The Powerful Health Benefits of Coffee Enema Therapy that Big Pharma Does Not Want you to Know

The Powerful Health Benefits of Coffee Enema Therapy that Big Pharma Does Not Want you to Know by John P. Thomas Why does Big Pharma hate coffee enema therapy? The answer is that coffee enemas are a powerful liver detoxification tool, a pain relieving therapy, and a therapy for cleansing and healing the colon.

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Coffee drinkers have lower risk of death

Older adults who drank coffee -- caffeinated or decaffeinated -- have a lower risk of death overall than people who did not drink coffee, according to a study by researchers from the National Cancer Institute (NCI). These results are from a large study of older adults who were observed (after adjustment) for the effects of other risk factors on mortality, such as smoking and alcohol consumption.

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  Drinking coffee can help protect healthy brain function as you age   Drinking coffee can help protect healthy brain function as you age

Coffee often gets a bad reputation because of all of the sugar and additives that are mixed in with it. Companies like Starbucks welcome diabetes by selling espresso drowned in inane amounts of sugar. Their newest Frappuccino line contains 400 percent the daily recommended amount of sugar, which equates to 30 cubes of sugar per beverage!

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  Drinking coffee dramatically lowers multiple sclerosis risk   Drinking coffee dramatically lowers multiple sclerosis risk

If you're a fan of coffee, this article will give you yet another reason to pour yourself a second cup. If coffee's not your thing, you may want to reconsider it for the sake of your good health.

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EU Embraces 'Suspended Coffee': Pay It Forward With A Cup Of Joe
by Sylvia Pogglioli

Tough economic times and growing poverty in much of Europe are reviving a humble tradition that began some one-hundred years ago in the Italian city of Naples. It's called caffè sospeso — "suspended coffee": A customer pays in advance for a person who cannot afford a cup of coffee.

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Healthier Coffee - 5 ways to make it the ultimate experience

One of the first things we think about when engaging in our morning routine is securing our cup of coffee. Without it, the world is a bit dimmer, but once it is in our hot hands, the world is full of sunshine and rainbows. It seems that little can go wrong with our cup of coffee, but the truth is there are many things that can be improved upon to ensure that consistent coffee consumption does not adversely affect our health.

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Increasing consumption of coffee is associated with reduced risk of type 2 diabetes

New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes) shows that increasing coffee consumption by on average one and half cups per day (approx 360ml) over a four-year period reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes by 11%. The research is led by Dr Frank Hu and Dr Shilpa Bhupathiraju, Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, Boston, MA, USA, and colleagues.

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Nature’s Biggest Secret Healer: Coffee Enemas

"How do you want your coffee?" is a question that we hear a lot. A coffee colon cleanse probably would not immediately come to mind.

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Seven natural solutions to overcome morning fatigue and kick the coffee addiction

Overcoming coffee addiction can be tough for many people, especially when the headaches, jitters, and other nasty withdrawal symptoms start kicking in. But finding alternative sources of daily energy to replace caffeine with just might be the best thing you ever do for your health. Here are seven alternatives to coffee that will help you overcome morning fatigue, gain lasting energy throughout the day, and ultimately defeat your coffee addiction.

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