New Book Gives Carbohydrate Counts Of Alcoholic Beverages

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Diet Book Contains the Carbohydrate Counts of 1000 Beers, 400 Wines, Scores of Liquors, and Liqueurs and 200 Low-Carb Mixed-Drink Recipes. First Nutritional Reference Book to Provide this Valuable Information.

The Low-Carb Bartender: Carb Counts for Beer, Wine, Mixed Drinks and More (Adams Media, ISBN 1593372531, $9.95) is now available in nationwide bookstores and Internet book sites. Author Bob Skilnik has compiled an impressive listing of adult beverages with their carbohydrate counts and exposes the myths and misconceptions often associated with the moderate consumption of alcohol and low-carb dieting.

"With the information provided in this book, anyone counting carbs will now be able to accurately measure their carbohydrate intake with a drink in their hand and a smile on their face. Remember-moderation, not deprivation!" says the author.

Myth: Beer is lower in carbohydrates than vodka or tequila.

Fact: 1 ounce of tequila has less than 1 carb, and vodkas have 0 carbs.

Myth: There are carbohydrates in rum since it's made from sugar.

Fact: Virtually all distilled products have 0 carbs.

Myth: Drinking alcohol on a low-carb diet is a no-no.

Fact: The Low-Carb Bartender provides carb-smart choices so you can enjoy a drink without stalling your weight loss.

This unique paperback book is perfect for holiday bashes, family gatherings, Super Bowl parties, or the casual after-work cocktail. The Low-Carb Bartender helps you keep the weight off-and have fun, too! Visit the Low-Carb Bartender website at http://www.lcbartender.com for more information.

Bob Skilnik is a certified brewer and freelance writer. He is a contributor to the Good Eating Section of the Chicago Tribune and is a columnist for the LowCarb Energy magazine and the News Informant. He has appeared on ABC's 'The View' with Barbara Walters, ESPN2's 'Cold Pizza,' and Fox News Channel's 'Fox News Live,' preaching the moderate consumption of adult beverages while counting carbs. Mr. Skilnik lives in Plainfield, IL.

Skilnik is represented by Lisa Ekus of Lisa Ekus Public Relations Company, LLC. Ekus has represented numerous food and drink personalities including Emiril Lagasse, Debbie Fields, and Miss Piggy. Product endorsements and placements can be arranged by contacting Ms. Ekus at http://www.lisaekus.com

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