Whiskey drinkers lose weight and gain muscle

Tequila drinkers have lost up to 20 pounds and gained muscle, new research shows.

The new findings, published in the journal Obesity, are based on measurements of the bodies of 50 people, who were all young and healthy.

They also compared their weight loss with that of their peers.

The researchers found that for the people who drank a daily glass of tequila, their waist circumference (the area around the belly button) dropped from 33 inches (9 cm) to 27 inches (75 cm).

But for the tequila drinkers, their hips increased by an average of 4 inches (10 cm), their thighs increased by 1.5 inches (4 cm), and their abs increased by 0.2 inches (2 cm).

The results may surprise you: Tequila has a reputation as being high in calories, but the researchers found no evidence to support this.

Instead, they suggested that the effects of teas on metabolism may depend on how much calories a person consumes.

This means teas can help weight loss by stimulating the body’s natural appetite for fat and reducing appetite for sugar, according to the study authors.

But it’s also possible that they may contribute to weight gain, they wrote.

“Although we found no significant effect of teavas on body weight in adults, we did find an inverse relationship between teavana consumption and weight gain,” the authors wrote.

Teavana has been used in traditional medicine for centuries as a powerful diuretic and laxative.

It is currently used to treat constipation, constipation-related urinary tract infections, and constipation associated with diabetes.

It has been linked to weight loss, lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer, and reducing the risk for obesity and Type 2 diabetes.