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If you follow our channel for a while, you know that we talk a lot about coffee here, especially because we love it. You can drink coffee in the morning, after lunch, or in the afternoon.
The fact is that today, even brewing coffee has become a sort of art. There are many different ways of brewing your coffee to accentuate its aroma and taste. Did you know that?
Also, in a recent video, we explained why you should add salt to your coffee. Have you watched it?
This is one of the new techniques to improve your everyday coffee! Have you tried it yet? If you did, share your experience with us.
The isolated effects of caffeine and baking soda were already investigated in many studies that aimed to show their ergogenic effects.
Could baking soda be a good substitute for coconut oil?
As we know, coconut oil and coffee can be used as a pre-workout breakfast or snack. The combo contributes to satiety, has thermogenic action, and improves workout performance.
So, did you know the powers of this incredible combination of coffee and baking soda?
If you try it, share the results with us.
0:00 Benefits of Adding Baking Soda To Your Coffee
0:52 Why You Should Add Baking Soda to Coffee
1:39 Benefits of Adding Coconut Oil To Your Coffee
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