Alcohol isn't commonly thought to be a "healthy" part of a weight loss program, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a drink or two without screwing up your progress.
First, let's talk about why we're even addressing this topic. Considering that drinking inhibits fat loss and adds excess calories, wouldn't it make sense to forego it altogether?
If this is possible for you, great. There's no shortage of articles (such as this one) on how alcohol physiologically hurts your efforts.
But weight loss isn't just about physiology. If it were, everyone would be able to just "eat less, move more" their way into skinny jeans. In reality, your environment is just as important as your physiology is to weight loss, and there are few things as native as alcohol. It has played a central role in almost all cultures since neolithic times, and there's even evidence to suggest that it played a key role in human evolution. READ MORE....