If I don't get my coffee in the morning, it's not healthy for those unlucky enough to be around me.
Coffee is not healthy but some people like me cant do anything without a cup of coffee.
i don't drink coffee and i strongly believe that coffee is not good for health if taken for years. My mom had stroke, my dad had high blood pressure and my bro had diabetic. All of them drink coffee every day without fail except me. I can't take it. I will go bananas if i drink a sip!
In essence, plain black coffee does not have that much calories or vitamins or minerals. However, studies have shown that the antioxidants and the acids in the coffee can help keep cells healthy and prevent toxicity from the by products of our metabolism.
So to me, YES coffee is healthy. However, it's how you dress up your cup that affects the healthiness of your drink. Adding the creamer, milk, sugar, and other flavorings affects the taste as well as the nutritional value.
What I do instead is take a low fat creamer and coconut sugar as substitute, so that reduces my per cup to about less than 90 calories. As opposed to 300 to 400 calories for a Frap at Starbucks :-)
by Jessee R 6 years ago
Cold, flavored, hot, brewing, creamy.... coffee is the best day starter for me... Is it for you!How do you like a cup of your daily refreshing coffee?
by shlrdlph 8 years ago
will powdered coffee creamer hurt my dog, a quite abit fell on floor and he ate it befor i could...get to him
by nanderson500 5 years ago
What is your favorite kind of coffee?
by MaeMG 5 years ago
How do you take your coffee?I take mine with regular coffee (nope, it doesn't matter what brand or kind) and a hot chocolate packet/powder.
by Kelly Kline Burnett 4 years ago
What would you link of a coffee creamer that was also a healthy snack?Imagine going for the afternoon coffee and desiring to reach for the unhealthy snack too. What if you could take your coffee with an additive similar to powder cream or the creamers but that changed the coffee to include vitamins...
by Handicapped Chef 5 years ago
What do you eat or drink to stay healthy?
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