Pumpkin spice, maple spice, pecan, vanilla…however you take it, a good latte is delightful. A good latte can also be deceptively, unexpectedly caloric — and fattening if you are topping off your sweet drink with a touch of whipped cream. Think I’m exaggerating? Let’s get some perspective: a grande (16-ounce) Starbucks latte made with whole… Continue Reading →
In 2018, a California judge ruled that coffee companies must post warnings about acrylamide in coffee. Shortly after, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) reversed the ruling, stating that coffee does “not pose a significant risk of cancer”1. The United States Food and Drug Administration supported this decision, stating that warnings “would be… Continue Reading →
While coffee has countless mental, physical, and emotion benefits if consumed in moderation, excessive consumption can lead to pain, nervousness, and in severe cases, death.
Did you know that turmeric, that lovely, aromatic, golden spice provides many of the same health benefits¹ of coffee? Combining these ingredients creates both a healthy and delicious latte. Best of all, it is easy to make and done in minutes. Enjoy!
One drink that helps employees learn new things faster, confidently express ideas, engage in constructive debate, and increase overall happiness? Coffee. While it may sound too good to be true, recent research shows that coffee offers employees numerous social, psychological, and intellectual benefits. If you like the sound of that, keep reading to learn about the advantages of drinking coffee in the workplace.
If you love a sweet, creamy latte but could do without the extra sugar or milk, we encourage you to try these delicious, deceptively healthy drinks. From under the radar classics to chocolaty treats, there’s a lot to be said for a good-for-you, tastes too-good-to-be-true coffee drink! The classics There are many traditional low calorie… Continue Reading →
Hearing things lately? Depending on how great an adventurer you are, what I am about to tell you will either be viewed as gravely disturbing or delightful, in a twisted sort of way. Recent studies have found that people with high stress, who drink three or more cups of coffee per day are more likely to hallucinate.