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Q and A with Tom Venuto:
The World's Number One Fat Loss Expert
Author of Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle
What about alcohol? How does that fit into your burning
fat program? I am not talking binge drinking, just one or
two a day.
A couple drinks on the weekend and or on special ocassions
probably won't have any major impact on your fat loss
results (although I would encourage you to consider the
mindset that EVERYTHING you do either helps or hurts).
A drink or two on ocassion is a part of enjoying life for
many people, and it's important to find lifestyle balance
for the sake of your long term happiness and success.
However, I do not recommend drinking every day.
"A couple every day" adds a LOT of extra calories to your
daily diet. If you're talking about two 150-calorie beers,
thats 300 calories extra a day or 2100 extra calories a
Multiply that out for a year and you have 109,200 extra
calories! WOW! That's potentially 31.2 pounds of fat in
If you DO account for the calories in those drinks, then
you have another conundrum - the alcohol calories displace
good valuable food calories.
Drinking gives you empty alcohol calories with virtually
no nutritional value (and some negative value in more way
than one), while pushing out important vitamins, minerals,
phytochemicals essential amino acids, essential fatty
acids, fiber and other good stuff.
Alcohol also inhibits fat burning. While your liver is
busy metabolizing alcohol, it puts your fat metabolism
on hold. That's why I do NOT recommend any drinking when
you are on a fat loss program
(at least if you are serious about it).
When you are on a regular, year-round lifestyle/maintenance
program I recommend that if you drink, you do so in
moderation, keep it to special occasions or weekends and
remember to factor in those calories to your daily intake.
By the way, there's a major risk to drinking every day -
even just one or two - that most people don't even think
Daily drinking is habit forming. Anything you do every day
easily becomes a habit that is difficult to break later.
On the other hand, if you could establish the habit of
eating 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables and getting
some exercise every single day, those would be habits
let me know how else I can help. This question comes up
often, so I did cover alcohol and fat loss in much greater
detail in chapter 13 of the Burn The Fat book.
Tom Venuto is a lifetime natural bodybuilder, personal trainer,
gym owner, freelance writer, and author of “Burn The Fat, Feed
The Muscle”: Fat Burning Secrets of the World’s Best Bodybuilders
and Fitness Models. Click here to visit Tom's Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle website.