10 Types of Alcohol for People with Diabetes

Miller Lite is an American-style light lager made with barley malt and corn syrup, among other ingredients.

Miller Lite

Coors is another of America’s favorite beer brands. It also has a low carb version suitable for people with diabetes.

Coors Light

Bud Lite is another low carb beer that provides fewer than 5 grams of carbs per serving.it provides roughly 50% fewer carbs than a regular Budweiser.

Bud Lite

Busch beers are good alternatives for people with diabetes due to the low carb content of most of the brand’s products — including their beers that are not branded as low carb.


Among all types of wine, red wine is linked with the most health benefits — both for people with diabetes and for the general population — due to its high antioxidant content

Red wine

White wines are often regarded as high sugar drinks. However, their carb content can be virtually the same as that of red wines.

White wine

Distilled spirits

Distilled spirits or hard liquors contain few to no carbs. However, you should be aware of the potential for hypoglycemia, also called low blood sugar levels, when consuming them.

You make a martini by mixing gin or vodka with dry vermouth in a 2-to-1 ratio and then garnishing it with an olive or a twist of lemon peel.


As its name implies, you make a vodka soda by combining vodka and club soda.
As long as you use club soda or seltzer, your drink’s carb count will stay at 0 grams

Vodka soda

You make a Bloody Mary by mixing vodka and tomato juice with different sauces and spices, depending on the recipe, and typically serve it with a celery stick.

Bloody Mary


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