Is it necessary to give up aperitifs and parties with friends when you're on a diet? No !!! Here's how to reconcile conviviality and calorie calculation (because we're not going to lie to each other, eh, there's bound to be a bit)!
Even if we always say to ourselves "Nobody is perfect", and even if we try not to let ourselves be overwhelmed by all these photos of photoshopped beauties, many of us tend to be a little bit on a diet all the time.But that's no reason to stop your aperitif evenings with your friends! By being a little careful and consuming moderately, everything is possible!
With only 81 calories per 100ml (a filled flute contains 125ml), Champagne wins the prize for the lowest calorie wine and it suits us well! No more frustration and your diet will say thank you! Be careful however not to fall for all the aperitif biscuits and toast that often accompany it so as not to raise the calorie bill too high!
It is often the wine to which the consumer refers when he talks about white wine... It is a sugar-free wine, very delicate to make and contains 84 calories per 100 ml. Perfect for your diet!
A dry white wine is generally very fragrant and lively on the palate. There are some very good dry white wines, notably Muscadet, which will accompany your oysters and seafood platters masterfully - and there bingo because for lightness and slimness, we have the perfect match! The diet says thank you!
With 87 calories per 100 ml, the rosé follows the dry white and frankly, with its beautiful colour that makes us think of summer. and on holidays all year round, a small glass of rosé wine on the terrace (even heated) for the aperitif, that does it too!
Oh, he's not far off... with 89.5 calories per glass...
My advice : choose the wine you prefer, the one you want... because frustration is never good in a diet; but reserve this gap for some time of the week. And if possible, drink your glass of wine at noon for better assimilation by the body!