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13 Popular Bar Orders Ranked by Sugar Content

Women's Health UK Logo By Alice Head of Women's Health UK | Slide 1 of 14: You've read up on the healthiest mixers, prepared yourself with how to deal with post-Christmas party dread and even stocked the fridge with the best foods for hangovers: but do you really know how much sugar is in that glass of Pinot Grigio you've just chinned?If the answer is a mumbled no, you're far from alone. A quick survey of the WH office revealed that, whilst most of us know it's-and we quote-a lot, no-one knew the specifics. Or actually what is the best low sugar alcohol or low carb alcohol for that matter. For the record, the NHS advises no more than 30g of sugar a day, which is easily surpassed in only one or two drinks. Without further ado, here's your guide list of bar orders ranked by sweet stuff content, from lowest sugar levels to highest. You're welcome.

You've read up on the healthiest mixers, prepared yourself with how to deal with post-Christmas party dread and even stocked the fridge with the best foods for hangovers: but do you really know how much sugar is in that glass of Pinot Grigio you've just chinned?

If the answer is a mumbled no, you're far from alone. A quick survey of the WH office revealed that, whilst most of us know it's-and we quote-a lot, no-one knew the specifics. Or actually what is the best low sugar alcohol or low carb alcohol for that matter.

For the record, the NHS advises no more than 30g of sugar a day, which is easily surpassed in only one or two drinks.

Without further ado, here's your guide list of bar orders ranked by sweet stuff content, from lowest sugar levels to highest. You're welcome.

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