The 10 BEST and WORST Coffee Creamers To Use For Weight Loss

Updated: Jan 20

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If you love coffee and you're also working toward a weight loss goal, it's crucial that you pick the best coffee creamer to support fat burning. Today, I'm sharing the top 10 best and WORST coffee creamers for weight loss.


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Scroll down for the deets on fat burning coffee creamers!

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Half and Half/Heavy Cream

The best coffee creamer to use if you're looking to achieve a weight loss goal is heavy whipping cream or half and half. If you can get your hands on a grass-fed brand, even better. Both half and half and heavy whipping cream contains nearly zero grams of sugar or lactose per one tablespoon serving. This means it won't greatly spike the storing hormone insulin and help keep your body in fat burning mode longer.


Related: Does Heavy Cream or Half and Half Break a Fast?


Coffee Mate

This is one of the worst coffee creamers you could use if you're looking to achieve a weight loss goal. Just one tablespoon contains 5 grams of added sugar. If you use two tablespoons in your coffee, then this amounts to 10 grams of added sugar. This sugar is quickly absorbed and can send the fat storing hormone, insulin, sky rocketing. Avoid this coffee creamer if you're looking to achieve a weight loss goal.


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best coffee creamer for weight loss

Almond, Coconut or Other Nut/Seed Milk

As long as the nut/seed milk you choose is unsweetened, this is a great option to use when looking to achieve a weight loss goal because it won't spike the storing hormone insulin. Nut or seed milks contain nearly zero grams of sugar or carbohydrates. You can even use a small amount of nut or seed milks in your coffee while Intermittent Fasting.


Related: Does Almond Milk Break a Fast?


Nutpods

Nutpods have blown up in recent years. Nutpods is a coffee creamer that uses coconut cream and almonds as the base. The unsweetened option is great for weight loss goals, however even their "sweetened" option could be a good choice. The "sweetened" Nutpods use erythritol which typically doesn't raise insulin. However, use caution if you have issues with bloating, because erythritol has been noted to make this worse.