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None. Alcohol contains calories, but drinking alcohol doesn't lead to weight gain, according to extensive medical research, and many studies report a small reduction in weight for women who drink.

The reason that alcohol doesn't increase weight is unclear, but research suggests that alcohol energy is not efficiently used. Alcohol also appears to increase metabolic rate significantly, thus causing more calories to be burned rather than stored in the body as fat. Other research has found consumption of sugar to decrease as consumption of alcohol increases.

Whatever the reasons, the consumption of alcohol is not associated with weight gain and is often associated with weight loss in women. The medical evidence of this is based on a large number of studies of thousands of people around the world. Some of these studies are very large; one involved nearly 80,000 and another included 140,000 subjects.

Alcohol beverages contain no fat, no cholesterol, and very little sodium. Of course, the nutritional value of different alcohol beverages varies.

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I am not 100% positive but I believe Miller's Genuine Draft 64 would be the one with the least amount of calories. One bottle contains 64 calories. Budweiser Select is also a good, one that still tastes good with a low calorie count.

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Several internet resources list Bourbon (60-65 calories per oz.) and Vodka (60 calories per oz.) as the two liquors with the lowest calories.


Vodka and Bourbon.

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Low-alcohol and/or light beers have the least calories. They reduce the calories by reducing the alcohol content.

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The alcohol beverage with the fewest calories per serving is liquor (distilled spirits).

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Its whiskey but the real low calorie spirit is desi daru which can be found in Northern India.

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11y ago

Whisky is the worst

Wine is Neutral

and Beer is the Drink with the least amount of alcohol.

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beer Miclo ultra

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Vodka 1oz with a zero calorie mixer.

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