8 Easy Tips to Make Your Coffee Super Healthy

Avoid low-fat and artificial creamers

These types of creamers are highly processed and may contain not-so-good ingredients. Natural foods are always a better choice, so instead of a non-dairy creamer add some full-fat cream to your coffee, preferably from grass-fed cows—it may reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

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12 thoughts on “8 Easy Tips to Make Your Coffee Super Healthy”

  1. Also use almond milk rather than cows milk for your coffee. The almond milk cost less than cows milk and almond milk, derived from almonds has the health advantage of probably decreasing the risk of certain types of cancers.

  2. I add 2 shots of rye whiskey every morning.Great way to start the day!!!!!!!!!!! Healthy too !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. almonds require exorbitant amounts of water to grow … milk is truly FOOD even if it IS a mammal’s other than human. Try to get raw milk, my state (NY) says no, but check the stats on raw milk safety. I drink it often, up to a gallon, YES , gallon a week.

  4. Joanne E Marron

    FRONK: If you are highly allergic to almonds do not drink this milk. A reaction can come on at any time you drink it which could range from mild to life threatening. Try soy milk or stick with cows milk. Good luck and enjoy!! 🙂

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