Tips To Boost Your Daily Coffee With Antioxidants And Vitamins!

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Tips to boost your daily coffee with antioxidants and vitamins

Here are the tips to boost your daily coffee with antioxidants and vitamins. All you coffee lovers out there, you don’t have to sacrifice your cup of love. I could never imagine starting my day without my coffee. 

Tips To Boost Your Daily Coffee With Antioxidants And Vitamins

I have been trying to make my coffee as healthy as possible and guess what, I have a few Tips to boost our daily coffee with antioxidants and vitamins. The best part is that coffee still tastes amazing.

 

  • Maca coffee for bad  mood days

Maca coffee

 

You can get hold of maca power from any of the local health stores. Maca powder is made from the roots of the maca plant, this plant has been used for years as a fertility enhancing and hormone balancing natural treatment. This plant has also been used to enhance energy in athletics. The maca powder hold over 20 amino acids, high concentrations of vitamin C, 20 free fatty acids and high protein content. This could be the best way to give a healthy start to your day. You can store the maca powder in an airtight container in your fridge to make it last longer.

To get the complete benefit of this coffee, use about 1 to 3 spoons of maca in your coffee every day.

Here is a recipe:

  • 1 cup of fresh, hot coffee
  • Vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp raw cacao powder,
  • 1/4 tsp ground turmeric
  • tsp ground ginger
  • a pinch of black pepper
  • 1 tsp raw maca powder

Blend the more above ingredients to make your coffee a power-packed health drink.

  • Sprinkle Cinnamon for Heart Health

Have you tried adding a little cinnamon to your coffee- if you haven’t then I strongly recommend this one? Not only does it make the coffee delicious bit is also one of the best ways to make the coffee antioxidant rich. Cinnamon is a magical health spice with 41 protective compounds. studies have shown that cinnamon can help in lowering risk for cancer and also to safe guide the immune system.

To prepare a delicious cup of cinnamon coffee, it’s best to use Ceylon cinnamon, which is also known as “true” cinnamon. Add 1/2 tsp. of cinnamon into your cup of coffee and take a sip. Trust me the rest would be a bliss.

  • Mushroom coffee

Mushroom coffee

Mushroom coffee?? Sounds weird right, wait till you try this one. Mushrooms have antioxidants, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting. Using this in your coffee can make the drink one powerful drink. According to various studies, it has been identified that mushroom has anti-cancer and liver disease preventives as well.  Adding mushrooms in coffee can also soothe your stomach and help aid in digestion. To prepare mushroom coffee, but some mushroom powder and add it to your coffee. It’s easy as well as healthy.

  • Turmeric Coffee

The power of turmeric need not be explained. Turmeric powder has been used widely for traditions as a staple health and beauty product. Turmeric is antibiotic in nature making it one of the best natural additives to make ur coffee a healthy drink.  To make this coffee, blend your espresso 1 tsp turmeric, and 1 tbsp of melted coconut oil. It’s yummy. If you prefer to spice upon your coffee a little bit then you can add in a pinch of pepper

  • Ginger coffee

Ginger coffee

Ginger has been a common treatment for nausea since centuries and is loaded with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds. To prepare this healthy drink to add up to 1 tsp. of ginger directly to your cup of coffee. To make it a bit more health friendly ditch artificial sweeteners and sugar.

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I hope you found the above Tips to boost your daily coffee with antioxidants and vitamins. Try these recipes out and let me know which one is your favorite. See you soon with another health hack soon.

Jasmine is a certified sports nutritionist from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN). she has a first class bachelor's degree in Exercise, Nutrition and Health and a Master's degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science. Jasmine has worked as a sports nutritionist and trainer for 4 years, and has helped hundreds of people transform their physiques. She has worked with many professional athletes and teams including professional bodybuilders (men and woman). Jasmine bridges the gap between science and real-world application. She applies the latest research into her blog writing and consulting practices.

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