Like all types of alcohol, vodka provides energy from calories but has no nutritional benefit. This means that it may lead to weight gain while offering none of the essential vitamins or minerals that come from whole foods. For this and other reasons, moderate consumption is key. According to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, women should have no more than one alcoholic drink per day, and men should have no more than two drinks per day.
One ounce of Svedka vodka contains 69 calories. The average jigger, or shot measure, is 1.5 ounces, which means that most shots of Svedka contain about 104 calories. And adding mixers will increase the calorie count. For example, 2 ounces of tonic water will contribute 20 calories to your cocktail, while the same amount of orange juice will add 30 calories.