What is the nutritional value of Black Coffee?
Black Coffee Nutrition Summary One cup of black coffee (248 grams) contains 5 calories and 0.7 grams of protein. Black coffee consist of 99.5% water, and less than 1% of total fat, carbohydrates or protein. Black coffee is a source of potassium. In one cup of black coffee:
Does Black Coffee have carbs or calories?
Coffee by itself does not have any carbs. Black coffee unlike other types of coffees have no calories, no carbohydrates, and no fats. Black coffees, americanos, and espressos all contain less than 1 gram of carbohydrates, but lattes, mochas, and cappuccinos all bump up that count.
How many calories in 1 cup Black Coffee?
The USDA National Nutrieant Database says that one cup of regular black 8-ounce coffee brewed from ground beans holds only 2 calories, and 1 fluid ounce of rich black espresso contains only 1 calorie. The calories come from a tiny amount of protein and some mono-unsaturated oils.
How many cups of Black Coffee is safe?
Several sources suggest that 400 mg of caffeine, or 4 cups of coffee, are safe for most healthy adults (3, 5). However, many people (including myself) drink much more than that without any issues. I have a cup of black coffee before I workout and one before I box.