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Nutrition Information for Seagram's Wine Coolers

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Kathryn Meininger began writing and publishing poetry in 1967. She was co-founder and editor of the professional magazine "Footsteps" and began writing articles online in 2010. She earned a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and a Bachelor of Arts in biology from William Paterson University.
Nutrition Information for Seagram's Wine Coolers
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Seagram's Escapes, a type of wine cooler, is a division of North American Breweries, headquartered in Rochester, NY. Along with Seagram's Escape Wine Coolers, they also distribute a number of different beers, including Genessee, Labatt and I.P.A. Magic Hat. Seagram's Escapes come in a variety of fruity flavors, including Strawberry Daiquiri, Wild Berries, Peach Fuzzy Navel and Lime Melonade. Wine coolers are a sweet and popular alcoholic beverage.


Seagram's Escapes wine coolers are available in 12 oz., one serving bottles. According to the nutrition website MyFitnessPal, one bottle of Seagram's Wild Berries wine cooler has 170 calories. Their Strawberry Daiquiri wine cooler contains 170 calories and the Peach Fuzzy Navel has 180 calories. Calorie requirements for the day vary by age, gender and amount of physical activity. Although wine coolers should not be a major source of calories, for a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet they do provide 7.5 to 9.0 percent. None of these Seagram's Escapes beverages contain any fat.


Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for the body's functions. Most of the calories in these beverages come from carbohydrates. Again, wine coolers should not provide the main source of carbohydrates for the day. Seagram's Escapes Strawberry Daiquiri wine cooler contains 44 g of carbohydrates with 41 g of sugar, and the Wild Berries wine cooler has 38 g of carbohydrates with 37 g of sugar. Seagram's Peach Fuzzy Navel wine cooler contains 40 g of carbohydrate with 40 g of sugar.


Sodium is an essential nutrient needed by the body to work efficiently. Sodium is not manufactured by the body and therefore needs to be obtained through foods in the diet. Seagram's wine coolers do contain a bit of sodium. Seagram's Escapes Peach Fuzzy Navel wine cooler provides 35 mg sodium, as does their Wild Berries wine cooler. Their Strawberry Daiquiri wine cooler has 40 mg sodium. Although one wine cooler has low-sodium, the content will add up if you drink many.


Seagram's Escapes are all alcoholic beverages. Seagram's Escapes Lime Melonade is 3.2 percent alcohol by volume, approximately the same as a light beer. Alcohol is derived from the fermentation of sugar and starches. Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram, but those calories have no nutritional value. Drinking alcohol can affect your mental state, making you "tipsy." It slows your reflexes and muddles your ability to reason. You should never drive or operate machinery after drinking alcohol. If you are going to drink alcoholic beverages, moderation is the key.


The American Heart Association recommends that women have no more than one serving of alcohol each day and men should have no more than two servings daily. Monitoring your alcohol intake can reduce your caloric intake and also help reduce your risks for heart disease and other health conditions.

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