Over 80% of Americans drink coffee at least once a day, and many of us need coffee to start our days. Black coffee has positive effects on the body. Coffee improves energy levels, helps burn fat, and can help fight depression. On the other hand, caffeine can be addictive and users can become dependent on it. It also increases blood sugar levels, increases anxiety, and interacts negatively with some medications. Many of us also drink coffee with cream, sugar, and sometimes a flavor shot. These extras add calories and fat to your cup of coffee, so check out the nutrition information of each option before making it at home or ordering it in your favorite coffee spot. If you do not favor black coffee, consider cutting down your coffee intake, replacing it, or finding alternative ways to make it healthy.