Do you find yourself wondering whether different types of creamer versus milk is better, not just in terms of taste, but in other aspects like health benefits, ingredients, and texture?
While many people still use milk to lighten their coffee in the morning, health experts do not recommend using whole milk in coffee because it can be high in carb and fat count, and allergenic potential. Milk powder, also very common, is just evaporated pasteurized milk that may contain additives to make up for the nutrients lost during the evaporation process. In addition, milk powder may reduce the flavor and texture of your coffee.
If you do need to add something in your coffee to reduce high acidity-levels, tooth discoloration, or you just prefer a lighter cup of joe, we recommend using instant creamer
Instant creamer is a non-dairy product that is highly suitable for lactose-interolant people. It can also draw out the richness and smoothness of the coffee without sacrificing nutrients
Our instant creamer, expertly designed by our registered dietician, contains superfoods and collagen protein to help nourish your body and mind. Each scoop of creamer contain collagen, MCT, and L-Theanine.
As you age, your body loses the ability to produce the pigmentation in your hair, causing it to grey and come lackluster. Free radicals can damage the cells part of your hair follicles. Collagen is a protein rich in amino acids that are often lacking in modern diets and scientifically proven to increase skin elasticity, improve hair growth, and restore damage from free radicals
MCT or Medium Chain Triglycerides are healthy fats that are broken down readily into ketones through rapid absorption to assist in fat burn, clean energy, and focus.
L-Theanine is a powerhouse amino acid that helps you stay clear minded and relaxed to significantly improve cognitive performance and reduce tiredness.