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    Is Organic Coffee Better for You Than Traditional Coffee?

    Is Organic Coffee Better for You Than Traditional Coffee?

    by Alex Brecher September 02, 2022

    There are a lot of health claims out there when it comes to foods and beverages. Many of them don’t mean much, but a claim of being “organic” is a different story. If it’s organic, such as Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee, you can bet it meets strict standards and is highly regulated. Is it any better for your health than traditional coffee? Let’s take a look!

    Conventional versus Organic Coffee

    Conventional coffee bean growers may allow it to come into contact with all kinds of synthetic compounds. Fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides can all be synthetic. And decaffeinated coffee may go through a process that includes chemicals. 

    Organic coffee is not allowed to come into contact with a long list of chemicals. Even more, the soil that it’s grown in can’t have been in contact with these chemicals for at least three years before the coffee beans are planted.

    Unlike some other aspects of food regulation, the National Organic Program is highly regulated and enforced by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). That way, you can be sure that an organic coffee, such as Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee, has met all of the strict standards to be truly organic.

    Organic Coffee and Weight

    Coffee is naturally good for weight loss. It may boost metabolism and promote fat burning. When it’s caffeinated, it has an even bigger effect. But what happens when you have conventional coffee?

    Chemicals that are often used in conventionally grown crops have actually been suspected of causing weight gain. They may alter metabolism in a few ways. Do you really want your coffee to do that? Or would you rather choose an organic coffee, such as Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee, and be certain it doesn’t have artificial compounds?

    Coffee and Health

    Coffee isn’t just great-tasting. It’s also healthy. Coffee drinkers are less likely to have diabetes, cognitive decline, and other chronic conditions. But synthetic chemicals have been suspected of having negative effects on health. And organic coffee beans are naturally high in antioxidants.

    Decaffeinated Conventional and Organic Coffee

    Are you interested in decaf? Well, you should know that conventional coffee often uses chemicals in the decaffeination process. In contrast, Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee uses a chemical-free process called the Swiss Water Process. It involves water and a filter. That’s it!

    Best-Tasting Organic Coffee

    Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee is an organic coffee with high-quality beans and a medium dark French roast. Each sip is chocolatey and has notes of fruit, vanilla, and nuts. It comes in Regular, Decaf, and Half Caff, and each variety has Whole Bean and Ground options.

    If you want to be as healthy as possible, you want to give your body the highest quality products. Organic coffee is guaranteed to be free from a long list of synthetic compounds from soil to package. Alex’s Low-Acid Organic Coffee is a great-tasting, organic coffee that’s also lower in acid. It may taste even better when you know you’re giving your body something completely clean.


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