Coffee creamers

What kind of creamer to you use? Do you even use creamer? You might want to consider what you are really putting in your coffee.

Non-dairy doesn’t always mean it. It can still contain casein, a milk protein. Why is it called creamer if there is no cream? This is kind of an oxymoron. It is usually full of oils and not always good oils. Another thing to look at is the other ingredients.

Some non-dairy creamers contain trans fat. Just because it’s non-dairy doesn’t mean it won’t go bad. Be aware of the best-by date.

So why not try something more healthy like half and half, soy milk, coconut milk, almond milk, or even just plain milk?

Victor Crew