Alcohol is definitely the best example of what we call “empty calories.” It’s just a bunch of sugar you’re dumping into your body because it feels amazing. If you’re a person who counts calories, it’s tough to know what your drink is hiding from you in terms of sugar and malt.
Brunch has very easily become the most important meal of the weekend. Whether you live in a city or the suburbs, Sunday Funday isn’t complete without a social gathering with bottomless mimosas and a menu so amazing you can hardly choose between sweet or savory.
Mimosas at brunch, wine at dinner, a cocktail on the porch in the summertime. These are a few of our most deeply cherished and favoritest of things. But I’m sure you won’t be surprised to know that abstaining from the pleasures of booze comes with, like, crazy health benefits.
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