Are there calories in coffee at all?

Every product should have its nutritional value on the label. That is where you will see the calorie count for it. In the case of coffee, you apparentlystart out with no calories, carbohydrates or any nutritional value whatsoever
That changes when you begin to add the sweeteners. Sugar and creamers are what adds the calories in coffee. The stimulating effects of coffee are the reason that many people will add coffee to their diets. Coffee and the unwanted calories that are in it will give you the extra energy to keep going at a fast pace throughout your day. Just how many calories are in your favorite coffee drinks may be something to consider. This information can help you better fine tune your diet.

Calorie count in your cup of Starbucks Coffee

Starbucks Coffee is arguably the most popular coffee in North America. With a large variety of coffee drinks, We tend to focus on the taste and forget the calorie count. If watching weight, one needs to be aware of the calories in these coffee drinks. For instance, a Frappucino in a large cup yields the impressive three hundred and thirty-one calories. That is three hundred and thirty one calories more then just coffee.
And the list continues to the Latte. A tall one has the impressive two hundred and ten calories. You can probably see that knowing the calorie count off these beverages can greatly improve your diet.

So what should you do, if you're on a diet and still want to drink coffee

When you fix coffee to your liking, chances are you will add calories. It is actually you who is adding the calories to your drink. So it is in your hands to change it.
Let's start with quantity.
Start by choosing a small cup, either eight or 12 ounces should be fine. When ordering, ask for fat free milk. This can save you from up to 80 grams of fat.
Do not forget the sweeteners. You should be able to find a sugar substitute to your liking. (1 tablespoon of sugar is 15 calories)
You should always order coffee without cream, whipped cream, coffee syrups etc. when you are trying to cut back on the calories in your coffee.
Taking your coffee black, is probably the easiest way to avoid calories in coffee altogether.

Did You Know…?

Any of the fancy coffees that we like so much can cost you an hour of mild exercise. And that will only burn the calories from the coffee.

Users Reading this article are also interested in:
Top Searches on Gourmet Coffee:
Diet Coke Calories Soy Milk Calories
About The Author, Danny Swartz
If you are a coffee lover,or just interested in coffee, we have plenty of articles and information on the subject at Coffee.Health-dot-com.