Instant coffee seems like it should have most of the health benefits that other brewing approaches offer but is this really the case? Can we get health benefits from instant coffee or should we turn to other ways of making coffee?
Coffee is an extremely common habit and is often considered to be unhealthy. Yet, as these posts show, there is considerable evidence for the health benefits of coffee.
Creamer substitutes are a great way to make your coffee taste great. They’re also healthy, unlike some commercial creamers. Check them out!
Protein powder isn’t a normal choice for coffee but the idea does have considerable merit. After all, both coffee and protein powder offer health benefits – and combining the two is easier than you may think.
Adding coconut oil to coffee isn’t as odd as it sounds. Coffee made this way offers a burst of energy and can help suppress your hunger. But, is it good for you? Additional research was recently released about consuming coconut oil and we cover that here as well.
Here in this updated article we explore the latest coffee benefits for your health, including decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer and gallstones, while also having cognitive implications and even promoting longevity.