Alcohol drinking affects one’s food choices, and this is shown in the differences in the type of food and the amount of calories people consume on days when they drink alcohol compared to those days when they abstain. Rosalind Breslow, a nutritional epidemiologist at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that Americans tend to consume more calories and fat on days when they imbibe alcoholic drinks, showing that drinking influences their eating habits to change towards an unhealthy direction. Breslow found in a previous study that drinking more alcohol leads to a poorer diet in general. Her […]Continue reading Drinking Alcohol Leads to Unhealthy Eating
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