Yvonne Catterfeld: She loves this healthy coffee alternative

Yvonne Catterfeld
She loves this healthy coffee alternative

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In addition to coffee, another awakening alternative gives Yvonne Catterfeld a new “focus kick”: the artist has a powder on her kitchen shelf that is said to be even healthier than the original. She takes her fans into the preparation routine.

As a singer, songwriter and actress Yvonne Catterfeld travels a lot. In order to always stay on top of a busy schedule, it is important to prioritize your daily to-dos. A special drink seems to support the artist: Yvonne Catterfeld uses Sweet Matcha Latte for the “focus kick” – with another sweet secret ingredient.

Yvonne Catterfeld: Matcha instead of coffee for the “focus kick”

“Unfortunately, I love coffee,” reveals Yvonne Catterfeld on Instagram and continues: “In order not to drink too much and still get a focus kick, I discovered matcha as a healthy alternative.” She presents her fans with a matching video that shows her happily preparing the hot drink. After frothing the plant drink, Yvonne Catterfeld carefully stirs in the matcha powder. But that’s not all: “I only drink Sweet Matcha with a feel good vibe: coconut blossom sugar,” she admits and also refines the drink.

What is Matcha?

Matcha is green tea ground into the finest powder and is considered a particularly noble and expensive type of tea. It has similar beneficial effects on health as other green teas – but a higher concentration of positive ingredients, which is why the effect of matcha tea is greater. However, the powder may contain more caffeine than regular green tea. That’s why pregnant and breastfeeding women in particular should only enjoy it in moderation.

Coffee: healthy or unhealthy?

In general, it does not make sense to categorize foods as “healthy” and “unhealthy” without exception. Because this can promote unfavorable eating behavior. In general, every food can have a positive or negative effect on the body – it’s the quantity that counts.

Too much coffee and the associated excessive caffeine intake can lead to symptoms such as tremors, lack of concentration and restlessness. According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), up to 400 milligrams of caffeine – the equivalent of around four to five cups of coffee – is safe for the general healthy adult population, with the exception of pregnant and breastfeeding women.

Coffee is discussed to reduce cardiovascular diseases and diabetes and to have a preventative effect on depression. It also inhibits appetite and boosts metabolism. If coffee is drunk pure, i.e. without cow’s milk, plant-based drink and sugar, it can definitely contribute to a balanced diet.

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