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    Four Benefits of Low-Acid Coffee

    Four Benefits of Low-Acid Coffee

    by Alex Brecher December 23, 2022

    Coffee is a required part of life for so many of us, but it is not that simple. Now, there are so many choices, including low-acid coffee. Is the acid content of your coffee important? How much acid does regular coffee have?

    Plus, what else should you look for in a coffee? Is it important to select one brand over another? Here are four benefits of low-acid coffee and what to consider when choosing a coffee brand. 

    Benefits of Low-Acid Coffee

    There are a variety of reasons to consider low-acid coffee instead of a regular one. These are four of them.

  • It is gentler on the stomach.
  • Coffee is an acidic beverage. If you are on a low-acid diet, chances are that coffee is near the top of the list of foods and beverages that you cannot have. But what about a reduced-acid coffee?

    Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee has been independently tested and found to be lower in acidity than the average of national brands. That is good news if acid is a trigger for acid reflux, heartburn, ulcer flare ups, or digestive symptoms related to IBS or colitis. Bariatric surgery and GERD patients are also commonly told to follow a low-acid diet. 

    Choosing Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee not only reduces acid content, but lets you avoid mold and mycotoxins, too. That is definitely a formula for being gentler on the stomach! And, if caffeine is a trigger for symptoms, just select Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee in Decaf.

  • It tastes better.
  • What does acid taste like? It is sour and bitter, and that’s what it tastes like in coffee, too. Choosing a lower-acid coffee can reduce the sour and bitter flavors and aftertaste, leading to a more pleasant coffee-drinking experience.

    Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee is made with top-quality coffee beans from famous coffee-growing regions in the world. Notes in the coffee include hazelnuts, vanilla, and fruits. With a perfect medium dark French roast, you might also detect chocolate overtones.

  • It can support better workouts.
  • Have you ever had to quit a workout because you did not feel well? It is disappointing, and often it is preventable. For example, choosing a lower-acid coffee can help reduce stomach upset or acid reflux and unpleasant burning sensations during workouts if you drink coffee beforehand. Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee comes in Regular if you like an energy burst pre-workout, Half Caff if you want a bit of a charge without a jolt, or Decaf if you’re already revved up and prepared to get going.

  • It could make for better dental visits.
  • Your teeth are coated with a protective layer of dental enamel. If it wears away, your teeth become more susceptible to decay or dental caries. Acids can erode, or wear away at, your enamel, which is why dentists ask that you avoid having your teeth in contact for long with acidic foods and beverages such as citrus fruits, vinegar, and coffee, Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee is lower in acid, which could be protective against your teeth compared to higher-acid coffees.

    The benefits of low-acid coffee could make a significant impact on daily life. They include less digestive trouble, and possibly even better workouts. When you select a high-quality brand, you can be more confident in the benefits. Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee is fresh, pure, and perfectly roasted to give the perfect cup every time. Brew yourself a cup and experience for yourself the benefits of low-acid coffee.

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