Just a myth or is it actually true?

The belief that calories are the sole measure of a healthy diet has long become outdated. It is much more important to have a varied diet: something of everything, but not too much. Keeping this motto in mind when quenching your thirst will ensure you don’t get fat. If you also make sure you do an adequate amount of exercise, you can enjoy your beer without any fear of flab.

Who would have thought that a 0.2 l glass of beer (76 kcal) has less calories than, for instance, a glass of apple juice (0.2 l, 96 kcal) or that a beaker of low-fat yoghurt (200 g, 146 kcal) has more than double as many calories as the same amount of beer?