The Creamer of the Crop
Posted: Apr 29, 2019
Let’s say you are a huge coffee and cream lover; you can’t start your day without a steaming cup of your favorite brew and there’s no way you would be able to consume it without that little splash of added flavor that comes from your favorite signature cream, right? But what do you do if you have suddenly recently developed diabetes, or have some other sort of food allergy that prevents you from being able to enjoy that sweet, aromatic creamer you’ve been enjoying for years?
Or, what if say, you have recently adopted the ketogenic diet lifestyle and are trying to stick to healthier foods that fit into that nutritional bracket?
Head over to your cupboard and pull out your creamer, or if you prefer refrigerated, go ahead and pull your cream off the fridge shelf. As you take a peek over the nutrition facts label ask yourself, ‘How many of these chemicals are actually good for me?’ or ‘What exactly am I putting into my body?’
Do you see high fructose corn syrup listed as an additive to make it sweeter? Considering the label as it rests in your hands, can you guess how many calories you are consuming every time you add a splash of it to your fave cup of joe?
These problems exist for many people and most of them find themselves scratching their head as they browse the grocery store shelves in search of healthier creaming alternatives. Usually, they’re left with their jaws dropped, shaking their heads at the discovery that there really aren’t very many products on the market that have been geared up to accommodate gluten-free, vegan or keto diets when it comes to both non-dairy and dairy creamers alike.
So, what do these coffee lovers do to continue their morning rituals that have become habitual practices as they prepare for their day-to-day lives? Do they just opt to stop drinking coffee with cream and begin drinking their java straight with the pungent bitterness that accompanies it or should they throw in the towel on their desires to follow a healthier lifestyle?
The fact of the matter is, they do not need to do either. With the discovery of the benefits of coconut, there is now a product available to meet the needs of those with special diets or allergies. In fact, this new creamer is so great that it boasts no trans-fats, is GMO-free, and caters to both vegan and keto lifestyles without compromising on taste whatsoever.
That sounds like an impossibility, right? Well, recall that the word impossible literally says, ‘I’m possible,’ as this has become reality. In fact, this coconut oil-based creamer is so great that it rivals the taste of your more traditional creamers, including flavored alternatives that some people cannot stomach like soy or almond milk – alternatives that those with nut allergies cannot enjoy, unfortunately. Coconut oil-based coffee creamers are great alternatives to your normal coffee creamers you may be using. They usually have no artificial flavors, no high fructose corn syrup solids, and no hydrogenated soybean oils. They are gluten, lactose and sugar-free and help curb cravings and promote weight loss with ingredients like citrus aurantium, hoodia and green tea.
This new creamer aims to open up possibilities for everyone to enjoy the wonders of coffee with cream
George Anderson is a freelance writer, blogger, and entrepreneur. I love reading, outdoor activities, traveling and staying current with new trends