Where do calories come from in vodka

La vodka est une liqueur dure connue pour sa forte teneur en alcool. Habituellement servi dans des boissons mélangées ou en 1 oz. Un oz. Une portion de vodka correspond à 1 oz, soit la même taille qu'un verre à liqueur standard.

L'alcool se forme pendant le processus de fermentation du sucre et des amidons, tels que la levure selon MedLinePlus. Comme la vodka contient une teneur en alcool plus élevée que les vins et la bière, sa teneur en calories est plus élevée. Les amidons et les sucres fournissent à votre corps des calories vides qui sont utilisées comme énergie avant la graisse stockée.

Selon ShapeFit. Quelle que soit la teneur en alcool, une consommation excessive est dangereuse et peut endommager votre estomac, vos reins et votre foie.

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