Thank you for participating in my coffee poll! For the record, I fall into the "I drink the standard one to two cups a day" category. I would say one cup, but, technically speaking, a cup of coffee is only 6 ounces. And the mug I drink from (specially designed with a photo collage of my littles) is a 12 ounce cup. Does that mean I drink two cups of coffee a day?
Here is the question of all questions: How can I drink coffee -- with my resolve to be healthy and help others be healthy and all?
And here is my answer: I drink NutriCafe. First, it tastes so totally delish... nothing like your grocery store brands but a whole lot more like a starbucks type brand. Second, it is a low-acid bean so I am not wreaking havoc on my digestive system. Third, it is infused with nutritional extracts that boost immunities and increase stamina. Fourth, it is a bean that contains about 1/2 the caffeine as other brands of coffee.
If you're a coffee drinker, you just have to find out more! Right now, if you buy any four bags of coffee beans, you get a bag of coconut palm sugar free... great way to sweeten your coffee without refined sugar. They've also got a coconut milk powder that seems to be a good solution to the over-processed, fractionated, sugared-up options for creamer out there. I'll tell you if it's good. I plan to order some with my next batch of coffee beans.