Coffee orders are weirdly intimate, aren’t they?
Once you find the one that rolls perfectly off your tongue (or mumbles out of your mouth) before 9am, you probably won’t change it for years.
But is your beloved, cherished coffee order that good for you?
‘Who cares?’ you cry, sipping your mocha. ‘It tastes good!’
The answer is no one… if you’re only drinking one a day or every other day. But if you’re known to smash two or more a day, every day, the coffee you order could be affecting your health.
To find out, we asked nutritionist and naturopath Jess Blair to rank your go-to coffee milk choice from not so healthy to healthiest. By healthy, we don’t mean the skinniest or best for weight loss, but how nutritionally sound the milk is and what it can do for your body.
Also, there’s no shame or judgement here about hot chocolates or chai lattes. Just the facts about the milk you’re putting in your coffee.
You might very well decide to stick to your favourite no matter what, but at least you’ll be informed.
Side note – here’s some other things you can do with coffee that are good for you. Post continues after video.