The Dangers of Excess Non-dairy creamer

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The Dangers of Excess Non-dairy creamer


One-Third of Non-dairy creamer is fat; the other 2 components are glucose syrup (sugar) and chemicals such as coloring. 

A number of people enjoy putting creamers in their coffee however if they were to read the label of the product they will find that high levels consumptions can have adverse effects on health.


The aforementioned ingredients of Non-dairy creamer are all considered bad for the body, especially when consumed in large amounts. They are considered Trans fats which can cause health conditions in the body for example increase in fat and weight. It can also cause abnormal liver function and increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia.
Research with regards to Trans fats indicate that when we consume sugar (carbohydrates), the sugar enters the blood stream quickly and cause an excess of acidity resulting in imbalance in the body. Apart from causing excess fat storage, sugar is also stored in the liver in the form of glycogen. An excess of glycogen will lead to fat in areas that experience little movement such as hips, buttocks, and the abdominal area.
Excess glucose consumption such as those found in creamer will lead to fat being stored in organs such as the heart, liver, and kidneys and can lead to abnormal conditions within the body. Furthermore, it can lead to a rise in blood pressure causing chronic headaches, cramps, migraines, liver cancer, and various other issues. It can also be a contributor to the spread of infectious diseases as these rely on sugar. 

It is recommended to use normal milk if you are looking to add something to your coffee or other beverages. This will prove beneficial for your health in the long-run. 

Credit: DailyNews