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Can You Drink Alcohol on a Low-Carb Diet?


Can You Drink Alcohol on a Low-Carb Diet?


Low-carb diets have recently become increasingly popular as an effective way to lose weight and improve health.They typically involve cutting out high-carb foods like refined grains, fruits, starchy vegetables and legumes and instead focus on healthy fats and proteins.However, many people are uncertain about whether alcohol can be consumed on a low-carb diet, and recommendations on the subject can be conflicting.This article investigates whether you can or should drink alcohol on a low-carb diet.

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