Tea is the world’s most frequently consumed beverage after water. Coffee is also incredibly popular (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source). In the United States, more than 85% of adults consume caffeine regularly, with an average daily intake of 180 mg, which … Continue reading Green Tea vs. Coffee: Which Is Better for Your Health?
Green tea has gotten props for years for its health benefits, but there’s one type in particular that really stands out: matcha. In case you’re not familiar with it, matcha is a bright green drink that’s made by taking young … Continue reading How Much Caffeine Is In Matcha? Is Matcha Stronger Than Coffee?
If you make coffee at home every morning, you may be used to chucking the coffee grounds in the garbage afterwards. Yes, they keep the scent of coffee lingering in your kitchen for hours or days, but research published in … Continue reading Coffee Grounds Uses for Skin, Hair, Cleaning and More
Coffee is a part of our morning routine in the United States. Most people can’t function properly without their first cup of coffee in the morning. What do you reach for when you wake up in the morning – a … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Water Over Coffee in the Morning
Ingredients: one 8-ounce cup of organic black coffee 1 scoop collagen powder made from bone broth 1 scoop beef gelatin (optional) 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter 1 … Continue reading Keto Coffee Recipe … or Butter Coffee
Starbucks announced this week that it would be offering a free coffee to those who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting today, any customer who identifies as a “first responder or frontline worker supporting our healthcare system” … Continue reading Starbucks Is Giving Free Coffee To First Responders During The Coronavirus Outbreak
Walking down the the dairy aisle is literally nuts these days. Seriously, where there used to be only cow’s milk, countless nut milks and other plant-based alternatives (hellooo, oat milk) are now taking over. Though almond milk held court as … Continue reading Oat Milk vs. Almond Milk: Which Is Healthier? Dietitians Weigh In
If you’re a regular coffee drinker (and rely on the stuff to help you get off the struggle bus in the morning), you’ve probably wondered why anyone, ever would want to drink decaf. I mean, what’s coffee without the buzz? … Continue reading Is Decaf Coffee Good Or Bad, And How Much Caffeine Is In It?
If the dairy aisle could do the #10yearchallenge, it wouldn’t even recognize itself. I mean, half of what’s in the dairy aisle these days isn’t even dairy at all. Back in the day, you had just a few types of … Continue reading Types of Milk, Explained: From Skim To Whole Milk To Oat Milk
The holidays are a time for giving. That’s the lesson we’ve all been taught since our childhood, and luckily, some people never forget it. That’s especially true for Tim Hortons customers, who seem to be keeping up a special holiday … Continue reading Tim Hortons Customers Are Being Extra Generous To Each Other For The Holidays
Thankfully, coffee is one of the things you don’t have to give up on the high-fat keto diet–if you drink it the right way. If your daily cup is topped with whipped cream or contains flavored syrups or sugary creamers, … Continue reading Low-Carb Keto-Friendly Coffee Creamers
Tracking down a healthy way to sweeten up your coffee or baked goods can feel like mission impossible. You know that piling on tons of granulated sugar isn’t exactly an A+ idea for your health, but what about all those … Continue reading Agave Vs. Honey: Which Is Healthier, According To Nutritionists
For millions of people around the world, the thought of a coffee detox is unthinkable. Not only is sipping a cup of coffee each morning an integral part of their daily routine, but it also provides a burst of energy … Continue reading Coffee Detox
There are a few agreed-upon pleasures in life: Food is definitely one of them, coffee’s a close second, followed by photos of Chris Evans doing literally anything. Intermittent fasting—while, yeah, can help with weight loss—takes away one of those pleasures … Continue reading Can You Have Black Coffee While Intermittent Fasting?
Coffee is one of the things you (thankfully) don’t have to give up if you’re on the keto diet—as long as you do it right. If it’s topped with whipped cream, or if it contains flavored syrups or sugary creamers, … Continue reading The 15 Best Low-Carb Keto-Friendly Coffee Creamers
Every week it seems like there’s a new study either praising or demonizing a particular food — and it makes it hard to know whether that glass of “heart-healthy” red wine is actually good for your health. That’s why researchers … Continue reading 5+ Super Heart-Healthy Foods – Best Foods For A Good Heart
Coffee is one of life’s pleasures, and it’s a superfood, too—linked to a reduced risk of heart attack and dementia, among other conditions. A dose of caffeine also helps clear your head, hone your focus, and improve your gym performance, says Frances Largeman-Roth, … Continue reading How to Make Coffee at Home
If you’re on the keto diet, you might be craving a variety of things—including more choices. The high-fat, low-carb eating plan is super restrictive. But we just found out that Starbucks is expanding its keto-friendly options, so your morning caffeine run doesn’t have … Continue reading There Is A New Keto Starbucks Drink
A new study says there is a right time to drink coffee so it’s most effective. U.S. Army researchers created a computer algorithm that studies sleep … Continue reading U.S. Army Figures Out What Time Drinking Coffee Is Most Effective
Did you know that digestion begins in the mouth — and that without proper saliva production it can be difficult to digest foods properly? Saliva contains two essential digestive enzymes: amylase, which breaks down starches, and lingual lipase, which breaks … Continue reading Dry Mouth Causes + 9 Natural Dry Mouth Remedies
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scientists haven’t rendered a verdict on whether coffee is good or bad for you, but a California judge has. He says coffee sellers in the state should have to post cancer warnings. The culprit is a … Continue reading Judge Rules Starbucks And Other Coffee Should Come With A Cancer Warning
If you’ve been to a supermarket recently, there’s no doubt you’ve seen the wide variety of flours available. These days, you can get your pick of wheat-free flours ranging from almond flour to cricket flour (yes, that kind of cricket!). … Continue reading Coffee Flour: the Trendy New Gluten-Free Flour
I have always laughed at people who suggest, in all seriousness, that fruit should be considered dessert. A slice of chocolate cake is dessert. Talenti banana chocolate swirl ice cream is dessert. But apples and peanut butter? Or frozen grapes? … Continue reading Sugar Detox – What I Learned From 31 Days On A No-Sugar Diet
Drop 10 pounds, just by sipping your favorite java! Research shows that drinking eight ounces of coffee (for reference, a Starbucks tall is 12 ounces) can rev your metabolism by as much as 4 percent over two and a half … Continue reading How Coffee Can Help You Lose 10 Pounds Per Year
Cooking and eating meals at home is a healthier, cheaper, better way to eat—that’s nothing new to you. But we’d be lying if we said it was always convenient. Planning recipes, prepping all your ingredients, and packing the finished product … Continue reading The Best Meal Prep Gear
One late night? Coffee has your back the next morning. That double latte will even help perk you up after two nights of binge-watching in a row. But after that, you’re on your own, according to a new study from … Continue reading Caffeine Is Pretty Much Useless After You Hit This Point
You probably wouldn’t normally associate your morning cup of coffee with napping — in fact, quite the opposite. But as it turns out, the coffee nap is actually a thing, and it could very well be right what you need … Continue reading Coffee Naps Are the Energy-Boosting Hack You Didn’t Know You Needed
You might think of coffee as your “vice,” but believe it or not studies show that in many instances coffee consumers have a lower risk of several serious diseases compared to non-consumers. Continue reading Green Coffee Bean: Do Benefits Outweigh Risks of This Weight Loss Supplement?