Yes, tofu for dessert! This chocolate espresso mousse is both a high-protein and low-calorie (but tasty!) option.
Wondering how coffee affects your cholesterol levels? A Cleveland Clinic expert weighs in.
If you’re wondering caffeine you consume daily is It all comes down to how much caffeine you consume each day. Learn the rewards and risks of daily caffeine from dietary experts at the Cleveland Clinic.
Whipped coffee is having a major moment right now. But if you’re trying to watch your sugar and caffeine intake, a dietitian discusses how to make this foamy drink more healthy.
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Is mushroom coffee actually healthy for you and should you be drinking it? A dietitian discusses.
Does adding butter and oil to your morning coffee really pack the health punch proponents claim it does?
A new study finds drinking coffee (even as much as eight cups per day) can be part of a healthy diet. Dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, explains the findings.
Coffee can cause digestive issues. But if you can’t fathom giving up your coffee fix, there are ways to make it less acidic and still taste great. Try these tips.
What a difference a gene makes. It may mean hours of calm, enhanced focus, or developing a headache, palpitations, anxiety or an upset stomach. Learn the difference between “fast metabolizers’ and “slow metabolizers,” and get tips on making coffee.
If you’re looking for a reason to have that extra cup of coffee in the morning, there is good news. Drinking two more cups of coffee each day has been linked to a dramatically lowered odds of the liver damage caused by excessive alcohol, a recent study found.