Is Bio Coffee organic?
Bio Coffee is 100% organic. Because Bio Coffee is a globally made product, it is not certified by the USDA, however, it is certified by Moody International. Moody International is a global, multi-accredited organization that provides a range of comprehensive food safety certifications to companies internationally. The wheatgrass contained in the Bio Coffee is organically grown and cultivated through the use of biotechnology by INS Biotechnology Co. Ltd. in Thailand. INS's commitment to quality and excellence has caused it to emerge as one of the world's leading makers and suppliers of the finest herbs and nutritional supplements. The high-quality Arabica instant coffee contained in the Bio Coffee is made from prime washed, organically grown Arabica coffee beans. So treat yourself to a superior coffee that not only supports environmental health by the methods used to produce it, however also supports the overall well-being of those who partake of it.
What makes Bio Coffee alkaline?
The first and only alkaline coffee on the market today!
It's the main ingredient– the wheatgrass! Vegetables in general can effectively neutralize acids in the body because they are rich in bicarbonates and other alkaline minerals like calcium, magnesium, manganese, and iron. Among all vegetables, wheatgrass is hailed as the King of Alkaline Foods.
In a study done in the Japan Analysis Center, the alkaline properties of wheatgrass were compared to different alkaline foods such as lettuce, limes, tomatoes, bananas, celery, and spinach. The acid-neutralizing properties of wheatgrass ranked the highest at 66.4 megahertz, as compared to spinach which came in second place at 39.6 megahertz. Further analysis done on wheatgrass revealed that it has high levels of bicarbonates, alkaline minerals, trace minerals, and oxygen-rich chlorophyll which all effectively neutralize acids in the body. These alkalizing properties of wheatgrass have a lot to do with the many health benefits of wheatgrass. What does this mean for you? Drinking Bio Coffee will help to prevent your body from becoming acidic. Remember, an acidic environment promotes diseases, particularly inflammation, including cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and respiratory disorders.
So treat yourself to the first and only alkaline coffee on the market today!
I am diabetic, can I drink Bio Coffee?
Yes, you can. Bio Coffee's key ingredient is wheatgrass. The fiber in wheatgrass regulates the absorption of sugar and cholesterol from food. This will prevent a sudden rise in blood sugar levels, which is commonly experienced by diabetics after a meal.
Wheatgrass contains high levels of magnesium. Magnesium supplementation has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity. Based on current knowledge, magnesium repletion plays a role in delaying the onset of type 2 diabetes and in warding off its devastating complications like cardiovascular disease, retinopathy, and nephropathy. The other nutrients found in Bio Coffee (various vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, B complex, C, E, K, calcium, iron, phosphorous, zinc, cobalt, and sulfur) support energy levels and the overall health of diabetics.
Is Bio Coffee a suitable product for vegans?
Yes! The four ingredients contained in Bio Coffee are high-quality Arabica Instant Coffee (made from prime washed, organically grown Brazilian Arabica coffee beans), wheatgrass, oligosaccharide (extracted using biotechnology), and a non-dairy creamer (made from glucose syrup and vegetable fat). Bio Coffee is specially formulated for those who are looking to attain and maintain optimal health. Bio Coffee is also organic, alkaline, full of fiber, and loaded with vitamins and minerals! Bio Coffee is packaged in individual sachets so that your busy lifestyle doesn't cause you to miss out on what your body needs. It's nutrition that is accessible and convenient and best of all, it tastes amazing!
An ingredient in Bio Coffee is oligosaccharide. What is an oligosaccharide?
Oligosaccharides are carbohydrates that have 3-10 simple sugars linked together. They are found naturally, in many plants. Plants with large amounts of oligosaccharides include chicory root, Jerusalem artichokes, onions, leeks, garlic, legumes, asparagus, wheatgrass, and other plant foods. It is estimated that North Americans get about 1-3 grams naturally in their diets each day, while Europeans get 3-10 grams.
Recent interest has also been drawn to oligosaccharides because of an important characteristic: the human digestive system has a hard time breaking down many of these carbohydrates. Almost 90% escapes digestion in the small intestine and reaches the colon where it performs a different function: that of a prebiotic. When oligosaccharides are consumed, the undigested portion serves as food for the intestinal microflora. Clinical studies have shown that oligosaccharides can increase the number of friendly bacteria in the colon while simultaneously reducing the population of harmful bacteria. So do something right for your body, have a cup of Bio Coffee today!