Cold Brew Low Acid Coffee That’s Stomach-Friendly

Coffee, a morning ritual and for many of us an anytime pleasure. But, if you’ve ever experienced the uncomfortable side effect of heartburn or a churning, burning stomach after having even just one cup was the pleasure worth the pain? To be fair, it’s not really coffee’s fault. High heat and fast brewing is what really increases the amount of acid in coffee and keeps caffeine levels high too. Coffee contains many types of acids, some of which can cause varying amounts of gastrointestinal discomfort to its fans. Often people are told to give up coffee, and other highly acidic foods...


Cold Brew Coffee Goes Mainstream

Cold brewed coffee has been around for decades. This might be news to many people but I can tell you that my grandfather actually cold brewed his coffee for 40 years and that was 30 years ago. The actual origin of cold brewing is a bit unknown, but there are stories of ancient people in Central and South America brewing coffee using a cold water process.Whatever the case, this brew method is coming out of the shadows and taking center stage in the world of coffee brewing. Cold brew coffee can be now be purchased at virtually any grocery...


Low Acid Coffee Naturally, Your Teeth Will Thank You

We’ve all seen the movie about the cheeky British spy with bad teeth. Sure he’s hilarious but if your teeth looked like that it would be no laughing matter. And if they did you could just get them whitened right? For coffee lover’s, teeth whitening is a cosmetic solution, but it’s own set of problems if overdone. Frequent tooth whitening can cause issues ranging from tooth sensitivity and discoloration, leaving teeth looking grey or bluish in color, to actual tissue damage, which can require more drastic dental procedures to include root canals. Here’s more info on some of the problems...


Concerned About Cholesterol In Coffee?

Could Your Coffee Maker Be Hurting Your Health? Coffee is something that is not only the second most consumed beverage on the planet behind water but for many people is really the fuel that gets them through their day (or at least until mid-morning!). But, how coffee is brewed is not something many people put thought into. They buy makers because their last one died, they see one at the store on sale and it will do the trick, or a friend has one that seems like the next best thing. But if your cholesterol levels matter to you, the coffee...