Mitocreamer - Coffee Creamer For Whole Body Health

12 min read APR 18, 2023

You’ve poured yourself a freshly brewed, piping hot cup of coffee. Now, you reach for a creamy addition.

As you slowly pour the alabaster hued liquid, it collides with the dark, bold brew reacting in a swirl of contrasting colors. The aromas waft upward, and you’re beckoned to sip, to savor.

For most, this is a common scene, because frankly, we love to add an element of creaminess to our coffee. But why? What makes coffee and anything creamy such a fabulous combination?

Both milks and coffee creamers contain proteins which bind to the compounds in coffee that are known for giving your brew its classic bitter taste. And, this process effectively veils the bitterness, allowing you to savor the other, more palate-pleasing, compounds in coffee.

In an effort to tame those bitter tannins, some folks prefer using plant-based milks in their brew, while others like farm fresh milk or heavy cream.

But, nearly half of all coffee drinkers who reach for a creamy addition choose conventional coffee creamers.

And unfortunately, most of those creamers contain toxic ingredients that can wreak havoc on your health, disturbing the microbiome in your gut, causing inflammation, potentially causing cancer, even harming the environment.

Many of you already know coffee possesses powerful health benefits, from boosting energy levels, reducing your risk of diabetes and cancer, even improving brain health just to name a few.So, adding such creamers to your cup of joe seems counterproductive, right?

This is why many people are reaching for healthier creamer options. And, we’re not just referring to conventional alternatives marketed as healthy in the aisles of your grocery store.

No, we’re referring to those creamers that not only add flavor and tame the bitterness of coffee, but also truly serve to amplify your brew’s benefits, stacking antioxidant sources, boosting energy, brain power, immune health, and more…like mitocreamer.

Alone, coffee increases mitochondrial function due to its caffeine content. Mitocreamer works with your brew to support your mitochondrial health through a combination of proprietary ingredients, minus the health-harming thickeners, emulsifiers, sugars, and artificial flavors that make up many conventional creamers.

How can mitocreamer help you? Let’s find out…

Common Creamer Woes

Since 48% of all people who don’t drink their coffee black use creamers, we feel it’s important to know what conventional creamers are made of and how those ingredients may affect the body.

Even coffee creamers listed as healthy, or recommended as healthy alternatives to regular creamers, can contain harmful ingredients.

The following ingredients include those found in the most popular conventional creamers as well as those marketed as healthy alternatives.

1- Carrageenan, Gellan Gum, Cellulose Gum

These are thickening agents and emulsifiers. The emulsifiers are needed because some of the ingredients in the creamer don’t mix well, like water and oil. Additions like these force those ingredients to mix, while the others transform those items making them thick and creamy.

These have been known to cause digestive distress, inflammation, leaky gut, chronic illness, and cancer.

2- Polysorbate 60

Another ingredient used to emulsify and stabilize creamer ingredients, polysorbate 60 is potentially toxic. One of its primary components is ethylene oxide, an extremely flammable irritant that is toxic when consumed in high amounts.

3- Natural And Artificial Flavors

The word natural sounds healthy, but in reference to food products, the term isn’t regulated.

In the case of coffee creamers, the two most commonly used natural flavors are derived from MSG, a toxin that can damage, even kill, your cells, and “castoreum, the vanilla-scented anal secretions from the North American beaver.”

Artificial flavorings, well, they are just what they claim to be, flavors that aren’t authentic but those which are created in a lab to imitate real flavors.

4- Dipotassium Phosphate

This is a type of salt used to emulsify or stabilize the other ingredients in the creamer. It has been linked to gastrointestinal issues when consumed in large quantities and is also commonly found in fertilizers and cosmetics.

5- Chemical Preservatives

Two common preservatives used in conventional coffee creamers to keep these products from changing color and flavor over time are BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) and BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene).

These have been found to alter serotonin and norepinephrine levels, affecting sleep and stress responses.

6-Sugar And Artificial Sweeteners

Natural, real sugar in moderation isn’t necessarily unhealthy. However, artificial sweeteners have been linked to numerous health problems including:

  • Nausea and bloating
  • Weight gain
  • Infertility
  • Some cancers
  • Brain tumors
  • Allergic reactions
  • Seizures

7- Hydrogenated Oils

These oils are trans fats and are often used in foods to keep the product fresh for longer periods of time.

The two most common hydrogenated oils are vegetable oil and palm oil.

Vegetable oil is high in linoleic acid and has been linked to heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and asthma.

And, palm oil, while also containing the known health detriments of any trans fat, is also harmful to the environment, its production threatening the habitats of plant and animal species.

So then, if conventional creamers aren’t good for you, and if some natural creamers contain equally detrimental ingredients despite efforts to clean up other components, what kind of creamer is mitocreamer?

And, where does this option rank when it comes to your health?

Mitocreamer was created with your health in mind. It’s certainly free of the harmful ingredients listed above, but it also supports, fuels, and protects mitochondria, otherwise known as the metabolic engine of your cells.

Mitochondrial Health Is A Must

Before we look at how the ingredients in mitocreamer combine to support mitochondrial health, let’s examine why mitochondrial health is important in the first place.

Mitochondria have been nicknamed the powerhouse of each cell and the energy factory of the human body.

It is said that the smallest structural and functional unit in a living being is the cell. However, even smaller, while also functional, are mitochondria.

In each of your cells there are thousands of mitochondria. And, these tiny double-walled structures are tasked with energy production.

Mitochondria process oxygen and they take the foods we eat and convert these substances into usable energy.

Nearly 90% of the energy you need to function is produced by mitochondria.

Aside from energy production, mitochondria also:

  • aid in cell multiplication and new cell growth
  • regulate metabolic activity in cells
  • detoxify ammonia in liver cells
  • help build testosterone and estrogen
  • maintain healthy levels of calcium ions in cells
  • work to help cells communicate

Since mitochondria fill most cells by the thousands, if they aren’t healthy and functioning optimally, your cells suffer. And, as your cells are the building blocks that make up your tissues, organs, and organ systems, it’s easy to see how mitochondrial health can affect your entire body!

In fact, the more energy a body tissue or organ needs to function the greater amount of mitochondria it will contain. Your heart, brain, liver, muscles, and more, these all need the energy produced by mitochondria to function.

When you’re feeling sluggish, can’t focus, are unable to workout without tiring quickly, these can all be the result of damaged and/or diminished mitochondria.
Mitochondrial disease or impairment can also affect any of the following:

  • Vision
  • Hearing
  • Muscle strength and coordination
  • Growth
  • Immune function
  • Thyroid and adrenal function

It can also present as, or lead to:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Heart disease
  • Liver disease
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney disease
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Respiratory disorders

So then, what is it that hinders these tiny energy producers?

Free radicals, inflammation, environmental toxins, processed foods, sugar, and stress all compromise mitochondrial health.

These can cause mutations in DNA, weaken the permeability of this organelle’s classic double wall of protection, and damage the respiratory chain needed for their work in producing energy.

On the other hand, proteins, antioxidants, magnesium, healthy fats, and numerous vitamins and minerals can all support mitochondria.

So, how does mitocreamer measure up when it comes to fueling and protecting these “small but mighty” health must-haves?

MitoCreamer Fuels And Protects Mitochondria And Whole Body Health

What is mitocreamer? What’s in mitocreamer? How do mitocreamer’s ingredients aid in energy production? Can these ingredients truly improve your health?

Let’s go from broad to specific to answer these important questions…

As we’ve covered the topic of mitochondrial health above, obviously the mito in mitocreamer stands for mitochondria.

Mitocreamer is a health enhanced creamer, a powder you can easily add to your daily brew that fuels your mitochondria.

This creamer…

  • Gives you instant energy
  • Supports healthy aging and longevity
  • Fights disease
  • Supports brain health
  • Helps to modulate your body’s stress response
  • Regulates mood
  • Assists in appetite and craving management
  • Fights fatigue

In other words, mitocreamer is no ordinary coffee creamer.

Each ingredient plays a specific role in supporting and fueling mitochondria, which we learned earlier is critical to whole body health.

1- C8Vantage MCT Oil

MCTs, or medium chain triglycerides, due to their size are easily and quickly metabolized by the body. This makes them a great source of fuel because they convert to usable energy quicker than other sources.

MCTs deliver ketones to your bloodstream, they’re absorbed by your brain and other organs, and they enhance metabolic and cellular processes, aka mitochondrial work.

What’s C8Vantage you ask? This is an MCT powder containing 95% C8 MCTs with no maltodextrin, GMOs, or corn-based ingredients.

C8Vantage has also removed C10 and C12 MCTs, meaning it produces 300% more ketones than coconut oil and standard MCT oils.

Aside from the mitochondrial boosts here, C8Vantage MCT oil supports:

  • mental focus
  • cognitive function
  • appetite and weight management
  • healthy fat burning
  • increased energy
  • improved metabolic rate
  • a healthy gut

2- MitoPrime

Mitoprime is the trademarked form of L-Ergothioneine and the longest lasting oral antioxidant with a half life of 32 days.

Also known as the longevity vitamin, L-Ergothioneine is found in some mushrooms, organ meats, oat bran, garlic, and red and black beans.

Studies have proven L-Ergothioneine to offer powerful antioxidant support, even outperforming other notable antioxidants. It also has anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, cell-health, energy production, and you guessed it, mitochondrial benefits.

A Johns-Hopkins study found L-Ergothioneine to protect mitochondrial DNA from oxidative stress. And, a more specific benefit, it helps to maintain the structural integrity of mitochondria, protecting your cell’s ability to reproduce.

Modern research places L-Ergothioneine at the top of the antioxidant charts, outperforming vitamin C, glutathione, and coenzyme Q10.

Mitoprime also boasts whole body benefits including:

  • Aging and longevity
  • DNA stability
  • Immune support

3- RhodioPrime

If you’ve researched herbs aiding your body’s natural stress response, the root of this ingredient likely stands out to you, rhodiola.

Rhodiola is an adaptogenic herb. As it regulates hormones, neurotransmitters, and enzymes, it helps keep your body’s stress response working optimally, even resisting biological stress.
Alone, rhodiola is associated with the following benefits to your health:

  • Enhanced mood
  • Endurance
  • Improved energy
  • Improvements in cognitive function
  • Antioxidant support

Highlighting this herb's ability to boost brain health, studies have shown rhodiola to be highly effective in slowing mental fatigue, improving cognitive function and mental clarity, as well as improving overall well-being.

RhodioPrime enhances these benefits, amplifying concentrations of this herb’s primary bioactive ingredient, salidroside.

And, its ability to isolate and amplify salidroside makes Rhodioprime 6 times more effective than rhodiola rosea!

Rhodioprime allows you to gain the best benefits of rhodiola in the most effective way.

4- L Tryptophan

Tryptophan is an amino acid that your body requires to make proteins. Unfortunately, your body can’t make this essential amino acid on its own. This means you need to consume it in your diet.

When you provide your body with tryptophan, it gets to work converting it into:

5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan) - This helps to raise serotonin levels in the brain which regulates mood, behavior, sleep, and more. Specifically, 5-HTP is said to positively affect sleep, mood, pain sensation, anxiety, and appetite.

NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) - This helps your body transfer energy from cell to cell. It is vital in the processes of mitochondria, where food is converted to energy. It protects your DNA as you age, keeps your metabolism healthy, and maintains your body’s circadian rhythm.

As L Tryptophan provides mitochondria with needed fuel for optimal function, it is vital for nearly all organs in your body. In fact, all proteins, muscles, enzymes, and neurotransmitters require Tryptophan for growth, production, and maintenance.

5- Multi Collagen

While collagen is something naturally produced in the body, this production diminishes with age.

In fact, by the time you reach middle age, your body is likely producing half the amount of collagen it was when you were in your 20’s.

Outwardly, we see this dip through sagging skin, fine lines, wrinkles, and thinning hair.

Aside from age, various lifestyle factors such as exposure to toxins and poor nutrition can hinder collagen production as well, which means we have a great need for this protein in our regular diet.

But, since collagen is found in the skin, bones, cartilage, and connective tissues of various animals, you’d basically have to eat each of these sources in large quantities to fully benefit from them.

Obviously, this is what makes supplementation a preferred method for boosting and maintaining healthy collagen levels in the body.

Mitocreamer contains 4 types of collagen: grass fed bovine, free range chicken, wild caught fish, and eggshell membrane. But, this isn’t just for skin, nail, and hair health.
Supporting your body’s collagen levels doesn’t just improve your appearance…

  • Collagen is needed to keep your joints healthy and pain free.
  • It is vital in keeping your connective tissues healthy, which support, protect, and give structure to all your tissues and organs.
  • Collagen aids in new cell growth.
  • Collagen is crucial to digestive health, as it helps to rebuild and strengthen the lining of the gut.
  • Your arteries need collagen for strength and structure. And, collagen has been shown to reduce arterial stiffness, even lowering cholesterol levels.
  • An amino acid in type II collagen helps to strengthen your immune system.
  • Collagen provides strength and structure to our bones which become porous and lose density with age.
  • Improving collagen levels can increase muscle strength.

Certainly, many people enjoy adding creamer to their coffee to tame bitterness, enhance flavor, and experience a richer, creamier brew.

But, whether you typically utilize such an addition or not, the combination of these powerful ingredients allows mitocreamer to enhance your brew and maximize the health benefits we already reap from our cup of joe by fueling and protecting your body’s energy center, your mitochondria.

Check out Lifeboost Coffee Mito Creamer.

Medical Disclaimer
This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of such advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Charles Livingston nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.


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