April 5th, 2020
April 5th, 2020
Finding the energy to start a long day of work, school, or parenting has been more challenging than ever this past year. But one constant remains amid all the craziness: the comfort of our morning coffee.
Just as many of us are looking to be more productive in the new year, a cozy cup of coffee is just the thing to fill you up with the motivation to finish that tedious spreadsheet, cram for finals, or clean out your attic. But if your New Year’s Resolution is to eat healthier, you’ll need to be extra vigilant about what goes into your coffee.
Marketing experts know the buzzwords health nuts are looking for, which these days are "sugar-free," "0 calories," "keto-friendly," etc. This enables various coffee creamer brands to sneakily achieve success among health-conscious customers despite not being all that good for you.
If you look at the ingredient lists on popular creamer brands, you’ll notice a phrase many of them have in common: “Natural & Artificial Flavor.” It seems unlikely that a brand would be this vague about their ingredients unless they had something to hide. So it’s a good rule of thumb to assume that the artificial flavors in question aren’t good for your body.
Specifically, there’s a high likelihood that a creamer which uses this phrase on its label contains one or more of the following substances: sucralose, titanium dioxide, or aspartame. Side effects of these dangerous ingredients include disturbances to gut health, increased blood sugar, and possibly even liver damage.
Prymal allows coffee lovers to enjoy all the richness of the best-selling creamer brands without worrying about shady ingredients.
Prymal uses natural sweeteners, including stevia, erythritol, monk fruit, and chicory root extract. These ingredients add even more sweetness than refined sugars, and without the high-calorie count or negative impact on blood sugar levels and dental health. They also provide various health benefits, including antioxidants, appetite suppression, gut health regulation, and may promote the inhibition of cancer cell growth.
Don’t let product labels fool you. If you want a creamer that keeps your whole body just as happy as your taste buds, Prymal is the way to go.
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