The idea of coffee clothing may sound a bit ridiculous, but hold on a second here, there might be something to this. A company called Virus Action Sport Performance has recycled spent coffee beans, processing them into fibers that are used to produce a warm base layer for cold weather activities. You do still need […]

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It seems I’m always seeing some new article touting the health benefits of coffee. This time around, I came across a single article that seems to cover most of them. Let’s see, coffee: Coffee reduces the risk of skin cancer (basal-cell carcinoma, specifically) reduces stroke risk reduces depression in women reduces risk of type 2 […]

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The website HowToGeek has a cool infographic that has all sorts of facts of coffee compared to tea. Health benefits of each, caffeine, etc. For example, did you know that adding milk to your tea may decrease or eliminate the benefits tea has in preventing cancer? Cool stuff. Click ‘more’ to view the full graphic.

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The fruit of the coffee cherries, previously discarded as waste in pursuit of the precious seed inside, has found a new usefulness as the main ingredient in a new energy drink, KonaRed.  The fruit is said to be rich in antioxidants and nutrients. Source: ecoprenurist.com   

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There’s been quite a bit of news about the potential health benefits of coffee, especially in the past few years as you’ll notice if you poke around the posts on this website. It’s become almost comical in a sense, when coffee is linked to yet another health benefit. This time, it’s the drug-resistant bacteria MRSA […]

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Research at the University of British Columbia suggests that roasting coffee beans dark can actually create antioxidants, which are generally believed to help with a whole assortment of health issues (such as aging). Perhaps more interesting though, was that they found that coffee loses around 90% of some chlorogenic acid (believed to be a source […]

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