Calories in Coffee


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Composition of the Best Healthy Coffee

Consuming the best healthy coffee really depends on what is added to it. Choose an all natural, zero-calorie sweetener such as Stevia instead of regular sugar. In addition avoid adding things like half-and-half, cream, or whole milk. Instead add 1% or skim milk. Avoid those sugary syrups like vanilla or hazelnut. Consumption of coffee, in moderation, has been proven to have many health benefits such as reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease, reduced risk of Parkinson’s disease, enhanced cognitive performance and reduced risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Overall, coffee does offer many benefits when consumed in moderation of 1-2 cups per day. Be careful because over consumption of caffeine can have many negative health implications. Caffeine dependency and withdrawal symptoms are very common for the regular coffee drinkers.

Nutrition Facts for Coffee

Coffee nutrition information can be found here, but on average contains only two calories. However the composition of coffee, especially the amount of caffeine varies between types. For one serving, espresso contains about 100 mg of caffeine; brewed coffee about 80-135mg, instant coffee about 65-100mg and decaf between 2-4mg. Based on what is added to coffee the nutrition information can change drastically. Adding in sugar, heavy cream, half and half, or whole milk increase both the caloric and fat content. Opt for skim milk and a zero calorie sweetener to keep the nutrition facts for coffee in a healthy range.


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