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  • Struggling With Adrenal Fatigue? Don’t Quit Your Coffee Habit!

    Many people move from one cup of coffee to the next to keep their energy up. This begs the question:  Does coffee negatively affect your adrenal glands and contribute to adrenal fatigue or is it a positive boost to your day?
  • The Shocking Truth: What's Hiding in Non-dairy Creamer

    Many people do not understand that a plethora of harmful chemicals and additives are hiding inside dairy alternatives. Here are some of the top culprits  to look out for if you purchase non-dairy creamer.
  • Best Coffee Filters: Keep What’s Good and Let Go of the Rest

    What’s the big deal about coffee filters; isn’t one filter just as good as another? The truth is, for most people, their coffee filters may be one of the things easily overlooked when brewing a perfect pot of coffee. Your chosen filter, however, has a huge impact on both the flavor and health of your coffee.

  • How to Fully Experience Coffee LIke a Barista

    Specific aroma and flavor profiles are described by baristas to differentiate among different types of coffees and roasts. Aroma and taste are the main factors by which we determine our coffee preference. There are secondary factors to consider as well. But you don’t have to be a barista to explore these aspects of your coffee at home.

  • The Drink of Choice for Athletes

    Caffeine has long  been known to boost athletic performance; it is a go to substance for athletes. The World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) banned athletes from using caffeine to enhance performance from 1984-2004. They realized after that time it really was not possible to continue to ban a drink whose benefits arise from the daily consumption of 2-5 cups per day.
  • Drink More Coffee: Slash Risks of Heart Disease

    Like many of you, I love my morning cups of coffee. Like many, I have wondered over the years what this habit is doing to my body. I have been told by doctors to avoid coffee for best heart health. But I never thought to question this advice until recently…have we been duped for decades?

  • Should Your Coffee Have a Skull and Crossbones?

    With increased exposure to chemicals in our world, we have a relative increase in chronic disease. It is important to know where these toxic substances are infiltrating our lives and do our best to eliminate the sources. Unfortunately, one source may be your morning cups of joe.

  • Simple Ways to Incorporate Gratitude Into Your Coffee Habit

    One of the most powerful, yet simple ways to combat negativity is to create more mindfulness in our lives. One of my favorite ways to create a new habit is to tie it to a habit I already enjoy, in this case my morning cup of coffee! Try some of these tips!
  • The Real Truth About Coffee and Hydration

    If you have lived on this planet for a while, chances are you’ve heard people tell you that coffee is dehydrating. Given the fact that Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee daily, it stands to reason that we should investigate this statement. Do we need to be concerned about drinking coffee? Can we stay properly hydrated as coffee drinkers?

  • Coffee and the Microbiome: What the Research Says

    Coffee gets your day moving in multiple ways: inside and out! With more and more information coming out about the microbiome lately, we thought it was a good idea to talk about the most consumed drink and its impact on this landscape. 

  • Keto Mocha Panna Cotta Recipe

    This creamy keto and paleo-friendly, low-carb Mocha Panna Cotta recipe combines coffee and chocolate into a simple, yet elegant dessert that’s sure to please. Feel free to adapt the flavors of the basic recipe - try new flavors or add your own garnishes to make this your own.
  • Warning: Is Your Coffee Responsible for Your Painful Symptoms?

    Imagine  your morning cup of joe or frothy latte laced with mold and mycotoxins! As disgusting as this sounds, recent research confirms the presence of these toxic metabolites produced by fungi in many commercial coffee samples, leading to concerns about potential public health risks from coffee consumption.