Try to avoid:

SOFT DRINKS

Fruit juices

Smoothies

Milkshakes

HARD DRINKS

Beer

Cider

Sweet white wine

Rose

HOT DRINKS

Latte

Mocha

Mulled wine

OK in moderation:

SOFT DRINKS

No added sugar squash

Milk

Diet drinks

HARD DRINKS

Dry white wine

Red wine

Sparking dry wine

Gin

HOT DRINKS

White tea

White coffee

Go for it:

SOFT DRINKS

Water

Sparkling water

Almond milk (no added sugar)

HOT DRINKS

Herbal. tea

Black tea

Black coffee

On medication for Diabetes (apart from Metformin)?

You should check with your doctor or nurse before making a significant change to your diet.

On medication for high blood pressure?

A low carb diet can reduce your blood pressure and you will need to keep an eye on this.

Carbohydrates in Alcoholic Drinks

The following two videos from Carbs and Cals detail the amount of carbohydrates in different alcoholic drinks. If you are struggling to loose weight despite reducing carbohydrates remember that alcohol itself provides empty calories which ultimately can cause weight gain.

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