NO IT DOESN'T
Anyone who says that is drinking the wrong coffee. If you have to add milk and creamer every day then you're not drinking quality coffee. Good coffee is an amazing creature and for just a few calories (about 7 a cup) you can have a taste treat that delights the senses and leaves you satisfied.
I drink coffee every day.
LOTS of coffee
And this isn't me anymore
COFFEE IS NATURALLY SWEET.
I don't need the caffeine to exercise, but it doesn't hurt. Gives me energy and can cut down of muscles soreness afterwards.
If you want to keep having your morning cup of joe but don't want to add sugar - start with a great bean. I prefer pour overs and what I call "complicated coffee" but you don't have to do any of that. I don't deny being a coffee snob, but only a moderate one. I know that not everyone wants to put as much time into getting it made as I do. You can still get a much improved cup of coffee by using good beans, freshly ground if possible, in your normal drip machine. (don't get me started on the single cup monsters)
Google roasters in your area and go buy a bag. Most will grind them for you if you need. Not sure what to buy? You can start with something basic like a Brazillian or Ethiopian. Most people like those. Taste the coffee before you add anything. With a sweet coffee you can really go too far if you're not careful. Before long you'll find that you don't want to add anything that might cover up the taste of the fancy, locally roasted beans you just bought.
And then you can spend your calories on something else. Even a tall skinny mocha from the Bucks has 110 calories. That's 110 calories that can go for real food. Drinking coffee at home? Sugar has 16 calories a teaspoon and flavored creamers have about 35 calories a serving - but most people I know use two or more servings of each per cup. That's at least 109 calories a cup and if you have more than a couple cups a day it really adds up. Again - calories that can go for REAL FOOD.
Just something to think about.