Obviously, you want to stay away from too much sugar in your coffee. But don’t let the naysayers and the so-called “nutritionists” keep you away from adding some fatty cream, or even butter, to your coffee.
Blending nutrients into your coffee with healthy fats is an old-fashioned trick to keep you from being hungry. But in modern terms you might call it biohacking because the small drops of fat, or micelles, increase the absorption of the nutrients.
This is liquid biochemistry, and you will feel the difference after you drink your coffee.
Here are some of our favorite articles about the health benefits of coffee. For more information, visit our Coffee page.
Advertising and hype is everywhere. So it takes some effort to look behind the claims at the evidence. But as you look further into the claims about coffee’s potential health effects, it’s getting hard to argue the drink’s many benefits.
Your morning coffee may give you the energy to start your day, but did you also know that daily coffee habit is good for your health, especially your cardiovascular health?
The rich smell is almost irresistible. Most people crave it in the morning. So many choices, so many health benefits.
Here’s another reason to drink coffee. Research at Cornell shows that the beverage contains chlorogenic acid, a powerful antioxidant that protects the retina in the eye.