Coffee sent to your door
I drink coffee. I've considered it healthy for many years, even before the recent wave of scientific studies finding benefits and not finding health problems from its consumption.
It's a kind of bean soup, but with the beans roasted, crushed and only the broth consumed.
Café Mam (sounds like mom
) is grown by fair-trade cooperatives of native Mayan farmers living in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. The growers, primarily of the Mam, Tzetzal and Mochó peoples, are organized according to egalitarian democratic ideals that stress responsibility to the co-op, hard work and high standards. Their programs provide countless benefits to outlying native communities. [from cafemam
The coffee is grown without pesticides and the growers receive fair payment, which provides "countless benefits" to these groups of indigenous people.
I, a creature of habits formed decades ago, order the Light Roast, whole bean, [1-888-CAFEMAM] though most people like the expresso-like roasts or blends of light and dark roast beans. I've tried the decaf, and it's tasty, but that's not my cup of tea, so to speak.This just in:
LONDON - Drinking tea can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke but only if milk is not added to the brew, German scientists said on Tuesday.
“The beneficial effects of drinking black tea are completely prevented by the addition of milk, said Dr Verena Stangl, a cardiologist at the hospital.
Word I've heard is, same goes for coffee (it's healthy only without dairy).