, 2022-12-24 05:40:06,
It’s that time of the year again when the festival mood is at its peak. Christmas celebrations and New Year parties offer a wide selection of delicious treats and alcoholic concoctions that anyone would find hard to resist.
But, don’t let the tortuous mornings with the dreadful hangover and an increased waistline stem your New Year resolutions.
Average wine drinkers consume more than 2,000 extra calories each month, or the equivalent of 141 ice cream cones per year. Additionally, abusing alcohol causes binge eating. People are often careless about what and how much they eat while consuming alcohol. Additionally, those who have a hangover after a night of drinking, postpone their plans to exercise and instead opt to stay in bed and watch TV, consuming additional calories, not drinking enough water, and further disrupting their daily eating routine.
Alcohol is metabolised by our body differently than other foods and beverages. Our body interprets it as “toxic,” and thus it is processed through the liver rather than the digestive system. Therefore, it’s possible that all of the calories consumed while drinking alcohol are not completely metabolised, and instead are just stored as fat cells in the body. Worse, the food consumed while partying will also take a toll on the digestive system.
It matters how much a person consumes each day and the frequency of the “heavy drinking day”. The more drinks you have…
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