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By Danielle, Team One Degree Health | instagram

Who here needs coffee?? Day Two after a long holiday break can certainly be a tough one to get through.

⁣⁣⁣⁣But before you reach for that coffee creamer, ask yourself “what’s in this stuff?” ?

⁣⁣⁣⁣If it’s not actually milk, cream, or a dairy substitute like Almond Milk, chances are you’re about to add a bunch of chemicals and toxins into your body. ? Especially flavored creamers – they are loaded up with artificial flavors aka chemicals.

⁣⁣⁣⁣Did you know that these toxins will almost immediately become fat in your body? And the worse kind of fat too: Toxic Fat.

⁣⁣⁣⁣This is because your body will see these as unnatural, fake, harmful substances, and will move them away from your organs to keep them protected, and over to where it stores toxins – aka your fat cells.⁣⁣⁣⁣

So, moral of the story, if you want to be healthier, think twice before grabbing that flavored “creamer” – instead opt for plain milk, or better yet, non-dairy milks like Almond Milk and Coconut. ⁣⁣⁣⁣

Best bet to make your coffee healthier and better for you is to start weening off any added milks and creamers and start drinking it black.⁣⁣

For more inspiration on simple habit shifts to transform your health, grab your copy of our ebook while it’s still free. Get your digital copy at https://www.onedegreehealth.com/Download

⁣⁣Happy habit shifting!
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About the Author

Danielle is an Executive Health Coach, specializing in integrative and functional health. Like many ambitious professionals, Danielle fell into the trap of the Ultimate Paradox: prioritizing work and sacrificing current health for years; until 2012, when in just 30 days, her body filled up like a balloon, gaining 20 pounds as result of inflammation from work stress and poor health habits. After reclaiming her health through an integrative approach of simple habit changes, she now shares this roadmap to wellness with other busy professionals through engaging and practical workshops and online courses. In 2016, she left her Fortune 500 executive role to found One Degree Health, a wellness education company that produces personal development programming and online courses, grounded on her core philosophy that simple yet powerful "one degree" micro-changes integrated into your typical day can lead you towards your best health.

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