Can the right cup of coffee be more beneficial to your health? Organo Gold appears to offer what most other brands fail to deliver — a health-enhanced coffee. So, the makers of Organo Gold coffee and teas enhance their beverage with a Chinese herb called Ganoderma Lucidum. It’s a medicinal mushroom (Reishi), used for centuries in Asia. In fact, the mushroom is widely popular, said to be more valuable than Ginseng, and there have been many international clinical tests to see how best to use Ganoderma Lucidum to treat disease. Read more at PRNewswire about Organo Gold.
Research confirms that coffee-lovers who enjoy three to five cups a day can protect their heart. Even better, the arteries of people who drink three to five cups of coffee a day are less calcified than those who drink little to no coffee at all. This was the conclusion reached by a review of physicians from Boston who evaluated 36 coffee varieties and heart studies. Organo Gold ventures a step further by blending their coffee, and teas with this nutraceutical element. Founder and CEO, Bernardo Chua manufacturers this drink and has always suspected his blend could make the body healthier. The Philippine native grew up with a well understood perspective of Chinese medicine, and the positive effects on the body.
The coffee connoisseur founded Organo Gold in 2008. Over the years, the company has won several prestigious awards including People’s Choice and the Gold Medal Award from the Napoleon Hill Foundation. The company started out selling premium coffee blends, and today they’ve added teas, cocoa, and a range of personal care products to the list. Headquartered in British Columbia, there are more than 30 locations around the world, and still growing.
One thing is for sure, Organo Gold is giving other coffee manufacturers a run for their money. Not only is coffee good for the heart, but Organo Gold’s version of a healthier drink is better for the entire body. Read the reviews at dietspotlight.com.