Besides giving you a boost of vitality in the morning thanks to caffeine, coffee is also rich in heart-healthy antioxidants, not to mention providing many other benefits.

But despite all these benefits, the wrong coffee habits can lead to you gaining extra weight without realizing it.

And in a report published by the American magazine "Eat This Not That", Isadora Boom reviewed the things that make your favorite drink cause you to gain extra kilos.

1- There are many localities in your coffee

It is best if your order is simple to limit the sweeteners in your coffee.

According to nutritionist Lauren Harris-Pinx, "The American Heart Association recommends limiting the consumption of added sugar to 24 grams a day for women and 36 grams for men, noting that the large cups of coffee served in some cafes may contain the amount of sugar up to 80 grams."

 2- Considering coffee as a meal

"Coffee is not a meal," Harris-Pincks explained, noting that "protein, fiber, vegetables and yields are the key to healthy and balanced nutrition to maintain the feeling of satiety for a long time and control the feeling of hunger."

Drinking a cup of coffee rich in calories, sugar and fats cannot provide these nutrients that the body needs, and your feeling of hunger as a result of just drinking a cup of coffee may make you overeat later.

3- Always add whipped cream to your coffee

According to Harris-Pinx, whipped cream is another ingredient that makes your coffee bad for your diet, as whipped cream does not contain any nutrients except that it is rich in calories, which if you eat too much of it may lead to your weight gain.

4- Using artificial sweeteners

Don't let these healthy options fool you, they are not at all healthy.

According to nutritionist Elise Shapiro, "Artificial sweeteners may seem like an appropriate calorie-free alternative that can be added to your morning coffee, but people who use artificial sweeteners are more likely to consume more calories, and thus increase the risk of obesity compared to those who do not use them." .

 5- Bottled coffee consumption

Having this pre-made coffee may seem like a quick option, but these drinks are rich in sugar.For example, one can of canned iced coffee may contain 260 calories and 29 grams of added sugar, making it the worst drink you can start your morning with.