Alcohol's Role in Belly Obesity and How to Cut Down

One, alcohol is abundant in calories; drinking too much might cause you to gain weight, especially in the abdominal area because of the empty calories it contains.

Alcohol is high in calories

Second, alcohol use may alter metabolic rate, making it less efficient in burning fat.

Alcohol can affect metabolism

alcohol may cause binge eating, particularly of unhealthy meals, by stimulating the appetite.

Alcohol can lead to overeating

The effects of alcohol on abdominal fat may be mitigated by consuming no more than one drink per day (for women) or two drinks (for males).

Limit alcohol consumption


Select red wine or spirits blended with a low-calorie mixer instead of sugary cocktails as your beverage of choice.

Choose healthier drink options

You can prevent dehydration and cut down on your alcohol intake if you drink water in between alcoholic drinks.

Drink water between drinks

Have a meal or a light snack before drinking; doing so might help you control your intake.

Don't drink on an empty stomach

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