10 Ways Your Coffee Is Making You Gain Weight

"The American Heart Association recommends limiting added sugar to 24 grams per day for women and 36 grams per day for men

Sweet ingredients

 keto and paleo fans are big on bulletproof coffee—which is packed with coconut oil, butter, or MCT oil—they lack carbohydrates

Drink Keto coffee

Even items like sugary Frappuccinos can fit into a healthy diet in small amounts, where a tall is 12 ounces

It's too large

Protein, fiber, and produce are the keys to a healthy, balanced diet to help keep you satisfied and manage hunger.

Drinking as a meal

 Whipped cream is simply excess calories and doesn't contain any nutrition. Plus, it's a gateway to adding on cocoa bits, drizzles

Add whipped cream

The perfect zero calorie addition to your morning brew; however, folks that use artificial sweeteners are more likely to consume

Artificial sweeteners

 Oat milk cappuccino at your local café is that baristas usually use the flavored versions that contain added sugars

Sweetened nut milk

Coffee drinks might seem like a quicker option, but they're not ideal as they're loaded up with one big culprit

Bottled coffees

The Whipped Coffee trend might have taken over social media, but it's not necessarily diet friendly

Go with what's trendy

you should stop sipping on frappuccinos (those are sugar bombs!) or cold cream drinks that have a thick

Frappuccinos or cold cream

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