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Gourmet Organic Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee
Gourmet Organic Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee
Gourmet Organic Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee
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Gourmet Organic Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee

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Gourmet Organic Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee

Low Acidity |  Non-GMO  |  100% Arabica

$10.59 / 6oz 

$4.49 / 2oz

Coffee Lovers: Why go with organic coffee beans? Because coffee is a heavily pesticide-sprayed crop, and consuming contaminated beans means you’re essentially drinking a beverage without any positive effects at all.

Aside from that, only purchase whole beans, not ground. Whole beans stay fresh longer while retaining their nutrients.

What Coffee Can Do for You

Recent studies have shown that coffee beans contain phenolic acid, a type of polyphenol, which is an antioxidant found in natural plant sources. This antioxidant is found to have cancer-fighting and antidepressant properties. Apart from these benefits, it can also give you the following:

  • Cleaner arteries – In a study published in the medical journal Heart, an experiment was conducted on 25,000 people who drank three to five cups of coffee regularly. The findings show that the coffee drinkers were less likely to have calcium deposits in their arteries than those who drank none or more than the controlled amount.
  • Lower risk of multiple sclerosis – Published by the American Academy of Neurology, a study was conducted between the connection of coffee consumption and multiple sclerosis. The findings conclude that people who consumed four to six cups a day had lower odds of getting multiple sclerosis.
  •  A healthier brain – Drinking coffee is linked to the production of serotonin, dopamine and noradrenaline. It triggers the release brain-derived neurotrophic factor, thus turning brain stem cells in to new neurons.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease state.