Benefits of Coffee from a Chief Scientist and formulator
I found a great article from Tom Mower, Chief Sisel Scientist and formulator about the benefits of the coffee, he wrote in September 8 2013 (Facebook). So continue reading to find out the benefits of coffee.
“Coffee could slice your suicide risk in half!
There are lots of benefits of Coffee
Coffee is the world’s cheapest, safest and most effective antidepressant — and if you’re doing it right, you’ve already had your daily dose today. Experts say with whole coffee, you are feeling good and we firmly believe you are doing even better, if you have made the wise choice to use Sisel’s micro-ground (not freeze dried) Panama Boquete Coffee with its vast array of health ingredients. Ref
Coffee is so good — even just the smell is so good — that it may stop you from taking a leap off a bridge, as new research finds it can slash your risk of suicide. The ingredient, no surprise, is caffeine — and Harvard researchers say getting the caffeine equivalent of two or three cups of coffee a day will slash your risk of suicide by 45 percent. Add a fourth cup — or more — and that risk plunges by 53 percent, according to the study of more than 200,000 men and women tracked for at least 16 years.
Micro-grinding Coffee is better
BUT it doesn’t seem to work with freeze-dried instant … another reason Sisel chose to us its revolutionary micro-grinding technology where the actives and flavors are not driven off as with freeze-dried instant coffee.
Along with perking you up, that shot of caffeine also kicks off a set of reactions in the body that ultimately causes the brain to release a blast of dopamine. That’s the “feel-good chemical” that causes you to… well… let me put it this way: Another great way to produce dopamine is with sex.
Coffee is a more office-friendly way to get that dopamine, and that’s not all it can do for your brain. Coffee drinkers may have a lower risk of
Parkinson’s disease, in part because that same caffeine helps block the receptors in the brain that cause the disease to progress. And now a mystery ingredient in coffee that is natural ground and with caffeine builds clusters of brain cells. So good-by Alzheimer’s researchers say if you drink 5-6 cups a day. Ref
Think that’s good? I’m just getting percolating here — because coffee is also chock full of antioxidants that can help protect the brain and heart, slash your risk of stroke, fight off cancer and even add years to your life.
The King of all Coffee Beans
Panamanian Boquete Geisha Coffee Bean is the King of all the Coffee Beans in the world. It has the highest levels of flavor and ingredients, due to its unique species and being grown at high mountain altitudes.
High altitudes produce the best coffee because more direct sunlight gets to them. A thinner atmosphere at high elevations lets in more cosmic radiation triggering a response in the bean to produce more flavonoids to protect itself this assault.
Add Chaga, as the Chinese say the “King of all Plants” and Ganoderma spore extract “the King of Mushrooms, and finish it off with what is regarded as two of the most important rejuvenative herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine from India – Bacopa & Gotu Kola, for a health bomb like no other in coffee ever before created.
The result – – is the best tasting cup of coffee you probably ever had, with incredibly powerful natural health benefits.
With coffee, too many people cancel out the benefits by adding sugar or chemical sweeteners.
The Panama Boquete Geisha Coffee Bean has been ranked as the best tasting in the coffee world according to the world coffee association for the past 12 years. Its sweet taste comes from the type of sweet volcanic it grows in, found nowhere else in the world. A taste is so sweet that sugar and chemical sweeteners are not needed or minimally if used at all.
Sisel KAFFE is on a level that no other coffee in the world has ever attained. Sisel believes it is unquestionably the world’s greatest tasting coffee with the world’s best array of health building/supporting ingredients.”
Try a free sample of Sisel Kaffe today and enjoy the benefits of coffee!
Last Updated on March 27, 2023 by Katie Sisel Distributor