Why Mold Free Coffee?
When it comes to coffee, quality matters. And one of the key factors in determining coffee quality is whether or not the beans are mold-free.
Why is mold-free coffee better? For one, moldy coffee beans can contain mycotoxins, which are toxic compounds that can pose serious health risks. In fact, ingesting mycotoxins has been linked to a host of health problems, including cancer.
But even if the coffee beans don't contain mycotoxins, moldy beans simply don't taste as good as fresh, mold-free beans. Moldy coffee beans can have an off-putting musty flavor that can ruin your cup of joe. I'll share a few of the benefits of drinking mold-free coffee below!
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Mold Free Coffee & Digestion
When it comes to coffee and digestion, there are two camps: those who love it and those who can't tolerate it. But what if there was a coffee that was mold-free and gentle on the stomach?
No more jittery stomachs or heartburn!Mold-free coffee is made with a process that eliminates the mold spores that can cause digestive distress. This means that even those who are sensitive to coffee can enjoy it without worry. And because it's easier on the stomach, it can also help reduce acid reflux.
Coffee is not only delicious and energizing, but it also has some great benefits for your liver! Drinking coffee can help to protect your liver from damage and disease, and can also help to improve its function.
Coffee is a rich source of antioxidants, which can help to protect your liver cells from damage. It also contains caffeine, which has been shown to boost liver function. So, drink up, and enjoy the benefits of coffee for your liver!
Coffee also helps boost bile production in the liver (kind of like bitters), and overall can help your liver function better.
There will always be a debate in the wellness world whether or not coffee is good for you. I believe to each their own, and moderation is key! I personally have tried going without coffee for extended periods of time....and I learned that life is just better with coffee :).