Alcohol intake sabotages diet, impairs nutrition

Registered dietitian Jeanine Stice says too much alcohol can sabotage your diet, reduce your ability to maintain optimal nutrition and contribute to depression. Drinking can increase your appetite by 20%, replace nutritious foods with empty calories, and impair absorption and metabolism of vitamins, she says.

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