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Coffee and Adrenal Fatigue

Do I have to Give up Coffee because of Adrenal Fatigue? If you have been told to stop drinking coffee and you are about to act on it, please read on. There is increasing concern that our high-stress and fast-paced lifestyles might be influencing our … Read more

Iced Coffee

Iced Coffee for Health

When the summer sun bears down, not a lot of people want to slurp hot coffee. Iced coffee exists for those of us with a love of a morning (or afternoon!) brew and a hatred of heat exhaustion. Aside from being hydrating and rejuvenating, iced … Read more

Drinking Coffee Can Help You Live Longer

There are a lot of reasons to drink coffee–especially when it’s harvested, roasted, and brewed in a way that maximizes its healthful and flavorful qualities. It tastes great first thing in the morning or as an afternoon pick me up. It boosts energy and mental … Read more

Coffee: An unexpected ally in the fight against cancer

Cancer is one of the most frightening and pervasive diseases worldwide. Amazingly, coffee is turning out to be one of the most easily accessible tools to fight it. Compounds in coffee that might alter cancer’s progression and effects include chlorogenic acids (CGAs), diterpenes, and yes, … Read more

A Healthy Coffee Habit can Help Your Heart

Stressing over inconsistent information about coffee’s role in heart disease is enough to cause chest flutters. Common knowledge over the years has set up coffee to look like a menace to the human heart, but fortunately for coffee fans things are not that black and … Read more

Mycotoxins in Coffee

Ochratoxin A: Coffee’s Most Harmful Mycotoxin

Mold & mycotoxins in coffee: Can they survive the roasting process? You may have heard the term “mycotoxins” used by people concerned with the link between coffee and health. There are two camps: one that says mycotoxins can do lasting harm to the body, and … Read more

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