How many calories in Rum?
56 calories a shot glass that answer is a little misleading for a 2.5ounce shot of rum/vodka/gin... there is an average of 100-150 calories per shot. There is an average of 50 calories in a 1ounce shot which is something that you will not run into in a bar or restaurant.
It depends on the rum's alcohol content and residual sugar content. Alcohol has a calorie count of 153.2 calories per ounce. It is a carbohydrate, or sugar. A 40 proof rum has 31 calories from alcohol, a 100 proof rum has 76 calories from alcohol. Additional sugars may also be present in some rums which can increase the calories per ounce upwards of 150.
a fifth contains 25.6 ounces. 80 proof rum is 64 calories per ounce bringing the total calories to 1,638.4 for the whole fifth. divied by 15 (the number of shots you can get from a fifth) equals 109.22 calories per shot of 80 proof rum. mix with 20 ounce calorie free diet cola = a 100 calorie diet beverage. dancing for 10-15 minutes will burn 100 calories bringing you to 0 calories :) Enjoy!!!!
Captain morgans is the spiced rum I believe. That has more carbs than the clear rum. I know clear rum (unflavored) is allowed on the low carb diet. I am not sure how many calories either has, but I know it has some. Alcohol on any diet will slow weight loss because it slows your metabolism. If you must drink I would recommend doing cardio the day after. I know it will be tough at…
the baby goose? the baby momma? the rum? baby goose: depends on how it is prepared. (ie type of sauces, sweet sauce vs stronger wine flavored) 427 per cup http://www.dietbites.com/Foods-Nutrition-Index/chicken-goose.HTML Kate Gosling: you migth have to ask her, i hear she is single now... Goslings Gold Rum: most alcohols don't advertise, nor is their legislation to force them to display this information. typically, there are no calories in Rum. ( of course, might depend on…
NO Dark rum is often aged longer, but not necessarily and often has a caramel coloring added. The calories in it are based on the alcohol content. Higher proof = more alcohol = more calories, but the color really has nothing to do with it. Bottom line - Enjoy the one you prefer the most. And stay away from sugary mixers, they add the most to your calorie count.