Red wine contains antioxidants like resveratrol, which may have heart-protective properties. In moderation, it's associated with potential cardiovascular benefits.
Similar to red wine, white wine contains antioxidants. Dry white wines generally have fewer calories and sugar content compared to sweeter varieties.
Often lower in calories compared to other alcoholic beverages, champagne or sparkling wine contains fewer carbohydrates and sugar.
Pure tequila without added sugary mixers or syrups is relatively low in calories and contains no carbohydrates. Pairing it with soda water and lime can further reduce the calorie count.
Vodka has a low-calorie count and, when mixed with soda water and a splash of citrus, can be a lighter, lower-calorie option.
Light beers generally have fewer calories and lower alcohol content compared to regular beers, making them a better choice for those looking to reduce calorie intake.
Gin itself is relatively low in calories, and opting for diet tonic water reduces sugar content, making it a lighter option.
Made with tomato juice and vodka, Bloody Mary can offer some nutritional benefits from the antioxidants in tomatoes. Moderation and watchful choices regarding added salt or high-sodium mixers are important.