Day 3 (the video below was filmed on Wednesday – I am a couple days behind on posting). Beginning Monday, June 29; all videos will be posted the same day they are filmed. This post is day 3 (wednesday morning, june 24) of the Skinny Coffee video journal. Day 3 is basically a recap of where I am at so far on what I have eaten (for example – day 2 I had mexican food for dinner) etc.
Boresha International‘s Bskinny Coffee is the best tasting coffee I have ever had. It even beats “Peet’s” coffee that many people like. I am not a fan of drinking coffee black but the Boresha International distributor recommended that I try it black just to see how smooth the coffee was and to prove to me that there was not a hint of bitterness…. He was right. I am amazed that I was able to drink the Skinny Cofee black. Don’t get me wrong, I still prefer to use Boresha‘s all natural, diabetic friendly sweetener, Bsweet .
Today is simply to check in with you real quick. I will give my weight and measurements in the next couple of days. If you want to try the coffee, get a free sample package that makes 8 to 10 cups of Skinny Coffee (it’s $2.75 for shipping). Now a 1 day sample isn’t necessarily going to show you the fat burning or weight loss attributed to the coffee, but I guarantee you should notice the energy you feel without having the jitters. You can get your free sample at www.skinnycoffeeworks.com . I hope you’ll be seeing “less” of me real soon !
Researchers now believe that coffee may counteract the negative / toxic effects of alcohol on the liver (cirrhosis).
It may be common knowledge, but because there is a fair amount of misinformation about coffee and it’s “potentially negative side effects”, it is necessary to give just one of many examples of the health benefits of coffee. People should be aware that there is a big difference between the effects of caffeine and the effects of coffee on the body. Caffeine amounts vary among all types of products from coffee, to energy drinks, even energy enhancing “vitamins. Coffee however; seems to have the most consistent, acceptable, and beneficial quantity of caffeine per serving, depending on the type of coffee and quantity consumed.
A recent study with a sample of 125k people showed that drinking one cup of coffee a day cut their risk of cirrhosis by up to 20 percent. Further studies showed that when the subjects increased their consumption to four cups of coffee a day, it cut their risk of cirrhosis by as much as 80%.
It is unclear as to the exact cause of the reduction in risk of cirrhosis. Researchers were unable to determine if it was a result of the caffeine or perhaps some of the other beneficial aspects of the coffee.
The study’s results did not vary among differing genders or ethnicities, it worked for everyone. Despite the promising results of this study, IT IS NOT ADVISABLE to consume large amounts of alcohol and assume that coffee will make it all ok. Coffee is a great beverage, but it isn’t a miracle elixir. Your best bet is to pick a 100% AA Arabica, certified organic coffee and forget the alcohol (or at least cut back). Drink up and be healthy ! (Coffee that is ) =)
An article found at positively coffee seems to indicate that among the numerous health benefits drinking coffee provides; you may now be able to add relief from the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease to that list. It is also being studied as to whether drinking coffee may even aid in the prevention of Parkinson’s disease.
Here is an excerpt from the article
“In conclusion there is now well-recognized and convincing evidence from numerous studies that coffee and caffeine consumption decreases the risk of Parkinson’s disease…. There is additional scientific data that suggests that caffeine can help to relieve the symptoms of the disease and have a protective effect on the nerve cells.”
Whether or not drinking coffee relieves the symptoms of or prevents Parkinson’s, the health benefits of coffee are wide ranging and becoming increasingly apparent. Coffee has been shown to have potentially beneficial effects on things ranging from liver function to exercise performance, even diabetes. There is even an organic fat-burning coffee, Boresha Bskinny Skinny Coffee ! Now you can have organic coffee that burns fat!
While the verdict is still out on whether coffee does in fact help to relieve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease; the possibility that it does and emerging research is extremely encouraging. For anyone with Parkinson’s reading this post that has experienced a benefit or improvement as a result of drinking coffee or if you know of someone whose condition has improved as a result of drinking coffee, please post / comment about it here and let us know. Drink up & be healthy !