Wine, Beer & Spirits Guide

How to drink wine, beer and spirits in a healthy way from EatingWell's food and nutrition experts.

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How Dry January Can Help You Save Money, Sleep Better and Enjoy Yourself Without Booze
If giving up alcohol for 30 days sounds challenging, here's why you should still consider it.
How Dry January Can Help You Save Money, Sleep Better and Enjoy Yourself Without Booze
If giving up alcohol for 30 days sounds challenging, here's why you should still consider it.

Healthy Drink Recipes

Kumquat Margaritas
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Kumquats are bite-size citrus fruit that you can eat whole, including the skins and seeds. Find them in season November through March for a great sweet addition to your traditional margarita recipe.
Abracadaver Cocktail
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Aiming to avoid the typical boozy holiday bombs, this cocktail is a riff on the classic Corpse Reviver No. 2 cocktail. (That's also the reason for the creepy name!) It's lower-alcohol, refreshing and light. Citrus, vanilla and spice are the main notes and the chocolate mist at the end (if you use it) lends a celebratory toasty nose. Photo courtesy of Dylan Griffin & Stonecutter Spirits.
Cranberry-Prosecco Cocktail
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A splash of cranberry juice in sparkling wine and a garnish of cranberries and rosemary sprigs makes an exceptionally festive party-ready cocktail that's easy to make, too.
Peach-Mango Madras
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A madras is a cocktail mix of vodka and fruit juice. This version blends three different fruit juices with peach vodka, and is served over homemade ice cubes, filled with finely chopped fresh mango. When buying mangos, give them a light squeeze. Look for fruits that give a little without being too squishy!
Pomegranate-Citrus Fizz
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This refreshing cocktail is made with pomegranate vodka and citrus juices. It's delightfully fruity and fizzy and has under 15 grams of carbohydrates per serving.
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