Is Organic Coffee Your Brain Food?

Coffee is one of the primary sources on antioxidants for most people. Coffee has been an important social occasion for over two hundred years and contributes to our daily nutrition. Inexpensive coffee can be found many places, but this coffee may have toxins from the area of its origin or the place that was roasted and ground. Do not ever freeze coffee. This dries it out. Keep fresh coffee beans on hand for a really good drink.
Roasting and grinding machines may be cleaned with products containing benzene or other toxic chemicals. Most coffee roasting factories do not use green cleaning products. This may leave a toxic residue on the machines that can get into the coffee. Coffee can also be grown on plantations that have poor quality chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
Is Organic Coffee Your Brain Food?
There are usually several affordable sources of organic coffee in metropolitan cities. Organic coffee helps your body avoid these serious health hazards. Organic coffee can improve short term memory and stimulate nerve impulses in the brain to make the brain more alert. It will affect the energy level of neurons and stimulate the body to clear slight to moderate brain fog. Drink pure water along with the organic coffee to prevent dehydration which slows metabolism.
Coffee protects your body from type 2 diabetes, gall stones, cardiac disease, liver cirrhosis, liver disease, and Parkinson's. It can increase mental alertness and enhance cognitive performance. It can improve long-term physical endurance. It can benefit the colon and the liver and helps protect these from cancer. It may also prevent stroke in people with high cholesterol levels.
The antioxidants in coffee can help slow inflammation in the brain. Coffee contains several phenols which are good at protecting the body from inflammation and free radicals. Phenols may protect against certain virus and bacteria. People with high organic coffee intake may experience fewer virus when traveling. Coffee contains chlorogenic acid that reduces blood sugar levels and may help delay the onset or prevent diabetes.
 If you are drinking coffee, focus on organic coffee for maximum health benefits! This is neuroprotectant. It prevents or slows the onset or progress of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Diabetes Type Two. Do not drink caffeinated coffee if you have MS or Lupus.
A great cup of coffee is made with cool pure filtered water. You can purchase an affordable Brita or Pur pitcher water filter or one that can be attached to your faucet. Grind your beans immediately and grind only the amount you need. Use one tablespoon of coffee for each six-ounce serving of coffee. Purchase a good grinder and stash it under the counter. They are very affordable and are good investments.
Keep several types of coffee on hand. There are French Roast, Colombian, Pacific Island, Brazilian, Italian and many others. There are several types of flavored coffees that may be used for desert coffee. There is a wonderful Swiss method that uses water to remove the caffeine from coffee in a non-toxic manner without chemicals. 
This Swiss decaf is often available in health food stores and online. There is a difference in the quality of organic coffees and you may need to try several to find a favorite. Look for a roasting factory in your area and try to purchase coffee wholesale.
Drip coffee has more health benefits than percolated coffee. You can purchase an old time hand grinder at an antique store. Always avoid aluminum coffee makers and pots of all types. Drink your coffee within 30 minutes for the maximum amount of antioxidants. 
Glass is the preferred method to protect your drink from absorbing any toxins. The new single portion coffee dispensers that have the single serving in a plastic container may have plastic contaminants from the very hot water hitting the plastic.
Dr R Stone has thee graduate degrees and has written two books available through AMAZON.
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