The Hidden Danger of Calories in Drinks

“What would you like to drink with that?” asks the waitress. Think twice before you answer.

Your body may not register the calories in drinks as well as it does the calories in food. So when you down a soda or other liquid calories before or with a meal, you may not eat less food later in the day to compensate. Making matters worse: serving sizes for beverages are ballooning…as are Americans.

Beverages are a huge contributor to obesity. They’re major players that often get overlooked.

What are the Best Frozen Desserts with Lower Calories?

The frozen-dessert aisle sure isn’t frozen in time.

Häagen-Dazs now has an Artisan Collection with mix-ins like banana rum swirl. Ben & Jerry’s has a line with a “core” of fillings like peanut butter fudge. And nearly every brand now has a line of gelato.

But if you’re careful, you can still cool off without a calorie, sugar, and saturated fat overload. Some of the best frozen desserts, like yogurts and kefirs, even offer a decent dose of protein and calcium. Here’s the scoop.