Alcohol increases daily calorie intake for men, women

04/10/2013 | Reuters

Drinking alcoholic beverages appeared to affect food intake, with men consuming 400 more daily calories and women ingesting 300 more daily calories -- much of that from unhealthy items on days they had alcohol -- according to a study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers said it is unclear whether alcohol consumption may influence weight changes, but emphasized that people who drink should be wary of the beverages' calorie contents and be more attentive to their food choices when drinking.

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