With 54%[1] of Americans drinking coffee everyday and the average coffee drinker spending $164.71 a year on their daily cup o’ joe, it’s safe to say we’re a nation addicted to coffee.

In fact, we spend more than $4 billion[1] a year importing coffee to the U.S. and a whopping 24%[1] of us drink in excess of 13 cups of the stuff every week.

But, could your daily caffeine fix be causing you to gain weight?

Created by WhichFitness.com

IS COFFEE MAKING YOU FAT?

STEP 1 (of 4) - WHAT TYPE OF COFFEE DO YOU DRINK?

Two choices: regular or decaffeinated?

STEP 2 (of 4) - DO YOU TAKE MILK?

Milk can be fattening. Let us know how you take it.

STEP 3 (of 4) - DO YOU TAKE SUGAR (OR SWEETENER)?

Each teaspoon of sugar contains roughly 15 calories. How many do you take?

STEP 4 (of 4) - HOW MANY DO YOU DRINK A DAY?

Are you a full-time coffee addict, or do you just drink the odd one here and there?

EACH YEAR, THE NUMBER OF CALORIES YOU CONSUME (FROM COFFEE ALONE) IS:

Kcal*

THAT’S ROUGHLY CALORIES A DAY*

OVER THE COURSE OF A YEAR, THAT’S EQUIVALENT TO:
LBS OF FAT [2].

*PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS ONLY A ROUGH ESTIMATION BASED ON DATA FROM MYFITNESSPAL.COM.
IT ALSO ASSUMES THAT ONE YEAR CONSISTS OF 365 DAYS.

Today, 2,000 children will die due to a lack of clean water to drink and decent sanitation.

So, in partnership with charity:water, we’re launching the “one cup” campaign.

In the U.S, the average cost of a cup of brewed coffee is $1.38[1]. We’d like to kindly ask you to consider donating the cost of one cup of coffee to a greater cause.

Our goal is 1,000 cups ($1,380)

JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN.