For many people, having a cup of coffee to start their morning and then some more through the course of the day is just part of their normal routine.
Over 60% of Americans claim to start their day with a cup of coffee.
And while coffee does contain antioxidants and can even reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, dieticians believe that many people don’t recognize the negative effects that drinking too much coffee can have on the body.
This is especially the case when that plain cup of coffee is replaced by sugary lattés or blended drinks.
Many Starbucks drinks are loaded with extra sugar and calories. These can cause hormone imbalances in the body, not to mention their contribution to the obesity epidemic.
We all know the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino was made for Instagram fame and fanfare, and the rest of their secret menu is just as bad.