Alcohol to get Nutrition Labels

  1. Alcohol to get Nutrition Labels


    I can get behind this. Knowledge is power. Go Joe!!

    Beer, wine next in line for nutrition labels

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    Long overdue.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    Long overdue.
    Agree 100%. I think this will enlighten a lot of the laymen people that do not know the calories contained in alcohol.
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  4. imagine how many ppl r going to tone down their consumption when they find out how much they r intaking
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasen View Post
    imagine how many ppl r going to tone down their consumption when they find out how much they r intaking
    I think the vast majority will still drink the way they always have; especially those that have fast metabolisms and don't get a beer gut all that quickly (and everyone on college campuses).
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  6. i know a bunch of girls who im sure would tone down their drinking

    i personally wouldnt

    why does alcohol already have no lables?

  7. awful move here its just going to up beer prices.its beer damn it.

  8. how will it increase beer? prices

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Jasen View Post
    i know a bunch of girls who im sure would tone down their drinking

    i personally wouldnt

    why does alcohol already have no lables?
    Quote Originally Posted by mich29 View Post
    awful move here its just going to up beer prices.its beer damn it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jasen View Post
    how will it increase beer? prices
    It's not required by the FDA for alcoholic drinks to have a label(i.e. not seen as a food group). There are some thoughts that the new labeling process on products would increase prices to offset the labor and new marketing process in order to do so. It will be negligible if any IMO. They are looking to offer beer and wine companies the option of providing a full label as seen on the back of any food product(requiring a new product design i.e cost) or a new revised side bar label, which would offset huge expenses from a standard label.

  10. you can def google it if your that concerned. Regardless, just stick to straight shots of the highest proof you can handle if your looking for efficiency and minimal sugar intake, lol

  11. Quote Originally Posted by DaJaP View Post
    you can def google it if your that concerned. Regardless, just stick to straight shots of the highest proof you can handle if your looking for efficiency and minimal sugar intake, lol
    Yes, but the interesting thing about the labeling is the fact that all calories will be shown i.e. Alcoholic calories as well as standard micronutrient calories. Few people know that 1gr of alcohol contains 7 calories.

    Protein - 4kcal/gr
    Carb - 4kcal/gr
    Fat - 9kcal/gr
    Alcohol - 7kcal/gr

    It will surprise a lot of people who drink "light beer and light wine" because it's low in carbs and such.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by prld2gr8ns View Post
    Yes, but the interesting thing about the labeling is the fact that all calories will be shown i.e. Alcoholic calories as well as standard micronutrient calories. Few people know that 1gr of alcohol contains 7 calories.

    Protein - 4kcal/gr
    Carb - 4kcal/gr
    Fat - 9kcal/gr
    Alcohol - 7kcal/gr

    It will surprise a lot of people who drink "light beer and light wine" because it's low in carbs and such.
    I actually didnt know that, interesting. I guess in the end, if your drinking enough to where the caloric intake actually matters, and you are basing the amount you drink on such, you're drinking to get smashed. And by then, calories dont exist, and big macs are now considered a viable food source, haha

  13. Anyone know the calorie content of a percoset? This concerns me far greater.
  

  
 

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