Archive for September, 2011


Drinking Coffee Reduces the Risk of Depression

Drinking coffee reduces the risk of depression according to recently published research. An article published in volume 171 of the Archives of Internal Medicine by a team of Harvard researchers showed a lower incidence of depression in women who reported drinking at least four cups of coffee a day as compared to women who reported [...]

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Less Diabetes with Daily Organic Coffee

According to a study published recently in the Nutrition Journal, five cups of coffee daily improve liver and metabolic function. Two years ago research reported in the medical journal Archives of Internal Medicine noted that three to four cups of coffee a day will reduce the risk of getting Type II diabetes by a forth. [...]

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Organic Kona Coffee

Organic Kona coffee is grown on mountainous slopes on the Big Island of Hawaii. Kona coffee benefits from mild weather and moist growing conditions as well as the volcanic soil of the Hawaiian Islands. Because of its scarcity as well as its quality Kona coffee is one of the world’s most expensive coffees. Organic Kona [...]

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Starbucks Organic Coffee in China

The largest coffee retailer in the world is going to be selling more Starbucks Organic Coffee in China. The company opened its first outlet in China in 1999 and is now in 42 cities in Mainland China. Starbucks plans to triple its presence in China in the next four years. Starbucks prides itself in selling [...]

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