6 Benefits Of Coffee and 4 Important Reason You Should Always Drink Organic

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. 

You can go just about anywhere and get a cup of that warm and delicious drink.

It’s also used in popular and funny memes on social media!

Like this one or the one at the bottom of this post.

Coffee Quotes


I was late to the coffee drinking club.

I succumbed when I worked as a parole officer.

Generally, I worked 8-5p except for 1 day a week I had to be at the office at 7 am and work until 7 pm (I know, poor me).

It was those days that I reached for coffee to wake me up and perk me up in the afternoon. 

I would drink it black because it was for medicinal purposes, of course. 🙂

I didn’t learn to enjoy coffee until years later.

Now, I have at least one cup a day with stevia and cream.

Keep reading to discover the health benefits of coffee and savor your morning cup of coffee without guilt.

Don't feel guilty about drinking coffee. Coffee has many benefits just make sure you drink organic!

Six Powerful Benefits Of Coffee

I’ve joined the ranks of those who think a cup or 2 may actually benefit us. Here’s what I learned:

1) Coffee Contains Healthy Antioxidants

Coffee is said to be loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants. Interestingly, it may just be the number one source of antioxidants in the U.S. diet, according to a study in 2005.

Coffee beans contain antioxidants called quinines that become more potent after roasting.

Of course, you want to get antioxidants from other sources as well, but I’ll take what I can get from coffee, too.

Coffee May Boost Your Memory.

2) Coffee Can Enhance Your Memory

The caffeine in coffee has a positive effect on long-term memory according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University and published in Nature Neuroscience. 

It’s been said that caffeinated coffee increases the levels of a hormone that helps produce new neurons, which may reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s.

We already know that coconut oil helps fight Alzheimer’s so it sounds like combining the two would be a great morning drink.

3) Coffee Can Reduce The Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

Scientists are discovering that coffee inhibits certain polypeptides that are associated with diabetes. This may be after 4 cups of coffee so now I can freely admit I drink 4 cups some days. 🙂

4) Coffee May Protect Your Liver

A recent study from the University of Southampton in the UK has found that drinking 2 extra cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of liver cirrhosis.

I have to admit, I hadn’t given much thought to cirrhosis until I saw this research.

According to reports, cirrhosis is responsible for over 1 million deaths per year.


Coffee Can Boost Your Workout

5) Coffee Boosts Your Workout

The caffeine from coffee will give us more energy thus we may invest more effort into our workout.

I’ve found when I have my coffee in the morning and exercise about 30 minutes later I have more energy.

This is probably the same effect that people have from energy drinks before a workout.

6) You May Have Fewer Bouts of Depression

According to a Harvard study, drinking several cups of coffee could reduce the risk of suicide in men and women by about 50 percent.

Drinking coffee boosts your spirits and may make you 15 % less like to be depressed.

The mood-lifting effect might be traced to the antioxidants.

Always select organic coffee if you plan to drink it.

Four Important Reasons To Only Drink Organic Coffee

Ok, so you’ve learned a few benefits of coffee.

Maybe by now, you feel like it is ok to drink a couple of cups a day.

Now, let’s think about what kind of coffee to drink.

There are so many flavors, beans, etc. to choose from but the most important thing is the quality of the coffee.

Here are 4 reasons you should always select organic coffee.

1) No Chemicals

Did you know coffee beans are washed in a bath of chemicals before they reach your cup?

Usually, it’s a chlorine and ammonia-wash so essentially you are drinking chlorine and ammonia with your coffee each morning unless you select organic.

Organic coffee is never treated with any chemicals.

If you really want to reduce toxins you could try making your coffee without a coffee maker (those white filters are bleached with chlorine) using a French Press (like this one) or Pour Over (like this one).

Go here to see a few plastic-free coffee makers I reviewed.

6 Reasons to drink coffee

2) No Pesticides

Coffee beans are one of the most heavily sprayed crops of all foods produced.

You may only drink 1 cup of coffee a day but why not eliminate the toxins where you can?

3) You’re Helping The Farmers and Surrounding Residents Live Healthier

Organic coffee is produced on more stable land and is safer for the people living in the area as well as the farmers.

4) It Tastes Better

I can tell the difference between regular and organic coffee.

Maybe I am more sensitive to it but I taste the chemicals in conventionally grown coffee.

Coffee drinking has many benefits. I no longer feel guilty drinking it.

The Brands Of Coffee I Drink

I’ve tried many different brands of organic coffee.  

My favorite brand and what I usually stock up on is Isagenix (learn more about it here).

I like Isagenix brand because it is low acid and free of mycotoxins plus it is infused with green tea and coconut oil.

The Isagenix Premium (get it here) blend is essentially organic without the organic label. So, I usually just get the premium.

If I’m out of my Isagenix coffee I may pick up Newman’s Own at the grocery store or on Amazon.

Bottom Line

So the bottom line, from my research, drinking coffee in moderation may actually have some health benefits as long as you select organic coffee and don’t go overboard.

Of course, if your doctor suggests you avoid coffee, I would follow his advice.

Do You Drink Coffee? If so, what are your favorite less toxic brands?

Coffee Lover Meme

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