How Many Calories in Guinness 0.0?

Guinness 0.0 has 17 calories per 100ml, meaning it has a total of 75 calories in a typical serving size of 440ml. If you prefer kilojoules over calories, then Guinness 0.0 has 71KJ per 100ml, with a total of 312KJ per 440ml.

Guinness 0.0 Carbs, Sugar & Fat

Per 100ml, Guinness 0.0 contains 3.8g of carbohydrates (of which 0.7g is sugar) and 0.0g of fat. With the typical serving size for Guinness 0.0 being 440ml, there is a total of 16.7g carbohydrates, 3.1g sugar and 0.0g of fat.

How Many Units in Guinness 0.0?

Guinness 0.0 has an ABV of 0.0%. This means that is has 0.00 units per 100ml, and 0.00 units per the typical serving size of 440ml.

How Many Calories Should You Consume Per Day?

The number of calories that an average adult human male and female should consume in a day can vary based on a range of factors, including age, weight, height, activity level, and overall health. On average, an adult male may require about 2,500 calories per day to maintain his weight, while an adult female may need around 2,000 calories per day for the same purpose. However, these are general estimates, and individual calorie needs can differ significantly.

It’s important to note that calorie requirements can vary based on an individual’s lifestyle and activity level. For example, a highly active person who engages in regular physical exercise may require more calories to fuel their energy expenditure, while a sedentary person may require fewer calories. Additionally, factors such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, and certain medical conditions can also influence an individual’s daily calorie needs.

How Are Alcoholic Units Calculated?

The number of alcohol units in a drink can be calculated using the following formula:

Number of Units = (Volume of Drink in milliliters) × (Alcohol by Volume or ABV as a decimal) ÷ 1,000

Because no and low-alcohol drinks have significantly fewer alcohol units compared to standard alcoholic drinks, the alcohol by volume (ABV) of these drinks is typically very low, often less than 0.5% for no-alcohol drinks and usually no more than 1.2% for low-alcohol drinks. Because the number of alcohol units in a drink is directly proportional to its ABV, the lower ABV of no-alcohol and low-alcohol drinks means that they contain a much smaller number of units.

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