by Cheryl Lyons July 18, 2021

Drinking coffee regularly has numerous benefits, including supporting increased energy levels and regulating water retention in the body. Many cannot go one day without drinking it!

While coffee already has numerous benefits, there are ways you can make it even healthier. Superfood powders are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that are shown to enhance your everyday health.* Here are some of the best ones to add to your daily cup of joe.

Top 5 Superfoods for Your Coffee

1. Cocoa 

Cocoa powder is an easy way to make your coffee healthier and tastier. Research shows that the content of phenolic antioxidants in cocoa is higher than any other food. Cocoa has anti-inflammatory properties that may protect the skin from UV radiation. It has also been shown to improve cognitive function and enhance your mood.*

So, the next time you have that mocha coffee, you can FeelGood about your choice! 

2. Turmeric 

You might have heard of using turmeric to make golden milk, but what about coffee with turmeric? The health benefits of turmeric root are plentiful. Turmeric is a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It consists of a very powerful element called curcumin that helps support cardiovascular, joint, digestive and immune system health.* 

Make yourself a turmeric latte with FeelGood Organic Superfoods® Fortified Turmeric Root Powder with black pepper for better absorption. If you're looking for more curcumin absorption, you can try FeelGood™ Pure Curcumin. 

3. Coconut MCT Oil 

Why use artificially flavored creamers packed with sugar when you can use a healthier alternative – coconut MCT oil. Switching to coconut MCT oil is excellent for weight management because MCTs are shown to keep you satiated for a long time. They can also help boost your energy levels.*

If you enjoy coffee before heading to the gym you will love having  FeelGood Organic Superfoods® Coconut MCT Oil Powder in your joe. Made with coconuts from organic farms, this superfood powder is vegan, gluten free and keto friendly.

4. Ashwagandha 

Drink your coffee the Ayurvedic way by adding a dash of FeelGood Organic Superfoods® Ashwagandha Powder to it. Ashwagandha has been enjoyed for centuries because of its apoptogenic abilities. This superfood powder has been shown to help treat insomnia, stress, anxiety and also maintain blood sugar levels.*

Make sure to add a sweetener like honey or agave to compensate for the strong and bitter taste of Ashwagandha in your coffee. 

5. Cinnamon

The best part about cinnamon is that it's not just a great flavoring agent but also has multiple health benefits of its own. Cinnamon is rich in vitamins and minerals and support healthy blood sugar levels*. It is also great for helping maintain healthy cholesterol and triglycerides levels.* The anti-inflammatory properties of the spice may provide numerous benefits.

Enjoy a delicious, iced cinnamon coffee with some brown sugar or a little maple syrup.

What are some of your favorite coffee add-ins? Let us know in the comments below!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Cheryl Lyons
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