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Four Ways To Naturally Make Your Coffee Healthier

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More people are addicted to coffee than they would like to admit. Sure, the caffeine can be addictive, but it also has mind-blowing benefits. It can aid in reducing any risk of dementia — imagine that! However, there’s so much that coffee can do with a bit of extra natural additives.

 

With a healthy dose of vitamins, antioxidants and nutritious benefits in your daily java, you can get more out of your coffee. It can help in boosting your mood and energy and in protecting your heart. Even more tantalising, it can help enhance your s*x life.

 

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By taking coffee at the right time with the right natural additives you can kick-start your day the right way. Find out how you can use ginger, turmeric, cinnamon and mushrooms to achieve this.

 

Natural additives for your coffee

1. Ginger

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Ginger contains potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds. It can also treat nausea, reduce muscle pain, lower cholesterol and aid in digestion. So, if you aim to combat any or all of this, then ginger is your ticket.

How to serve

Finely grate your ginger and freeze in individual teaspoon servings. Then you can stir it into your coffee to give a slightly spicy, aromatic flavour to your java.

 

2. Turmeric

More people are addicted to coffee than they would like to admit. Sure, the caffeine can be addictive but it also has mind-blowing benefits. It can aid in reducing any risk of dementia

This earthy, golden spice is commonly used for it’s internal and external health benefits. Its medical benefits result from its compound, curcumin, which has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps aid liver detoxification, digestion and possibly depression.

How to serve

Mix your turmeric with a pinch of black pepper. This helps improve its bioavailability and effect even in smaller doses. Add to your coffee to reap its benefits.

 

3. Cinnamon

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Cinnamon has one of the highest antioxidant activity among other spices. It may also add protection to your heart and brain. According to a study on human cells, cinnamon can lower cancer risk and boost your immune system. The best cinnamon is Ceylon cinnamon, also known as “true” cinnamon. It has a higher quality and is safer to consume in large amounts.

How to serve

Stir half a teaspoon of cinnamon into your cup of coffee, or brew your coffee with one teaspoon of cinnamon mixed right into the coffee grounds.

 

4. Mushrooms

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Mushrooms contain antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting qualities. They can help fight cancer, liver disease and aid digestion. The best mushrooms for energy are Cordyceps mushrooms, while the best for stress and sleep are Reishi mushrooms.

How to serve

You can either use a mushroom powder or grind your mushroom. Another way is to simply buy mushroom coffee from the nearest coffee shop.

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