Alcohol Free Drinks for Diabetics And Weight
Alcohol Flavorings With All
The Flavoring And No Alcohol or Carbs
dieters, diabetics and designated drivers
Alcohol Natural Flavor Label-Amaretto
Yum Drops© natural
alcohol flavoring retails for $6.95 a 1/2 oz bottle. Use
4-6 drops per 8 oz serving.
Desserts and Dairy
alcohol with alcohol flavorings
standard selling 1/2oz bottles come with tamper proof
safety seal. 600 drops per bottle or 75 servings per
bottle. Now you can bring out the full flavor of
that virgin cocktail. You can order a virgin mojito
for example, and add a few drops of our natural dark rum
flavoring to deliver the entire flavor and none of the
alcohol or carbs.
"alcohol flavoring is 1/2 oz of your favorite alcohol
flavoring in a food grade quality, Boston Round bottle.
Product retails for $6.95 and there are 75 servings per
bottle, only pennies a serving.
Easy and fun to
use and truly delivers on the entire alcohol flavorings.
You control the strength by number of drops you use. Our
products have 0 calories, 0 carbs, 0 fat, O Salt. You can
carry them in your purse, pocket or throw them in your
golf bag- when you wish you had something to make that
virgin cocktail taste like the real thing!
Next time your
sitting at a bar, order a virgin margarita and add a few
drops of our natural alcohol flavoring. It won't get
you intoxicated, nut you will swear you are drinking the
our our promotion on a sampler pack (SP4) on our
buy now page.
shipping charges are $4.85 per order.
All orders ship within 7-10 business days.
Kaluha type coffee
Alcohol Flavorings For Diabetics And Weight Loss
Here is the simple truth. When it comes to the real deal, alcohol,
diabetes and weight loss: some things just don’t mix.
Who doesn’t like to end the day with their favorite alcoholic
beverage: wine, beer or hard liqueurs? Alcohol exists in our word
and it’s become the center of many of life’s activities and
celebrations. You get a promotion, and it’s off to dinner to
celebrate with friends and a cocktail. You play a round of golf or
tennis, and you sit in the bar after with friends to talk about the
day, over your favorite alcoholic cocktail. That is a perfect
example of how alcoholic beverages are the center of our everyday
Truth be told, while it might be hard to find any health institution
that would recommend drinking alcohol, the AD A and the American
Heart Association, as well as others like the American Cancer
Society all agree, that consuming alcohol in very light to
moderation is OK for most people.
People with diabetes or weight watchers should limit alcoholic
beverages. Here’s why. Beverages that contain alcohol are converted
into fats and are high in calories. Neither of the two is very good
for either diabetes or losing weight. So let’s take another look at
understanding alcohol and diabetes in general, and then review some
options for you in alcoholic free beverages that are now available.
A recent study shows that alcohol produces a large redistribution of
blood flow within the pancreas. It appears alcohol sends more blood
to a region of the pancreas know as the islets and attacks the beta
cells. The islets contain cells and the main role of those cells is
to make insulin, the essential hormone reducing blood sugar levels.
The beta cells produce insulin, and it helps turn the food you eat
into fuel for your cells. Without it, you must take insulin shots
every day to live. Over stimulating your beta cells by consuming
alcohol could be at the source of the problem.
The recommendation the journal makes is an obvious one. Avoid drinks
with alcohol, especially ones high in sugar content, to avoid even
further complications. These beverages include hard liquor mixed
with high fructose mixes, wine coolers, sweet wines, cordials and
If you are experiencing other medical problems as a result of your
diabetes then it is best to skip alcohol altogether. Always remember
to discuss these subjects with your doctor before doing anything
different with your diets.
Nothing seems to ever be the last word. If you enjoy the flavors and
tastes of your favorite cocktails, cordials or liqueurs, what else
can you do when a virgin cocktail is not your preferred choice?
There is a fair selection of choices out there if you look for them.
Non-alcohol beer is a perfect example, and there are plenty of
options in most grocery stores.
When it comes to the actual tastes of rum and soda, or an Irish
coffee, what choices do you have for alcoholic beverages with no
alcohol? The answer to alcoholic beverages with no alcohol is all in
the flavoring. Search natural alcohol flavorings or flavor
concentrates and you will find some of the more popular alcohol
flavorings with none of the alcohol, like cordials and liqueurs out
there. Stay away from syrup flavorings that may contain sugar.
Natural flavor concentrates are available as flavor drops and
include some of the more popular alcohol free flavors: dark rum,
Irish Crème, coffee liqueurs and even amaretto. Now you can have all
of the tastes and flavors of rum and cola, or a mojito, and none of
the alcohol. Always choose natural flavoring concentrates with no
carbs or calories.
Next time you are with your friends sharing a moment or celebrating
an occasion, ask for a virgin mohito and add your own natural rum
flavoring drops. Or, for a pick me up mid afternoon delight, try a
cup of coffee and make your own Irish crème or amaretto coffee.
These alcohol flavorings with no alcohol deliver all of the taste
and none of the alcohol.
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Flavoring is great for:
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- Weight Loss
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- For baking
and cooking and is heat Stable to 390 degrees
sweetening foods and beverages
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