Get More Out of Your Morning Coffee

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Get More Out of Your Morning Coffee

Coffee is a popular beverage around the world. Who doesn't like a warm cup of coffee in the morning to give that little boost of much-needed energy? Drinking coffee has many health benefits, including better energy levels, more fat burn and increase in physical performance.

So, if you are a coffee lover like I am, how can you get more benefits out of your morning espresso? Adding certain ingredients to your morning coffee will give you plenty more reasons to drink more than one or two cups daily.

Why add other ingredients to your coffee?

Some of the reasons to add more to your daily cuppa includes:

  • Boost Energy
  • Better Fat Loss
  • Reduction of Inflammation
  • Stabilise Sugar Levels
  • Consistent Energy Levels
  • Added Vitamins and Antioxidants

What can you add to your morning coffee?

There’s a range of ingredients that you can add to your expresso to get the full benefits of caffeine plus more. Here are some popular ones that will give you more energy, mental focus and help with fat loss.

1.    Grass-fed Butter

Adding grass-fed butter to your coffee will provide a range of nutrients including CLA, omega-3s, beta-carotene, antioxidants and A, K, D and E vitamins. Adding butter to your coffee will help you increase energy and also regulate appetite. Butter may help to fight digestive disorders and may promote gut health.


2.    Cinnamon

Sprinkle your morning cuppa with some cinnamon, which will deliver a dose of antioxidants. This spice is loaded with 41 protective compounds that may help to lower cancer risk as well as boost the immune system.

3.    Cacao

Cacao is a powerful antioxidant, and it’s the highest plant-based source of iron. It also has some anti-inflammatory properties, which will help to lower blood pressure, increase good cholesterol (HDL) and decrease the bad one (LDL). This potent chocolaty powder has cognitive and mood enhancing benefits, as well as anti-depressive qualities.

4.    Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT)

Mostly extracted from coconut oil, MCT oils are easily digested by the body. Adding MCTs will promote a range of benefits including weight loss. *For more information on MCT oils and its health benefits clicke here.

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5.    Turmeric

The main compound found in turmeric is curcumin, and this compound is known for its antiviral, antifungal, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Adding turmeric to your coffee will help with metabolism and wellbeing.

6.    Black Pepper Extract

Increase nutrient absorption, meaning when you have a coffee with this compound, you are more likely to feel all the benefits of having coffee for a prolonged time.

Final Notes

Having a coffee in the morning will give you the power to kickstart your day, so why not try something else to really give you the benefits of improved energy and fat loss? There are many benefits to adding a little “something” to your daily coffee.

Whether you are looking for improved energy levels, better fat loss or anti-inflammatory properties, having a powered-up coffee will give you so much more than just a little kick of energy.

Recommended Products

I have picked a few products that I love for its significant amount of caffeine but also added ingredients that will help to boost energy, fat loss and reduce inflammation.

Revolver MCT Coffee by Green Tea X50

Featuring a blend of MCT and hydrolysed collagen, which will help to increase cognitive function, improve performance and also reduce appetite. 


One - High Performance Coffee by Before You Speak

This premium coffee has a blend of MCT, Siberian Ginseng, turmeric and black pepper. You'll increase mental clarity, fat loss and also reduce inflammation. 


Clean Coffee TX100 by Body Science BSc

This cup of coffee has been carefully mixed with energising MCT, apple cider vinegar, and Bluenesse to help keep you mentally alert and focused.



Health & Fitness Writer

I am a journalist/writer who loves the health and fitness industry. I graduated from the University of Queensland in 2008, and I have been involved in the fitness and health industry for many years. I have taught Body Pump in the past and competed at WBFF. I love writing and researching about nutrition and supplements. In my spare time, you'll find me at the beach.

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