Have you heard of smart coffee?  You may think your daily cup of coffee is smart. I want to talk to you about Elevate Smart Coffee.

One day I was scrolling through Facebook and a friend of mine posted, “Wow! I just lost 2 pounds in 2 days just from drinking coffee.”

At the time in my life, I was really struggling with post-baby weight…even though my “baby” is three years old!

So, her post really piqued my interest!

I asked for more information and she told me all about Elevate Smart Coffee.

I decided to jump in with both feet.

Here is my Elevate Smart Coffee Review.

There are two options with Elevate Smart Coffee. You can get it in either a tub of a package of sticks.

I like the tub because when you first start out, you may want to start with half a scoop. Since it’s an instant coffee, you simply add hot or cold water. Then dress it up as you normally would with your regular coffee.

Personally, I like to add it to my protein shake instead of drinking it like coffee.

Click here for my protein shake recipe 

This recipe keeps me full until lunchtime!

Elevate Smart Coffee Review – How to Use

My friend that posted on Facebook about this smart coffee says that she adds it to her normal cup of coffee. I tried it that way and DID NOT like it at first.

I have a problem with coffee, though. I don’t like too much caffeine and I don’t like the acidic aftertaste that you can typically get with coffee.

So, I kept trying different ways to enjoy the Elevate Smart Coffee until I figured it out for myself. For me, I enjoy smart coffee in my smoothie.

Elevate Smart Coffee Review – What Makes it ‘Smart Coffee’

This coffee contains nootropics. According to smartdrugsmarts.com:

Nootropics is an umbrella term for a class of chemicals — some naturally-occurring, some manmade — that give cognitive benefits to the human brain.

To get really technical, in order to be a nootropic, a substance must meet five criteria set by Dr. Corneliu E. Giurgea, the man who coined the term “nootropic.” The substance must…

  • Enhance memory and ability to learn.
  • Help the brain function under disruptive conditions, such as hypoxia (low oxygen) and electroconvulsive shock.
  • Protect the brain from chemical and physical assaults, such as anti-cholinergic drugs and barbiturates.
  • Increase the efficacy of neuronal firing control mechanisms in cortical and sub-cortical regions of the brain.
  • Possess few or no side effects and be virtually non-toxic.

This is a pretty hefty list of requirements for any chemical. In fact, anything that meets this full definition, could equally well be called a “miracle drug,” not just a nootropic.

However, normally when you hear the term nootropic kicked around, people really mean a “cognitive enhancer” — something that does benefit thinking in some way (improved memory, faster speed-of-processing, increased concentration, or a combination of these, etc.), but might not meet the more rigorous definition above. “Smart drugs” is another largely-interchangeable term.

Basically,  nootropics help with two main things:

  • Brain health
    • Cognitive function
    • Focus
    • Mental Clarity
  • Weight Management
    • Curb cravings
    • Eliminate sugar cravings
    • Stay fuller long

Elevate Smart Coffee Review – Happy Coffee?!

You may hear smart coffee referred to as happy coffee. That’s because the nootropics in the smart coffee help elevate the 4 happiness hormones – dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin, and endorphins.

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