Wake up coffee with a twist

Your daily dose of coffee might just not be enough. If you like to increase your energy level, I have a little bit of extra in mind for you. Brew a fresh batch of coffee and start reading this recipe for your daily booster. 

It actually makes sense to have a cup of coffee about a half hour before you head out for a run or for a workout on the balcony. Coffee is full of caffeine which stimulates your nervous system to break down body fat while spicing up your adrenaline levels in your blood. Those broken-down fats transform into fuel, which can improve your physical performance to 10%. Not saying here, we can become athletes, but if you consume your cup of coffee in the morning, consider a strong workout afterward. Don’t overdo the caffeine intake, as this may give you jitters. In case you had too many cups of coffees you are on alert for hours, instead of embracing a relaxing moment in your day at the breakfast table. 

Here’s what you will need: 

  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 cup strong chilled coffee
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup oats 
  • Optional: tbsp of nut butter, or chocolate chips  

Here’s how to make it: 

  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender until smooth  

2. Pour the mixture in a glass or a coffee moke

3. Drink immediately for your power shot! 

If you have the time, you can pair it with a guilty pleasure breakfast such as banana bread.

Need of coffee now! 

B. x

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A nutritionist, self-love food & body image coach, ex-binge eater, personal development junkie & your new GF.

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