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Coffee’s great when you need to wake up or stay awake; it’s even better when you know all of the many health benefits that coffee – and caffeine – can provide.
You can’t read about the keto diet without reading about keto coffee; it can help those following keto guidelines, but it’s not a weight loss “magic button.”
Black coffee is certainly a good beverage choice when you’re trying to wake up or stay awake; evidence shows that it’s also very good for you.
Black coffee wakes you up and helps you stay awake, of course, but it also provides an enormous number of health and wellness benefits.
You’ll often hear debates about the relative merits of espresso and coffee, but that’s missing an important point: espresso is coffee, just brewed differently.
Thanks in large part to Starbucks and local coffee shops, Americans drink more espresso than ever – and there are good reasons to prefer it over brewed coffee.
Bulletproof coffee has recently become a “fad drink,” but there’s a good reason for that; its ingredients are extremely helpful, and healthy, for keto dieters.
Coffee is perfect for keto if you drink it black; if you add sugar and milk instead of keto-friendly creamer and sweeteners, you can fall right out of ketosis.
Butter coffee is the same as bulletproof or keto coffee: coffee with added butter and MCT oil; it’s a favorite of keto dieters, but there are some drawbacks.
It’s human nature to lose focus at times, but that’s no consolation if there’s work to be done; there are many easy ways to maintain focus and productivity.
Monk fruit extract is the perfect sugar substitute for diabetics or those on the keto diet, but it also provides a number of major health benefits to all users.
Lots of sweeteners are supposedly great choices for low-carb keto diets, but only a few are able to provide important benefits without major drawbacks.
MCT oil is an ingredient often used by many keto dieters, but it may help anyone trying to lose weight, and it can be consumed in many different ways.
Low-carb dieters shouldn’t just pay attention to what they eat; what you drink can also make or break your diet, and there are some great low-carb choices.
When people talk about the keto diet, they usually talk about what you can’t eat and drink; the good news is that you can drink a number of delicious beverages.
It’s difficult to read about dieting these days without hearing about MCT oil and its benefits – but bulletproof keto coffee is far from the only way to use it.
In a fractured society, one thing that brings us together is how much we love our morning coffee; there are scientific reasons why it’s a key part of our lives.
Many sugar substitutes, from honey to sugar alcohol and stevia, are natural – but only a few sweeteners provide health benefits with no calories or carbs.
Bulletproof coffee, a staple for many keto dieters, contains MCT oil; substituting coconut oil may not provide all of the benefits, but can make a lot of sense.
Losing focus is a common problem at work, and even at home; it can be caused by physical or mental health issues – or simply by poor workplace habits.
Everyone knows that caffeine is a stimulant that can wake you up or keep you awake – but it does a lot more than that, providing numerous health benefits.
What are antioxidants and what foods contain them? We rounded up our favorite foods that are delicious and antioxidant-rich!
Here are some of the best Keto products you have to grab next time you plan a trip to Costco!
The search for a healthy coffee is over. These 5 reasons will convince you to ditch the added sugar and switch to Super Coffee!
Dairy-free coffee creamers are pretty common these days, but some are quite unhealthy while others are good for you, low-carb, low-fat, low-calorie and yummy.
“Best coffee creamers” means different things when searching for best tasting, healthiest, best dairy-free or best keto creamers; here’s a full rundown.
There are so many sugar substitutes that it’s hard to know if any of them are good for you; most aren’t, but novel sweeteners like monk fruit and stevia are.
The popularity of keto dieting means there’s a huge variety of keto-friendly commercial products, including bulletproof and plant-based coffee creamers.
You’ll never think of blueberries the same way - they’re more than just a staple in your fridge! With all their dietary and health benefits, blueberries truly are a SUPER fruit.
Most of us rely on caffeine to keep us awake and energize us; the peak effects, however, only last a few hours before the caffeine starts to metabolize.
It’s pretty well known that caffeine may help relieve a tension headache, and maybe even a migraine – but caffeine consumption can also cause headaches, too.
Caffeine is found in dozens of plants, many used for beverages and foods we love; it also comes from factories that produce synthetic versions of the stimulant.
It’s a common belief that there’s more caffeine in espresso than in regular brewed coffee – but when you look at the numbers, that’s really not true.
Everyone knows that you can get a caffeine boost from both coffee and tea, but there’s a big difference in the amount of caffeine each one contains.
We consume caffeinated beverages to wake us up and keep us alert, but some believe caffeine makes them tired; in truth, the caffeine isn’t the real culprit.
Most coffee creamers are easy to use and they taste good, but they’re not very good for you; easy-to-find healthy coffee creamers are a much smarter choice.
Coffee-Mate coffee creamer has been around forever, while Super Creamer is new to the market; one has lots of flavors, but the other is actually good for you.
International Delight produces a dizzying array of non-dairy coffee creamers, but Super Coffee’s Super Creamer tastes just as good and is much better for you.
There’s been enormous growth in the “healthy coffee creamer” market; two top contenders are Super Creamer and Prymal, but one is slightly better for you.
Starbucks now sells a line of creamers that makes coffee taste very much like their famous coffee drinks, but Super Creamer is tasty too, and much healthier.
You’ve probably heard at least a mention of the latest sugar substitute, monk fruit sweetener; here’s what it is, how it works, and why it’s so impressive.
Keto coffee, often called bulletproof coffee, can supercharge a keto diet – but its benefits are best enjoyed in moderation, and only by keto dieters.
Instant coffee sometimes gets a bad rap; some brands are ordinary at best, but others come close to the quality you’d expect from a cup of freshly-brewed java.
If you’ve been shocked by the size of the menu at a coffeehouse or Starbucks, you’re not alone; here’s a connoisseur’s guide to the many yummy types of coffee.
Cold brew coffee is nothing like iced coffee; it’s smoother and sweeter, it doesn’t contain ice, it can be drunk hot or cold – and it’s made very differently.
Caffè mocha is a relatively new espresso drink, and there are several ways it can be made; however, espresso, steamed milk and chocolate make them all great.
Making a great macchiato isn’t difficult, but exactly what is it? An espresso macchiato is the opposite of a latte macchiato, and neither one is a mochaccino.
Lactose-free milk and other dairy products have become widely available – but be careful; lactose-free doesn’t mean the same thing as dairy-free or non-dairy.
Keto dieters often add MCT oil and butter to make their coffee “bulletproof,” but you don’t have to be on keto to enjoy MCT oil’s many health benefits.
You might think cappuccino has been around as long as Italy has, but the espresso and milk drink is actually a 20th century re-invention of an Austrian classic.
Coffee is fine to drink on the keto diet, but milk can be problematic because of its carbs; however, you can buy or make great substitute keto creamers.
You badly need coffee, but don’t have a coffee maker and can’t get to the coffee shop? No problem – here are six ways to make coffee without a coffee maker.
You can store coffee for quite a while, but that doesn’t mean you should; old coffee won’t hurt you, but natural oxidation causes coffee to go stale quickly.
Research shows that coffee is good for you, but many minimize the health benefits by the way they drink it; here’s how you can make your coffee even healthier.
Coffee is so much a part of our daily life that we seldom think about where it comes from, how it’s made, its many varieties or its many health benefits.
Monk fruit and stevia are the new, natural sweeteners gaining popularity; they’re both great sugar alternatives, but is there any difference between them?
A caffè Americano may sound very similar to regular American coffee, but it isn’t; it’s actually a more delicious espresso drink made with added hot water.
You hear a lot about monk fruit, but the fruit itself isn’t readily available or even useful; monk fruit sweetener, though, is a great natural sugar alternative
Despite a proliferation of fancy coffee drinks, black coffee is still very popular; it also still provides lots of health benefits, and still tastes delicious.
The latte didn’t become a big thing until about 70 years ago, but the mix of espresso and steamed milk is now the most popular coffee drink in America.
We use a unique blend of pea protein to add nutritious protein with a deliciously creamy flavor in our plant-based coffees and creamers.
There’s more to coffee than Starbucks, Dunkin’ and Nescafé; check this rundown of the high-quality beans and pre-ground choices available for every taste.
Green coffee is best known as a discredited weight-loss supplement, but this product of raw coffee beans can still provide a large number of health benefits.
Monk fruit sweetener is becoming quite popular as a sugar substitute because it has no calories, no carbs, a GI of zero, and added health benefits.
Mushroom coffee may sound rather nasty at first, but it’s not; it’s easy to make, it tastes almost exactly like regular coffee – and it’s great for your health.
One of the biggest challenges of the keto diet is figuring out exactly what you can and can’t eat; consult our complete guide before making your shopping list.
There are lots of keto-friendly vegetables but only a few keto-friendly fruits – and they’re relatively high in net carbs, so you can only eat them judiciously.
Vegetables are ordinarily the “safest” foods to eat when you’re on a weight loss diet, but many contain high levels of carbs and should be avoided on keto.
Many keto dieters rely on MCT oil to help them stay in ketosis, burn fat and lose weight, but MCT oil can provide many other important health benefits as well.
Keto dieting doesn’t mean you’re stuck drinking water and black coffee; there are lots of tasty options, even including Starbucks drinks and smoothies.
The popularity of keto dieting has introduced a new morning drink to the world: keto coffee, created by putting unsalted grass-fed butter and MCT oil in coffee.
L-theanine is one of the most promising dietary supplements; potential benefits include stress relief and cognitive improvement, with no serious side effects.
One “secret ingredient” that gives green tea its health benefits is l-theanine; it’s available in supplement form and can help with anxiety, sleep and more.
Energy drinks don’t have the reputation of being healthy, but the healthiest options have lots of caffeine with very few calories, little sugar and few carbs.
A naturally occurring superfood, monk fruit sweetener is naturally sugar free, low-carb and calorie-free. With all of its positive health benefits, no wonder it's our sweetener of choice in all of our flavored drinks!