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Cappuccino Nutrition Information

Originating in Italy, a traditional cappuccino is a combination of espresso (a type of concentrated coffee), milk and in some case...

Directions for a Coffee Enema

Coffee enemas are treatments used to detox your body. The way they do this is by triggering your liver's production and distributi...

French Press Coffee Nutrition Facts

The French press, also referred to as a cafetiere, has been around since the 1850s. According to Galla Coffee, the exact origin of...

Coffee & Gastrointestinal Problems

Many contradictory studies about coffee have come out over the years. Some tout coffee’s health benefits, while others warn ...

Does Coffee Really Give You Energy?

Exalted by some and reviled by others, coffee is part of the daily routine of approximately 55 percent of adult Americans, accordi...

Coffee & Insulin Resistance

Coffee affects the human body in a number of ways. Almost everyone is familiar with the jitters and anxiety that can occur when yo...

Vitamins for Coffee Drinkers

Even though a warm cup of coffee can jump-start your day or provide an afternoon pick-me-up, this popular brewed beverage may also...

Can a Type 2 Diabetic Drink Coffee?

If you have Type 2 diabetes, your primary focus is to avoid sugary foods and beverages so you can control your blood sugar. Regula...

Caffeine & Calories in a 12 Ounce Coffee With Sugar & Cream

Coffee is a favorite pick-me-up for many people. However, if you are diabetic or watching your weight, it’s important to kno...

Side Effects of Giving Up Coffee

Coffee is a drink brewed from roasted seeds of the Coffea arabica plant. It contains caffeine—a compound with stimulant pro...
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