Full fat milk
Experts warn that a latte a day can lead to piling on a whopping 10lbs in a year.
A small latte with full fat milk can have 153 calories, compared to the 35 calories in a black coffee with a dash of milk.
Apparently we're attracted to lattes because the fat in milk tastes good but, unless we're active, we don't burn it off.
Scientists believe reduced fat 'skinny' milk may actually encourage weight gain.
It's true, there are very few calories in a glass of skimmed milk, but the experts believe the trend for low-fat dairy is making us all eat more.
The skinny latte leave you a whole lot more likely to reach for a biscuit at 11am.
Damn...we've been rumbled.
Keep track of the extras
So, we all know if you're getting something that's more syrup than coffee then you're bound to be adding calories galore.
One of the easiest ways to keep on top of just how many calories are in your mocha frappa machi venti-cino is with an app like NutraCheck coffee.
Sadly it doesn't include fat and sugar, and that can be wear the scary stuff starts.
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