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What Is Non-Dairy Creamer Made Of?

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  • Non-dairy creamer can scarcely be called “cream” at all, as it is more aptly described as a synthetic combination of chemicals, oils, sugars, and milk products
  • Non-dairy creamer typically contains corn syrup, partially hydrogenated oil (i.e. synthetic trans fats), dipotassium phosphate, and other synthetic ingredients
  • Non-dairy creamer is actually highly flammable!
  • While raw whole milk is far healthier than non-dairy creamer, research suggests that adding dairy to your coffee may interfere with your body’s absorption of the beneficial antioxidants it contains
  • If you're interested in protecting your health, drink your coffee black, without sugar, non-dairy creamer or cream, or flavorings

By Dr. Mercola

Have you ever heard the urban legend that non-dairy coffee creamer is flammable? If you watch the video above, you'll see that this isn't an urban legend at all; it's actually true!


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