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Are You Wasting The Best Part Of The Coffee Bean?

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For the longest time, the only coffee options we had were to use the roasted bean or the seed from the coffee plant and throw away the rest. 

The rest of that was called ‘red fruit’.  No one knew how to use it and it would rot quickly. So it got tossed. 

Well, scientists have figured a way to use that ‘red fruit’ from the coffee plant and all of the hidden properties it holds. 

Many researchers knew that there were a lot of nutrients within this coffee fruit, but extracting those nutrients were the challenge. 

A team of scientists cracked that nut (I know it isn’t a nut nor is this a pun 😉 ) and developed a way to utilize the entire coffee fruit.  They call it Coffeeberry®. 

It contains powerful antioxidants such as phenolic acids.  Coffeeberry® has such a high level of phenolic acids because of the sun’s rays that beat down on this fruit.  The Coffeeberry® fruit grows at a high altitude and is exposed to the intense rays the sun delivers. 

As the plant matures it is required to develop powerful antioxidants to protect this fruit from getting damaged. 

Tufts Universities U.S. Department of Agriculture Center for Aging measured the Oxygen Radical Absorbent Capacity (ORAC) of more than 40 fruits and vegetables.  When compared to a 1 gram serving of CoffeeBerry® Forte Extract it provides the same anti-oxidant radical power as consuming 459 fresh blueberries, 81 medium strawberries, 647 raspberries or even 1015 grapes. 

Pretty powerful little fruit isn’t it?….

These polyphenols found in CoffeeBerry® help to take the free radicals and neutralize them, provide protection against systemic oxidative stress and also reduce the incidence of oxidative disease pathways like coronary heart disease and diabetes. 

It also contains mannans and arabinogalactans which are polysaccharides along with five essential monosaccharides. 

Why this is important is because in conventional roasting these two nutrient are destroyed and not found in traditional coffee. 

Another very important finding is that eight carbohydrates are the basic building blocks of all biological communication. 

Scientists through research believe that these are essential for your immune system to function properly.  CoffeeBerry® releases 5 of these 8 monosaccharides during digestion and they are Mannose, Galactose, Fucose, Xylose, Arabinose, and Glucose. 

So while conventional coffee may have benefits if you don’t also consume this ‘red fruit’ you are missing out on some very important health benefits. 

Unfortunately, it isn’t easy to find sources that contain this coffee fruit so what a company has done is found a way to package it in an extract powder form. 

On the next page, you will discover how they are able to amplify the health benefits of this fruit when they packaged it into an extract powder that is viable and easy to consume.

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