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Your body will naturally burn alcohol before either fat or glycogen so consider the effects of having a big meal while consuming several alcoholic beverages.
Now take into account that *most* people drink in the evenings or night when your body doesn't have the opportunity to burn off all those empty calories and at 65-75 calories per oz a couple drinks in the evening can really hit that waistline. Last note would be not to drink on an empty stomach either as that more often than not will end you up in more trouble than it's worth!
Well the general rule is if u consume more calories than you burn you put on weight. Cardio 4 to 5 times a week will do wonders and you wouldnt feel guilty in treating your self to the good ol'pint. I drink on weekends and used to drink when I felt like it, but never everyday. I for one don't like to drink at night (although I do on occasion).
Eating and drinking at the same time always stretches my belly. By reading all the post Im just going to cut my evening calories (but not my beer lol) and step up my activity. I lost 30lbs in 3months because I decided to run and cut out the pizzas and burgers. I'm sure everyone is different, but this worked for me!!
I went from 210 pounds to 180 in 6 wks and still losing I have lost 4 inches from my waist.
Beer does not cause you to get fat, and f wine thats for a fact. And eat lean then burn that shit off the next day don't just lay there. So just diet and workout and drink whatever you want except wine!!!! i actually googled "does beer make you fat" as a way to educate myself a little bit more.
My wife says it is the 2-3 beers a day that I consume. Everybody knows that a beer belly is caused by the beer bugs...
I found this article while trying to figure out why I can't shake my gut; I eat a fairly healthy vegetarian diet and bike to and from work.All the answers are amazing, even the ones with the cursing (they made me laugh), you need a mix of everything to balance it out ya know.Anyway, I agree with the working out and the eating healthy..the best way to not even think about googling "does beer make you fat," (that was me, i googled it).Moreover, spirits will not do you much harm, unless you encounter the spirit snake which causes you to loose your memory and is related to some cases of alzheimers disease.
So the moral of the story is to not drink unless you're a woman drinking wine. I drink 8 to 12 beers everyday nothing over 96 cal. I workout one time a day and rollerblade every other day.Combine with that the relationship between alcohol use and lack of exercise and you have a beer belly on it's way.