SweetLeaf Shares a Healthier Way to Enjoy Your Coffee

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Americans now drink more coffee than ever. In fact, seven out of ten (or 70%) Americans drink coffee every week and 62% drink it every day. The average coffee drinker sips just over three cups per day.1  This means if the average coffee drinker puts just one teaspoon of sugar in each cup of coffee, they are consuming about ten pounds of sugar a year – just from coffee! This leads to spiked blood sugar levels, weight gain, risk of heart disease and more!2

According to the American Heart Association, men should consume no more than nine teaspoons of added sugar per day and the average women should consume no more than six teaspoons of added sugar per day3.

Sugar can show up in coffee in a variety of ways:

  • Granulated sugar spoonfuls
  • Sugar packets
  • Flavored coffee creamers
  • Flavor syrups
  • Toppings like whipped cream and cold foam
  • Sugar-laden coffee drinks bought at coffee shops and supermarkets

Many of us need our coffee to wake up in the morning and keep us going throughout the day. However, sweetening or flavoring coffee is something most people just can’t live without. 

SweetLeaf®, the experts in all-natural and zero-calorie sweeteners, has created a better and healthier way to enjoy your coffee with squeezable Sweet Leaf Sweet Drops™ that give your coffee a sweet, decadent taste without the sugar. The SweetLeaf Sweet Drops stevia sweeteners are available in six delicious flavors that include Caramel, Vanilla, Coconut, SteviaClear®, Pumpkin Spice and Chocolate. They are convenient to take anywhere, have no artificial dyes or sweeteners, and help you enjoy your cup of joe.

SweetLeaf Sweet Drops are also available in concentrated glass bottles with flavors such as Vanilla Crème, English Toffee, Hazelnut and many more that can be used to flavor and sweeten your favorite foods and recipes along with coffee. 

All the SweetLeaf products provide a non-glycemic response for diabetic, keto and sugar-sensitive populations. Try swapping out your flavored coffee creamer and sugar for SweetLeaf Sweet Drops. This simple change will give you the coffee flavor you love with a healthier, no-sugar option.

SweetLeaf’s mission is helping people find natural and healthy ways to sweeten up their favorite beverages and foods without sacrificing taste. Products are all-natural, low/zero-sugar, low/zero-calorie, non-glycemic, diabetes- and keto-friendly, vegan, gluten-free and non-GMO. 

SweetLeaf has been recognized for its commitment to provide the best possible products for its customers. The brand received the 2018 Clean Choice Award from Clean Eating and Well Good, ranking above other sweeteners. An article provided by Good Housekeeping for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution suggests using Good Housekeeping Nutritionist-Approved SweetLeaf for flavoring foods and beverages. 

SweetLeaf Sweet Drops along with other products are available at Kroger, Publix, Sprouts, Whole Foods Market, Albertson’s Companies, Natural Grocers, Amazon, and through sweetleaf.com. To learn more about SweetLeaf and its products, visit sweetleaf.com.


1 https://www.ncausa.org/newsroom/nca-releases-atlas-of-american-coffee


3 https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-eating/eat-smart/sugar/added-sugars


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