Excessive amounts of food and drinks, including alcohol, have become a big part of Super Bowl Sunday. This guide includes carbohydrates for the most popular drinks so you can make the best choices. You may be shocked with some of these numbers.
Whether it's green beer or Irish whiskey, this guide will help you choose what to drink based on the carbs per serving.
Sort through popular holiday drink options, including beer, wine, spirits, mixed drinks and cocktails, shooters, juices, mixers, punch, non-alcoholic drinks and eggnog. Make an informed decision for just about any drink that comes your way.
While people are mostly thinking about all the sugar in the Halloween candy being handed out, there is another important question that they don't always know the answer to: Is it safe for people living with diabetes to drink alcohol?
Wine makes a great holiday gift. It's portable. It's festive. It's timely, with people entertaining more during the holiday season. Since many people worry about selecting just the right gift wine, here are a few guidelines.
Top medical authorities are cautioning the nation's health care professionals to downplay the popular but unproven supposition that drinking red wine can help ward off heart attacks.
The effect of alcohol on blood glucose levels depends not only on the amount of alcohol ingested, but also on its relationship to food intake.
Most people with diabetes can drink alcohol safely if they drink in moderation (one or two drinks occasionally), because in higher quantities alcohol can cause health problems.