Dietitians Say You Should Add This Metabolism-Boosting Ingredient To Your Coffee Every Morning–It’s So Good For Weight Loss!



IDEANEWSINDO.COM - There’s nothing like starting your day off on the right foot with an energizing cup of coffee. 

In fact, not only will the caffeine give you the boost you need to take on the morning, but coffee also offers a whole range of health benefits, including the fact that it could help boost your metabolism and promote weight gain. 

Unfortunately, adding certain tasty ingredients, such as high-sugar creamer, can deter these benefits—but there’s one spice that health experts say could actually lead to faster weight gain when added to your coffee.

According to dietitians, eating cinnamon is one great way to speed up your metabolism. 

To learn more, we spoke to Nataly Komova, RD, registered dietitian and fitness expert and Dr. Ben Schuff, ND, LDN, Director of Naturopathy & Nutrition at BIÂN. 

They told us all about the benefits of this sweet spice. Read on for their insight!

Cinnamon

Next time you're reaching for sugar to sprinkle in your coffee for a little sweetness, go with cinnamon instead. 

While loading your morning beverage with sugar can lead to inflammation, blood sugar spikes, and weight gain, cinnamon boasts the opposite effect; health experts agree that this anti-inflammatory spice may help boost your metabolism. 

"Cinnamon in coffee reduces inflammation and hyperglycemia and increases fat burning," Komova explains, noting that it can "help shed more calories and fight infections.

" All of these benefits work together to boost your metabolism. Plus, you won't have to sacrifice the flavor of your morning joe! "Cinnamon is a natural sweetener with a strong and fabulous flavor," she adds. 

Dr. Schuff agrees that cinnamon is one of the best spices to maintain and boost your metabolic rate, partly thanks to the fact that it can help manage blood sugar levels. 

"Cinnamon is a versatile ingredient that has been used successfully as an adjunctive treatment of type 2 diabetes and metabolic disease by improving blood sugar management," he explains.

Overall, this inflammation-fighting spice is a fantastic addition to a range of recipes. 

Dr. Schuff suggests incorporating cinnamon into your daily diet to "help support metabolism, especially in those with metabolic risk factors determined by a doctor." And what better way to get your daily dose than in your cup of coffee?! Your taste buds and your body will thank you.

Writer: Faith Geiger

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