Many beer drinkers suffer from excess weight. Hence came the myth that beer has a high calorie and it much better. In fact, the situation is more complicated and requires clarification. With the right approach obesity puamana not threatened.
The cause of extra pounds is not the beer itself, and the products (crisps, nuts, sausage, etc.) that are eaten along with it. The caloric content of beer is little different from most other foods that are considered harmless for our character.
The caloric content of alcohol is proportional to its strength. The higher the degree, the greater the energy value. Beer is a low alcohol drink, so the amount of calories in it is minimal.
The calorie content of beer ranges from 29 to 53 Kcal per 100 grams of the drink. The large variation caused by different strength and differences in the production technology. Light beer is less caloric than dark ones. In any case, the daily diet is very small amount of calories.
For example, one liter of beer is the caloric equal of a small chocolate bar or a liter of Cola. And the energy value of the bottles of 0.5 liters can be compared with the 50 grams of ice cream. The calorie content of a hamburger and fries equal to 3 liters of beer.
Among all alcoholic beverages beer is the least nutritious, as it has a minimal fortress. Even the wine has an energy value is 2-3 times higher. Delete beer from your diet due to its caloric value makes no sense (of course, if you use it sparingly).
Interestingly, even nonalcoholic beer has a certain number of calories. Calorie non-alcoholic beer in an average of 33 Kcal, which is very little.
If you want to burn the gain calories obtained from one bottle of beer with a volume of 0.5 liters, then you can 23 minutes to Cycling at a speed of 20 km/h or to run for 13 minutes, developing a speed of 14 km/h.
Among all alcoholic beverages beer is the lowest calorie
In conclusion, once again: weight is typed in, not from the calories, from snacks to beer, eaten with him. If you want to lose weight, then first advised to give up chips, salted nuts, fish and other products, combined with beer.