Did You Know – Pure Spirit Drinks is useful for Weight Loss?

Pure spirit basically stands for the distilled beverage which has no sugar as its ingredient. It has at least 20 % alcohol by volume. The most common spirits include whisky, tequila, vodka, rum, gin, brandy and fruit brandy. A spirit or distilled beverage is produced by the process of distillation of ethanol. Alcohol if consumed in moderate quantities can act as a great socialiser.

Weight Loss

Several researches are being conducted to study the involvement of alcohol on the waistline and the weight of an individual. It has been proved that the calories offered by pure spirits are definitely less than its counterparts. This can be attributed to the method of preparation of the pure spirits. It is made sure while the manufacturing that the sugar content is zero. When there is no sugar the calorie count definitely decreases. The spirits top the list of the drinks which help in weight loss.

The zero carbohydrate nature of the spirits has made them the favourite drink of the people who are seeking weight loss. Spirits easily combine and mix well with plain water. One needs to avoid using soft drinks as the mixer as this definitely increases the calorie intake. The spirits are also known to have an effect on the longevity of an individual’s life.

If consumed in a moderate quantity they have a good effect on the health of an individual. For all the young women there is good news that spirit has a negative effect on your waistline and helps you to lose weight quickly. Research has proved that women tend to involve themselves in the energy expenditure sessions after having the drink. These energy expenditure sessions are the perfect way of weight loss as there is a net loss of the calories consumed. The metabolic rate of the body tends to be increased after the consumption of alcohol. This increase leads to the burning of calories which helps the utilisation of stored fat in the body indirectly causing the loss in weight of the individual.


Always remember that all good things should be consumed in small quantities. The same holds true for the spirits
and other alcoholic drinks. Consumption of high quantity of alcohol can have a depressant effect on the central nervous system of the body. Excess of everything is bad and drinking alcohol more than the prescribed limit can be dangerous.

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Sumit Chopra is co-founder of Blogging Studio, growing internet marketing company in India. He is an avid reader, other than his work he has an interest in blogging.
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