Gourmet Coffee

  • The risk for type 2 diabetes is lower among regular coffee drinkers than among those who don’t drink coffee.
  • A Harvard study found that people who drink 4 cups of coffee per day have a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s Disease.
  • Several studies have found a reduced risk of colon cancer in people who drink 4 or more cups of coffee per day, compared with those who rarely or never drink coffee.
  • Adults who drink 6 or more cups of coffee a day would reduce their risk of diabetes by 54% in men and 30% in women.
  • People who drink 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day were associated with an 80% reduction in risk for cirrhosis of the liver compared to people who don’t drink coffee.
  • Coffee is the most widely consumed antioxidant in the United States surpassing fruits and vegetables.
  • Adults with sensitive stomachs may not need to give up their love for coffee. Zimbabwe coffee is the least acidic gourmet coffee available.
  • If your commitment in 2009 includes Certified Organic Products, click here:  Schuil Certified Fair Trade Organic Coffees

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Health Benefits of Tea

Green Tea:

  • Boosts your immune system
  • Lowers blood sugar
  • Prevents cavities & tooth decay
  • Slows the aging process
  • Reduces risk of cancer
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Prevents Arthritis

Black Tea:

  • Prevents Cancer
  • Decreased risk of stroke
  • Reduced blood cholesterol
  • Contains vitamins C & K
  • Contains minerals magnesium & calcium

White Tea:

  • Least processed form of tea
  • Higher concentration of polyphenols
  • Slows the growth of bacteria associated with pneumonia & Strept infections
  • High amounts of cancer fighting antioxidants


  • A Tisane is an herbal infusion of herbs, spices or fruit.
  • Most Tisanes are naturally caffeine-free and very delicious hot or cold.


Coffee Sources:
Harvard School of Public Health
National Coffee Association
Mayo Clinic
US Veterans Affairs

Tea Sources:
“Green Tea and Human Health”
by Dr. Itaro Oguni
Medicinal Food News, 2003
The Linus Pauling Institute
“Antioxidants and Polyphenols of Tea”
by I. Dreosti

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