Key Nutrients

  • Black coffee has zero calories
  • One cup of coffee contains
  • 2% RDA Vitamin B3
  • 11% RDA vitamin B12
  • 6% RDA vitamin B5
  • 3% RDA potassium and manganese
  • 7 milligrams of magnesium
  • 2 grams of fiber
  • Loaded With Key Antioxidants

Coffee has many more antioxidants than a serving of oranges, raspberries, grape juice, and even blueberries to reduce inflammation, and lowers the risk of disease and sickness related to inflammation in the body

  • Quinine
  • Cafestol
  • Plant Phenols
  • Trigonelline
  • Chlorogenic Acid
  • Melanoidins

Focus and Mental Concentration is more efficient and boosts cognitive function

The caffeine from coffee is absorbed into the bloodstream and is taken it up to the brain where it blocks Adenosine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter that helps increase dopamine levels that can boost mood, focus, and concentration.

  • Increases your attention span
  • Increases ability to reason with logic
  • Dramatically improves reaction time
  • Those who drink 3-4 cups of coffee a day have a 65% less chance of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia as they get older
  • Helps to Boost memory
  • Increases vigilance
  • Boosts Energy
  • Alleviates fatigue

Heart Health is a benefit

Loaded with phytochemicals that have anti-inflammatory effects, that help to reduce risks for numerous heart related diseases and atherosclerotic blockages.

  • Improves blood sugar control to help control diabetes that causes higher risks for heart disease and strokes
  • Promotes oral health by slowing down the progression of and possibly reversing periodontal disease that has been linked to heart disease
  • Reduces risk of death after experiencing a heart attack
  • Can Fight Cancer
  • Contains cancer fighting agents
  • Chlorogenic Acid: An antioxidant and major phenol in coffee
  • Quinic Acid: A phytochemical in coffee that gives it its acidic taste
  • Cafestol: Only found in unfiltered coffee like French press or boiled coffee
  • Kahweol: Only found in unfiltered coffee like a French press or boiled coffee
  • Caffeine: Stimulates the central nervous system
  • N-Methylpyridinium (NMB): An antioxidant in coffee that is created through the roasting process
  • Riboflavin: Vitamin B2
  • Breast Cancer – Drinking at least two to three cups of coffee a day may help to reduce risks for developing breast cancer or possibly delay its onset
  • Oral Cancer is reduced by 39% when four or more cups of coffee are consumed a day
  • Brain Cancer – Both men and women may get a 40% reduction in certain forms of brain cancer
  • Colorectal Cancer – Researchers report the finding that coffee is associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer, and the more coffee the subjects drank, the lower their risk became.
  • Liver Cancer – Scientists report a 41% reduction in liver cancer risk if you drink 1-3 cups of coffee a day
  • Skin Cancer – Coffee drinkers are less likely to develop melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer
  • Prostate Cancer – A 60% reduction in prostate cancer risk in men was found when consuming 6 cups of coffee a day
  • Uterine Cancer – Scientists have found coffee to be a protective factor for uterine cancer with the greatest benefits resulting from four cups a day, but even drinking two or three cups reduced risks by 7% as compared to women who drank no coffee at all
  • Reduced Risk of Stroke – There is evidence that coffee drinking can reduce the risk of stroke by 20%
  • Lower Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes
  • Studies have shown that coffee drinkers can reduce their risk of Type II diabetes by as much as 50%
  • Chlorogenic acid in coffee inhibits the absorption of glucose, evening out insulin levels
  • Reduced Risk of Parkinson’s Disease
  • Studies have shown that caffeine may lower risks of Parkinson’s by up to 60%
  • Protects Against Dementia
  • Studies have shown coffee to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by as much as 65%
  • Protects The Liver
  • Those who drink at least 4 cups of (black) coffee every day can protect their liver from cirrhosis, reducing the risk of liver disease by 80%

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