Health-ify Your Next Coffee Break
Posted by Healthy Living
April 19, 2017
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Do you have a
go-to coffee shop for a daily jolt? How about the perfect caffeinated beverage
to spice up that after-lunch work coma?
These tips and
tricks are for you!
Pick a smaller size: Try decreasing your size by one level.
Choose skim or non-fat milk: Reduce the amount of saturated fats you drink and eat.
Say no to whip: Your treat will still be delicious without whip cream. Is it too hard to say no? Why not cut the amount of whip cream in half?
Minimize the sugar: Asking for half of the syrup in your favorite latte or cappuccino will add up over the span of a month and even more over a year. Just try it and see what happens!
Share your treat: Have you been craving a delicious scone, or an apple- cinnamon- walnut muffin? Share it with a friend or co-worker!
Tips to re-do your next stop for coffee
This information was found on ChoosemyPlate.org.
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