Make Your Coffee Healthier With One Ingredient

Putting coconut to your cofffee

We are all coffee lovers here that’s why everything about coffee especially the coffee health we are all interested in knowing it.

Who doesn’t want to know how to make our cup of coffee healthier? I bet you all want to know! Who doesn’t like this kind of news nowadays?

With today’s coffee generation where most of us drink more than eight cups of coffee a day which is not ideal or should I say good for our health, we want to know how to make our coffee healthier without degrading the taste of it.

So here’s how you can make your coffee healthier using only one ingredient, simply add a spoonful of coconut oil to your coffee.

Coconut oil has been gaining a lot of popularity in the fast growing community of health conscious people. There are lot’s of uses and health benefits we can get from coconut oil. If we can use coconut oil to baby bottoms and to cooking up some fabulous tasting eggs, why not put also some coconut oil to our cup of coffee?

Why is coconut oil good?

Coconut oil is a medium-chain fatty acid with a high saturation level. The main fats in coconut oil are caprylic acid, lauric acid, and capric acid. Most fats take much more effort from the body to be digested (26 steps), whereas coconut oil is digested much easier (3 steps). Because it is a medium-chain fatty acid, coconut oil is processed by the liver, so it is converted into energy rather than stored as fat.

Coconut oil is described as one of the healthiest saturated fats on the earth.

Back in the day’s coconut oil has already been used for many purposes. People use coconut for a wide number of health problems these include kidney stones, nausea, rash, scurvy, infections, wounds, asthma, colds, constipation, cough, earache, fevers, jaundice, kidney stones, lice, ulcers and much more.

Several studies have confirmed that coconut oil has the ability to increase the good cholesterol HDL. In other studies, women and men were fed a diet containing coconut oil and butter. Researchers found that coconut oil increased energy in study participants and was able to help with weight maintenance or weight loss.

What is even more amazing are the results of a study of women with stage III and stage IV breast cancer. The 60 women were fed a diet containing virgin coconut oil and experienced an overall improved quality of life. Coconut oil also reduced the side effects of chemotherapy.

Why put coconut in coffee?

Putting coconut oil in your cup of coffee may sound strange but replacing processed coffee creamers to coconut oil is a smart move, the result is actually quite delicious and highly nutritious. The combination of caffeine and saturated fat gives the body a lasting energy boost.

Here’s a simple tropical coffee with coconut oil;

1. Brew a high quality of organic coffee or any coffee of your choice.
2. After brewing place it in the blender and add one tablespoon of organic coconut oil.
5. If you like your coffee a little bit sweet, add one teaspoon of coconut crystals or stevia.
4. Blend and enjoy.

This coffee is frothy and rich, with a wonderfully smooth taste that is very satisfying.

Adding coconut oil to your cup of coffee is a great way to give your body a burst of energy throughout the day.

Try this amazing coffee trick and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.