6 Ways to Add Vitamins and Antioxidants to Your Coffee
Are you often forgetting to take your vitamins? Us, too. But what will we never, ever forget? Our usual cup of coffee. In fact, we don't start our day until we've had it. So why not double your efforts?
With a teaspoon of something more in the morning, you can add a healthy dose of vitamins, antioxidants, and nutritional advantages to your daily caffeine fix. Yes, you read that correctly.
Cinnamon adds a potent (and delicious) dose of antioxidants to your morning cup of joe. For thousands of years, cinnamon has been used as both a spice and a medicine. The spice is strong in antioxidants (all 41 of them!) and has one of the highest antioxidant activity levels among spices.
If you just eat ginger in bread form, you're missing out on a slew of health benefits. One of the simplest ways to obtain said benefits? Pour some into your cup of coffee for a somewhat spicy, aromatic cup.
Coffee with... mushrooms? Allow us to explain. A fungi-infused beverage can provide some unexpected health benefits. Mushrooms are antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and immune-enhancing.
If you read health blogs, you've probably heard of the famed turmeric latte. For good cause, the earthy, golden spice is a big thing. Many of its medical advantages are derived from the component curcumin, which has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Maybe you've seen maca powder, which is manufactured from the maca root plant, in your local health store. Maca root has historically been used to boost fertility, and a study on rats revealed that it had hormone-balancing benefits.
Chocolate and coffee already sound like a combination made in heaven, don't they? It gets even better when you include the health benefits of raw cacao powder. This superfood is one of the most potent antioxidants available, as well as the richest plant-based source of iron.
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