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Carbs and Fiber in Stella Artois Beer

Food Item: Stella Artois Beer
Food Quantity: 12 fl oz
Carbs: 10g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 10g

Stella Artois Beer and Diet

Not permitted on low carb diets, beer (like Stella Artois Beer) is relatively high in calories with no dietary fiber and little nutrition. The energy in beer comes from the alcohol (3-6 percent, 7 calories per gram) and sugar. Moderate daily drinking (two 12oz glasses of beer for men; one glass for women) is considered safe and may be beneficial for health, but excessive drinking is associated with increased risk of cancer, hypoglycemia (low levels of blood glucose, caused here by alcohol preventing the liver from releasing glucose into the bloodstream) and may accelerate weight gain, obesity and even the onset of diabetes. Bottom line: if you want to lose weight and stay healthy, keep your intake of beer to a sensible minimum.

For more details about carbs in beer, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in regular beer, light beer, cider and lager can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Stella Artois Beer are intended as a guideline only.

Light Beer - Regular Beer - Low Alcohol Beer - Non-Alcoholic Beer - Regular Lager - Low-Alcohol Lager
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Pint of Guinness - Amber Ice - Anheuser Light - Artic Ice - Becks - Black Label - Blatz - Bud - Bud Ice
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Michelob Draft - Michelob Light - Miller Genuine Draft - Miller Lite - Miller Lite Ice - Milwaukees Best
Minnesotas Best - Newcastle Brown Ale - Old Milwaukee - Pabst - Red Bull Malt - Samuel Adams - Schaefer
Schlitz Ice - Schlitz Malt - Shandy - Stella Artois - Strohs - Winterfest - Zeigenbock


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