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Is there anything better than the first sip of coffee in the morning? Organic coffee is a far superior product to non-organic as it’s grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. These chemicals have been proven to irritate the skin and eyes, disrupt the nervous system and hormones, and even cause cancer, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. When it comes to consuming high-quality, organic food, you can rest assured you’re doing both your health and the environment a service. Discover the wonders of organic coffee and you’ll be hooked for life!

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A cup a day keeps the doctor away

Organic coffee is brimming with powerful antioxidants beneficial for your health. How do antioxidants work their magic? By neutralizing the harmful effects of “free radicals” and repairing oxidative damage in the body. Diets rich in antioxidants have been proven to prevent heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. Moreover, coffee is known to be the biggest dietary source of antioxidants for people in America. Many people find it easier to drink copious amounts of coffee than eat as much fruit and vegetables. So, not only is organic coffee delicious — especially paired with your own healthy homemade coffee creamer — but it’s also great for your body.

And, if you prefer your coffee decaffeinated, make sure it’s organic — your health will thank you. The majority of decaffeinated coffee has the caffeine removed with the help of chemical solvents (ethyl acetate, pressurized carbon dioxide, and methylene chloride). Alternatively, organic decaffeinated coffee makes use of a safe, natural, and chemical-free process called the Swiss water method. Organic decaf coffee avoids exposure to unnecessary toxicity and is also noticeably more flavorful than non-organic decaf.

A sustainable solution

We can’t talk about organic coffee with mentioning its many and very important benefits for the environment. Aside from the dangers they pose to our health, pesticides also contribute to soil erosion and water pollution. Furthermore, farm workers often experience illness due to pesticide handling. Organic farms eliminate the use of these harmful chemicals meaning they’re much safer for the environment, wildlife, farmers, and consumers alike.

Organic coffee. It’s healthy, sustainable, kinder the the environment — and not to mention tastes better! Drinking around three or four cups organic coffee per day can be part of any healthy lifestyle. So, kickstart your day with a cup of organic coffee and experience its life-enriching benefits for yourself!

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