Friday, June 9, 2023

4 Tricks To Make Your Morning Coffee Healthier

If you’re anything like more than half of Americans, you probably cannot start your day without a full cup of coffee in your hands. Although coffee can be pretty great it’s not always good for your body. Luckily, with just a few simple adjustments, you can actually make your morning coffee healthy.

Here are a few simple tricks you can do to boost your favorite beverage and start enjoying all of the benefits it offers.

1. Stop Adding Extra Sugar

First off, we need to tell you to stop adding sugar to your coffee. While it may have become a habit in the last few years, it’s crucial for you to stop this silly habit as soon as possible if you appreciate your health in the slightest.

We don’t even need to start telling you about negative effects sugar can have on your body – you definitely already know them. So instead of going out of your way to get up early and go out for a latte, why not try making your own black coffee in the morning in the comfort of your home?

2. Add Some Cinnamon

If plain old black coffee sounds tasteless to you, why not try to spice things up a bit? And instead of adding refined sugar, you should add some organic spices to make things more interesting. The best spice you can actually add is cinnamon.

Sprinkling some cinnamon into your cup will not only add a ton of flavor, but it will also improve your health in the long run. For instance, cinnamon can lower both your blood glucose and cholesterol. There’s no better way of starting a day than adding some spice and energy to the mix, right?

3. Try Adding Butter

Speaking of flavor, coconut oil is one of the best and healthiest addition people make to their coffee. However, we are aware that coconut oil is an acquired taste, therefore, we have a far simpler suggestion for your morning coffee – butter.

Commonly known as bulletproof coffee, this trendy little beverage can boost your energy for a couple of hours, lessen your hunger pangs throughout the day, and even help your weight loss situation. Also, it’s strangely delicious, so you should definitely try it as soon as possible.

4. Get Low Acid Coffee

Most people experience a mild burning sensation after eating spicy food. However, some people feel a mild burning sensation in their mid-to-upper chest area through the day. In most cases, the main culprit for this is none other than the regular morning cup of coffee.

If you fall into thr second category, make sure to get some coffee with low acid acidity. The coffee beans are roasted quite slowly, which reduces the amount of acidity significantly while allowing them to retain a strong taste. Basically, with low acid coffee, you can have your cake and eat it too.

Those are just a few tricks you can do to make your coffee not only delicious but also quite healthy. Of course, there are many more tricks you can do to make your cup of joe healthier for your body. What are some the tricks you picked up over the years?  Make sure to tell us all about it in the comment section below.

Andy Debolt
Andy is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism. When he isn't writing Andy enjoys water sports and spending time on the golf course.


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