5 Coffee Additives That Make It Healthier

August 25, 2016, 4:46 p.m

The right cof­fee sup­ple­ment will make the fla­vored drink even tasti­er and health­i­er.


It is use­ful to drink 1–2 cups of cof­fee in the morn­ing.


Increas­es the effi­cien­cy of the brain and nor­mal­izes sleep. The aro­ma of vanil­la soothes, helps relieve stress, brings a sense of spir­i­tu­al com­fort. By the way, cof­fee with nat­ur­al vanil­la is a great option for the evening. After all, vanil­la is a well-known aphro­disi­ac. It is no coin­ci­dence that lovers find this smell very attrac­tive.


Cin­na­mon warms, invig­o­rates and improves mood.


Cof­fee with cin­na­mon warms well on frosty days. This smell dri­ves away bad thoughts and depres­sive mood, cre­ates an atmos­phere of trust and good­will. A cup of cof­fee with cin­na­mon is very use­ful when you feel that you are get­ting sick, and also when you are weak. The drink invig­o­rates and gives strength to a greater extent than cof­fee itself. It is use­ful to drink cof­fee with cin­na­mon and so. who dreams of los­ing weight, because it reduces crav­ings for sweets, and in addi­tion, its nat­ur­al bright taste imi­tates a dessert that is no longer real­ly need­ed in such a fra­grant con­text.


Lemon is rich in vit­a­min C and essen­tial oils.


All cit­rus fruits increase tone. And vit­a­min C, which is rich in lemon, neu­tral­izes the harm­ful effects of caf­feine on blood ves­sels. Keep in mind, a cup of cof­fee with lemon can cheer you up with­out any side effects.


Enhances the antiox­i­dant prop­er­ties of cof­fee and com­pen­sates for the harm of caf­feine. In par­tic­u­lar, milk pre­vents cal­ci­um leach­ing and pro­tects the gas­tric mucosa from irri­ta­tion.


Milk and car­damom com­pen­sate for the harm of caf­feine.


Cof­fee with car­damom per­fect­ly refresh­es, tones and invig­o­rates. And at the same time helps pre­vent colds and even relieves pain. After a cup of cof­fee with car­damom, many peo­ple feel more relaxed and ready to move moun­tains at work. And car­damom neu­tral­izes the over­ly aggres­sive effects of caf­feine.

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