How Your Coffee Creamer is Making You Fat

Coffee is the source of antioxidants that Americans consume the most.

It has been demonstrated to lessen the risk of type 2 diabetes, postpone the onset of Alzheimer's disease, and assist regulate Parkinson's disease symptoms.

Did we mention that people who drink coffee are less likely to experience depression?

Not That! Flavored Creamers

Take International Delight French Vanilla Creamer as an illustration. 

In addition to being entirely free of dairy (the main ingredients are water, sugar, soybean oil

 it also contains trans fats, which have been associated to metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease, as well as carrageenan, a stabilizer that has been connected to inflammation in the body.

One additional 15 pounds on your derriere every year can be attributed to the one cup of coffee with 1/4 cup of creamer.

Eat This! All-Natural Substitutes

The ideal creamer is a splash of milk since it contains calcium,

which can help counteract the calcium-robbing effects of the caffeine, and vitamins A, D, and B12, which are essential for bone health. 

along with a teaspoon of vanilla or almond flavoring and a natural liquid sweetener, such as agave, maple syrup, or honey, to taste.

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