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1 hour ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

Supporting Bud Light, it’s disgusting swill for hillbillies and sorority girls.

 

Ah.  Yes.  But its for charity...... So Ill make an exception. 

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3 minutes ago, Tomahawk said:

Ah.  Yes.  But its for charity...... So Ill make an exception. 

I’d rather just donate the money.

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2 hours ago, mistakey said:

gotta keep my womanly figure in check

im a straight tequila man now boys

ITS KETO!!!!!

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11 minutes ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

Are you a keto guy too?

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I am.....:D

Edited by DaWg_LB.

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2 hours ago, ReggieCamp said:

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There’s this bar in bk called rocka rolla that has goblets of bud for 3 bucks turns out goblets hold a lot of beer 

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1 hour ago, DaWg_LB. said:

ITS KETO!!!!!

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how is alchohol keto isnt it pure carbs

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11 minutes ago, mistakey said:

how is alchohol keto isnt it pure carbs

Keto-Friendly Drinks

For instance, pure forms of alcohol like whiskey, gin, tequila, rum and vodka are all completely free of carbs. These beverages can be drunk straight or combined with low-carb mixers for more flavor. Wine and light varieties of beer are also relatively low in carbs — usually 3–4 grams per serving.

 

  • Pure agave tequila (100 percent agave) is low in sugar.
  • It only has 69 calories per ounce and no carbohydrates thanks to the distillation process.
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4 minutes ago, Thomas5737 said:
Keto-Friendly Drinks

For instance, pure forms of alcohol like whiskey, gin, tequila, rum and vodka are all completely free of carbs. These beverages can be drunk straight or combined with low-carb mixers for more flavor. Wine and light varieties of beer are also relatively low in carbs — usually 3–4 grams per serving.

 

  • Pure agave tequila (100 percent agave) is low in sugar.
  • It only has 69 calories per ounce and no carbohydrates thanks to the distillation process.

Yeah it sure as **** isn’t made out of fat or protein so the cals are coming from carbs 

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4 minutes ago, mistakey said:

Yeah it sure as **** isn’t made out of fat or protein so the cals are coming from carbs 

Broccoli has calories.

Tequila is made from the distilled juice (or sap) of the blue agave plant. The blue agave is similar in appearance to cactus, but is a type of amaryllis. During the production process, fresh juice is added to pre-fermented juice and then distilled, which converts sugars in the plant into alcohol and produces the spirit we know as tequila.

 

(disclaimer: this is all internet I have no knowledge of the process/science/ingredients)

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45 minutes ago, Thomas5737 said:

Broccoli has calories.

Tequila is made from the distilled juice (or sap) of the blue agave plant. The blue agave is similar in appearance to cactus, but is a type of amaryllis. During the production process, fresh juice is added to pre-fermented juice and then distilled, which converts sugars in the plant into alcohol and produces the spirit we know as tequila.

 

(disclaimer: this is all internet I have no knowledge of the process/science/ingredients)

yeah but juice is all carbs (other than coconut water which i dunno if it is a juice)

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If you're drinking straight hard alcohol, you won't blow your daily carb budget. Hard alcohol — including vodka, gin, rum, tequila and whiskey — has 0 grams of carbs or sugar per ounce.

 

These liquors with no sugar get all their calories from alcohol, and range in calories from 65 calories from a 1-ounce shot of 80-proof vodka to 83 calories for a 1-ounce shot of 100-proof vodka, rum, gin or whiskey, to 100 calories for a 1.5-ounce shot of tequila.

So while these drinks don't eat into your total carb budget for the day, you'll still add calories to your daily intake. And if you're drinking an extra 100 calories in hard alcohol a day, that's enough to make you gain almost a pound a month.

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Alcohol is its own macro at 7 cal/gr.

Liquor is aces for keto, beer is not.  I’m good for 1-4 beers without getting kicked out of ketosis depending on the beer.

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14 hours ago, mistakey said:

im so confused how the hell does this drink have calories

Alcohol is not a carbohydrate. The calories in vodka(and other liquor)  come only from the alcohol itself. Pure alcohol contains roughly 7 calories per gram. For reference, carbohydrates and protein both contain about 4 calories per gram, while fat contains about 9 calories per gram.  When counting carbs you calculate "net" carbs.  Which means you subtract fiber and sugar alcohols from the total carbs to get the net carbs.  

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