The "Big Picture" surrounding Coffee

The "Big Picture" surrounding Coffee

People often associate the jitters, anxiety, and crash that follow coffee consumption with the caffeine content. However, caffeine is only partially responsible for these side effects. This article delves deeper into the "big picture" surrounding coffee, exploring both the potential problems and positive attributes of this beloved beverage. Read on to learn about the health effects of roasted coffee, the benefits of caffeine, gut and gastrointestinal problems, and a groundbreaking solution that combines hydration with clean organic caffeine.


The Bad: Dehydration, Health Risks, and Gastrointestinal Issues in Roasted Coffee

Dehydration is a prevalent issue, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. People tend to lose water during sleep, and consuming caffeine in a dehydrated state can exacerbate these effects [1]. Coffee also has diuretic properties, which can contribute to dehydration [2]. Furthermore, the coffee roasting process may produce potential toxins and byproducts, such as acrylamide [3]. Conventional farming methods can expose coffee beans to pesticides, herbicides, molds, and even human feces, posing additional health risks [4]. Roasted coffee can also cause gastrointestinal problems, including acid reflux, GERD, and IBS, due to compounds that stimulate stomach acid production and irritate the gastrointestinal lining [5][6].


The Good: Positive Attributes of Coffee and Raw Green Coffee Bean Caffeine

Caffeine is known for enhancing cognitive functions, performance levels, mental acuity, endurance, mood, motivation, and productivity [7]. Numerous studies have documented these benefits, demonstrating the potential for caffeine to improve various aspects of daily life. Beverages that use raw green coffee bean caffeine may offer certain advantages, such as higher concentrations of chlorogenic acid, which can have antioxidant properties and help regulate glucose metabolism [8]. Green coffee extract has also been linked to modest weight loss and reductions in blood pressure [9].


The Solution: Hydration and Clean Organic Caffeine

The key to unlocking the positive aspects of caffeine while mitigating the negative impacts lies in maintaining optimal hydration and using clean, organic caffeine sources. By combining these elements, individuals can experience increased energy levels, improved focus, elevated moods, enhanced productivity, and longer endurance.


GREEN: The Game Changer

GREEN offers a revolutionary approach to hydration and caffeine consumption. GREEN follows the World Health Organization's guidelines for ORTs with a precise ratio of salt to sugar [10]. The organic coconut water, pressed cane juice, and pink Himalayan sea salt activate the body's sodium-glucose co-transport system, promoting rapid rehydration. In layman's terms, the sodium-glucose co-transport system enables efficient absorption of water and electrolytes, ensuring proper hydration [11].

Additionally, GREEN utilizes raw green coffee beans as a source of clean caffeine. Studies have shown that green coffee beans offer numerous health benefits, making them a superior alternative to conventional coffee sources [8].

In summary, while traditional coffee has its drawbacks, including dehydration, health risks, and gastrointestinal issues, GREEN presents an innovative and health-conscious alternative. By blending the benefits of caffeine with the principles of Oral Rehydration Therapy, GREEN offers a unique product that hydrates, energizes, and supports overall well-being. With raw green coffee bean caffeine and organic ingredients like coconut water, pressed cane juice, and pink Himalayan sea salt, GREEN is more than just a beverage; it's a lifestyle shift towards healthier, more sustainable energy.


Embrace the Change: Try GREEN Today!

Ready to transform your daily ritual? Experience the difference with GREEN's unique formula. Hydrate effectively, enjoy clean, organic energy, and enhance your productivity without the unwanted side effects of traditional coffee. Join the movement towards a healthier, more energized life.



Alan Joauqin




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