Alcohol is the product that is produced from the fermentation of sugars, fruits, or grains. Those raw materials contain carbohydrates. However, yeast or bacteria react with those sugars and starches during the fermentation process and convert them to ethanol, which is the alcohol found in alcoholic beverages.
Unlike carbs, ethanol does not spike the fat-storing hormone called insulin. So? Does that make alcohol a low-carb or keto-friendly drink? Ehh. It’s a lot to unpack, but here we go!Read More “Alcohol & Low Carb (Keto): Yes, No, Maybe? “