Quick Tip: Have the Coffee, Not the Calories

Black coffee doesn't have lots of calories, but once you start adding in the extras, the total skyrockets.
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Black coffee doesn't have lots of calories, but once you start adding in the extras, the total skyrockets. Be mindful with the cream and sugar -- not to mention the whipped cream and flavored syrups -- and avoid those extravagant barista drinks (that will save you money, too). Better choices are low-fat milk or soy milk with a small amount of sugar. If straight coffee isn't fancy enough, add cocoa powder or cinnamon for some extra zing.

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