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KENDILYNN SparkPoints: (22,924)
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5/15/12 5:17 P

Okay, not exactly what you're asking about, but I saw a pin on Pinterest titled "Get Drunk Not Fat" and it kinda cracked me up. Not necessarily low calorie drinks, but it took all sorts of drinks (hard alcohol, mixed drinks, beer, wine, etc) and listed them by alc. by volume, number of calories per 12 oz, and then gave a calorie/alcohol ratio to tell you what drink would get you drunk for the fewest calories. Made me LOL, just thought I'd pass it on :)

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5/15/12 4:05 P

great suggestions! that vanilla run and cherry pop sounds great, ill deff have to try that one! emoticon

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (67,852)
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5/15/12 1:42 P

Jack Daniels and diet coke has always been my go to drink

SMERRIMAN7 Posts: 296
5/15/12 1:31 P

I like Cruzan vanilla rum in diet cherry flavored soda. No calories in the soda, and I don't use a lot of rum.

Cruzan vanilla rum is 56 calories per ounce. (Some flavors are a little higher - I like the black cherry also, its 72 per ounce.) If you have 4-5 drinks at an occasion, you're looking at 224-280 calories.

REDSHOES2011 SparkPoints: (0)
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5/15/12 12:10 P

I don't drink alot of diet cola in my daily life because it does havock with plastic fillings I have in my front teeth. But when I do decent to go out to dinner- a diet cola is a great occassional option to any alcoholic drink option hands down. With some decoration who the hell knows it is just this- being there is the goal of the whole exercise..

LIRPA246 Posts: 701
5/15/12 11:50 A

champagne is not that bad, on the booze spectrum

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 65,753
5/15/12 11:29 A

Here's an article you might find helpful:

Coach Jen

SHI_TOWN SparkPoints: (0)
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5/15/12 11:23 A

I read a couple of articles abotu diet-friendly drinks, but those are only considering 1 or 2 drinks. What happens when you go to a party or a wedding or something, and you end up having a bit more than that! the colories suddenly begin to add up! does anyone know of any low calorie drinks that you can have a few of, and not worry about all of the calories you just drank?

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