Dr Oz: Healthiest Starbucks Coffee Drink & Espresso Relieves Headache

Dr Oz: Coffee Hunter Todd Carmichael

Now that you know how your personality is connected to your favorite type of coffee drink, Dr. Oz had some solutions to help you get the caffeine you need without all the calories. He revealed that some of your favorite coffee drinks could be filled with a lot of calories and you might not even know it. To find out which coffee is the best to drink calorie wise, Dr. Oz called on the help of the “Coffee Hunter,” Todd Carmichael, to find the healthiest cup of coffee at some of the most popular coffee chains.

Carmichael told Dr. Oz he had three criteria when looking for a healthy coffee for viewers. He wanted to find coffees that were under 175 calories, had under 15 grams of sugar and still tasted delicious.

Dr. Oz: Tall Mocha Frappuccino Light, Healthiest Starbucks Coffee

Todd Carmichael said the healthiest drink he found at Starbucks was the Tall Mocha Frappuccino Light. Check out how many calories the drink has below.

  • ½ pump of the chocolate syrup
  • 100 calories
  • 14.5 grams sugar

Dr Oz: McCafe Latte, Healthiest Coffee Drink At McDonald’s

Dr Oz: Healthiest Starbucks Coffee Drink & Espresso Relieves Headache

Dr. Oz looked at the healthiest coffee drinks from chains like Starbucks and Panera Bread, and he went over the best home remedies using coffee.

Carmichael told Dr. Oz he searched high and low to find the healthiest “comfort” coffee drink. He visited McDonald’s where he found a healthy option for those who need a latte every now and then.

  • Small McCafe latte with 1% milk
  • About 115 calories
  • 13 grams sugar

Dr Oz: What Is the Healthiest Dunkin Donuts Coffee Drink?

Todd Carmichael said he was able to find a great coffee drink at Dunkin Donuts that was low in calories but also gave the coffee drinker a boost of caffeine to increase their metabolism.

  • Medium iced coffee with a turbo shot of espresso
  • 20 calories
  • 1 gram sugar

Dr Oz: Panera Bread Small Cappuccino Has 120 Calories

Carmichael said the healthiest coffee drink at Panera Bread is the cappuccino drink because it is a drink with textures. The foamy milk is filled with micro-bubbles which create a full bodied taste in your mouth.

  • Small cappuccino with 2% milk
  • 120 calories
  • 11 grams sugar

Dr Oz: Home Remedies With Coffee

Dr. Oz said there are other ways besides drinking coffee to get the benefits from the drink. He invited viewers to share their best home remedies that involved coffee.

Stop a cut from bleeding – Take the wet grounds from brewed coffee and place about a teaspoon directly on a cut. Hold it there for about two minutes to stop the bleeding. This works because the coffee constricts the blood vessels.

Get rid of a cold – Brew a fresh pot of coffee and use a towel to form a tent and sit over the pot as you inhale the steam. This works because the steam helps loosen the congestion and it leaves you feeling less foggy.

Relieve a headache – Make “Espressicles,” or frozen espresso pops. The coffee will restrict the blood vessels and the cold will help relieve the headache as well.

Dr Oz: Contact Lens As a Pill Carrier

We have all heard the saying “One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” Dr. Oz invited his viewers to submit some of their favorite ways to get more use out of some household items.

  1. Turn a contact lens case into a pill carrier.
  2. Use plastic Easter eggs to pack snacks.
  3. Turn an old mouse pad into a trivet.
  4. Use a shower cap to pack your shoes when traveling.
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After graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in Journalism and Anthropology, I managed a pizza place for a year, while freelancing for various newspapers in the area. Working every weekend in sauna like conditions, never being able to take a day off and being covered in flour is something I will not miss. I hope Recapo has air conditioning.

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