Is there a healthier substitute for half & half for your coffee?!

Question: Is there a healthier substitute for half & half for your coffee!?
I used to use half & half in my coffee, but it was too fattening!. I've tried the Fat-free half & half, but think it's just alright!. I liked the powdered creamers, but I was told they are really bad for you!. Someone suggested powdered milk, but it was just alright!. I also tried evaporated & condensed milk & liked them a little!.

Is there anything else to add to your coffee that would take the place of half & half!? Anything you like & would suggest to try!?

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why dont u jsut try some milk!.!.!.!. after time u will get used to it and start to like it as well as likeing half and half!. or you can even try soy milk, its thicker then regular milk and sweeterWww@FoodAQ@Com

How much coffee are you drinking every day that you need to worry about how many calories are in the creamer!? Perhaps, if you are truly concerned about your health, you should reconsider the drinking of coffee at all!. If you really enjoy your coffee, I don't think that one or two ounces of half-and-half per day is going to be a diet-buster!. However, if you are drinking fifteen cups of coffee a day and dousing it with a pint or two of half-and-half, then it might become a problem!. I'm not judging you, I'm just sayin'!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I used to work at Tim Horton's and one night I had a kid come in and ask for a deca deca!. 10 cream and sugar unless you are doing that there are better places to reduce fat intake enjoy!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

skim milk
even regular whole milk is less fattening then 1/2 & 1/2Www@FoodAQ@Com


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