Do different types of beers make a difference? IPAs, lagers, shandies, etc.
They most certainly do make a difference -- each one has different contents. Shandies are fruitier and sugary. Sugar is what is making Americans sick and fat. IPAs, on the other hand, can have upwards of 500 whopping cals. Toss back a few of those and you’ll be rocking quite the beer gut in no time. Lagers are equally heavy in calories and sugar, but also trigger a certain chemical that makes midnight cravings for Chips Ahoy! and Big Macs irresistible.
So, like I said before, the best bang for your buck is to drink vodkas and tequilas.
Is there such a thing as a wine belly?
I don't believe that wine will give you a belly. In fact, wine contains resveratrol, which is a chemical that may help burn belly fat and decrease inflammation. Wine also contains antioxidants that promote high levels of HDL (good cholesterol) and prevents heart disease. So, unless you are drinking gallon jugs of Carlo Rossi in one sitting, I think it’s safe to say we’re in the clear.
Can I do crunches every day to work off six beers a night?
Crunches every day certainly aren't going to hurt, so why not just do it? The worst that will happen is you get some nice little muscles on your belly.
What's the difference between a beer belly and a Dad Bod?
Editor's Note: It has come to our attention that Nate's answer comes from this video. We were unaware at publish time.
I’m going to go ahead and dive into the Pits of Hell and try to explain this. Dad Bod is NOT about physical appearance at all. Most girls are not going to say that the guy with the mashed potato body is hotter than the guy who looks like a Greek god. What they are saying is that they are attracted to this fart-sniffing, trust-fund baby for the same reason a lot of people take advice from Elite Daily articles: they’re easy, and they tell you exactly what you want to hear.
Dad Bod is trending because he’s not "obsessed with himself" and he’s not "obsessed with going to the gym." This guy isn’t obsessed with anything! He’s good at nothing, just mediocre at everything, and he doesn’t care enough to do anything with passion.