or 20oz at 4.2% (light beer), 5.0% (regular beer), and 6.5% (IPA) alcohol. 16×4.2=0.67oz, 16×6.5=1.04oz
    The average bar pour for liquor is 1.25-1.5oz at 40-45% alcohol. 1.5×40= 0.60oz