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What to Drink Instead of Alcohol (If You’re Trying to Lose Weight)

What to Drink Instead of Alcohol

We’ve talked a lot about the powerful role alcohol plays in your weight loss journey.


One of the easiest ways to supercharge your weight loss is to start swapping alcoholic drinks for low calorie non-alcoholic ones. Thankfully, it’s never been easier to enjoy delicious adult beverages that skip the booze and the empty calories.


Not sure where to start? Here are some options to get you going:


Non-Alcoholic Wine

A typical glass of red wine can be upwards of 160 calories per glass. But a glass of YOURS Non-Alcoholic California Red Blend is just 10 calories per glass. Full bodied, lush, and dripping with the bold flavors you love, this is an easy way to get that red wine fix without the calories or guilt.


Non-Alcoholic Beers

If you’re a beer drinker, you’re in luck – the non-alcoholic beer scene has absolutely exploded in recent years. Meaning there is no shortage of amazing, reduced calorie no alcohol options available, no matter what style of beer you love.


Here are some guides to get you started:

21 Best Non-Alcoholic Beers

6 Best Non-Alcoholic IPAs

Review: Ceria Non-Alcoholic Beer

Review: Athletic Non-Alcoholic Beer


Non-Alcoholic Cocktails

Another segment of the market that’s been exploding is non-alcoholic spirits. Nearly every spirit you love now comes in a low-calorie non-alcoholic version, making it easy to keep those evening and weekend cocktails part of your weight loss routine.


Here are some non-alcoholic cocktail options for you to explore:

Spiritless Kentucky 74 Bourbon Old Fashioned Recipe

Non-Alcoholic Aperol Spritz Recipe

Non-Alcoholic Virgin Mojito Recipe

Review: Ritual Zero Proof Non-Alcoholic Alternatives



There’s no shortage of delicious swaps you can make when you’re looking to reduce or eliminate your alcohol intake. Before long you won’t even miss the booze. So, what are you waiting for? Start exploring!





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