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Choosing low-fat or fat-free milk is a good way to reduce your calorie intake and still get the nutrients that milk contains. Be aware that the Nutrition Facts label on beverage containers may give the calories for only part of the contents. The example below shows the label on a oz. As you can see, it lists the number of calories in an 8-oz.
To figure out how many calories are in the whole bottle, you need to multiply the number of calories in one serving by the number of servings in the bottle x 2. You can see that the contents of the entire bottle actually contain calories even though what the label calls a "serving" only contains This shows that you need to look closely at the serving size when comparing the calorie content of different beverages.
Sweeteners that add calories to a beverage go by many different names and are not always obvious to anyone looking at the ingredients list. Some common caloric sweeteners are listed below. If these appear in the ingredients list of your favorite beverage, you are drinking a sugar-sweetened beverage. Coffee drinks and blended fruit smoothies sound innocent enough, but the calories in some of your favorite coffee-shop or smoothie-stand items may surprise you.
Check the Web site or in-store nutrition information of your favorite coffee or smoothie shop to find out how many calories are in different menu items. And when a smoothie or coffee craving kicks in, here are some tips to help minimize the caloric damage: At the coffee shop: Now that you know how much difference a drink can make, here are some ways to make smart beverage choices:.