What would you do if I told you that coffee can be good for you? I know this is contrary to popular belief that ingesting too much caffeine can exacerbate or even trigger a host of diseases. But I am not talking about just any ‘regular’ coffee, I’m talking about Ganoderma Coffee by Organo Gold.
Everybody loves coffee. In fact, it is the second most consumed beverage in the world, next to water. The love for coffee transcends races, colors, and gender. Wherever you are in the world, you will always find coffee being enjoyed. Unfortunately, coffee has a number of ill effects on the body. Regular coffee drinkers are at risks of heart diseases, stomach acidity, dehydration and its symptoms like dry mouth, headache, lethargy, weakness in muscles, and dizziness as well as other ailments. Some people have caffeine intolerance and have to avoid coffee altogether, that’s why your doctor and other health professionals are always warning you about drinking too much coffee and having too much caffeine.
Fortunately, there is today a better, healthier alternative to coffee. Now, let me share with you Organo Gold Ganoderma Coffee and what makes this coffee stand out from all the other types of coffee available on the market. As a coffee drinker myself, I am very particular with my taste and preferences. So here goes…
Organo Gold Ganoderma Coffee is made from premium Arabica coffee beans. Every coffee connoisseur knows that among all coffee beans, Arabica is considered the best. Not only is Organo Gold made of the best quality coffee there is to be found, it has been infused with Ganoderma Lucidum, a medicinal herb used in Asian medicine for centuries now because of its amazing healing capabilities.
This unique combination of coffee and Ganoderma has resulted in a unique blend that you can enjoy without having to worry about the ill effects that regular or even decaffeinated coffee brings. Instead, you will experience a boost in your energy because Ganoderma pumps more oxygen into your bloodstream, thus promoting excellent blood circulation. Not only that, Ganoderma helps achieve a balance in your system and increases your resistance to diseases. Well, isn’t this great news for all coffee lovers out there? Rather than coffee causing ill effects this coffee is actually having a positive effect…. I’ll drink to that!
But surely something that is labeled “healthy” cannot taste good. This is a common reaction to most people. I myself felt the same way when Organo Gold Coffee was introduced to me. The only way to find out is to try it, so try it I did. Honestly, my first sip was nothing spectacular. I found myself comparing it to the brewed coffee I was so used to drinking. But I did observe that the more you drink, the better the taste becomes, by the end of my first cup I found myself wanting one more sip. Surely it didn’t taste just like an excellently brewed coffee but it carries with it a distinct characteristic that left me pleasantly surprised and intrigued.
What amazed me more was the energy boost I noticed within ten minutes after finishing my cup. I didn’t feel high or jittery but just more alert with more vigor. This is great when there is so much to do. I realized this is the Ganoderma working because I did not experience an acidic stomach, which I normally do with my regular coffee and after an hour or two I didn’t feel fatigued craving another caffeine hit like I normally do, rather I just seemed to maintain my alertness.
I love it when you discover something new that is good for you, like any great product or service. Naturally I wanted to share this with others, just as I would recommend a good hair dresser or restaurant.
Organo Gold Ganoderma Coffee is indeed a better alternative worth looking into more closely. This unique blend of science and nature has produced a superior product not only in terms of health benefits but also in taste and smell. Today, my mornings are never complete without my cup of Organo Gold Ganoderma Coffee to keep me energetic the whole day through.
According to an online publication at http://www.fda.gov , studies show that controlled amounts of caffeine are not damaging to health. Some doctors suggest a limit of 100 to 200 mg (one to two 5-ounce cups of coffee) each day. However, each person is different and others can tolerate a higher amount if they are not caffeine sensitive. Size and gender also play a role in caffeine tolerance hence experts say that 600 mg (four to seven cups of coffee) each day is just too much.
The table below is a general guide and may assist you to determine the amount of coffee you have been consuming. I am leaving this information to help you decide, if you haven’t yet, to try Organo Gold Ganoderma Coffee.
|Regular small coffee||135 mg of caffeine|
|Regular Black Tea||50 mg of caffeine|
|Diet Coke||46 mg of caffeine|
|1 oz. of dark chocolate||22 mg of caffeine|
|Ganoderma Coffee||9 mg of caffeine|
|Green Tea||30-50 mg of caffeine|
|Most coffee||pH is 5.5|
|Ganoderma Coffee||pH between 7.3-7.5|