An Intricate Blend of Premium Flavours and Hidden Health Benefits

Author: Danilo de Andrade   Date Posted:18 November 2018 

Coffee is one of the most widely consumed drinks in the world, with over two billion cups consumed every day. For many, coffee is enjoyed two, three, or four times a day.

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AN INTRICATE BLEND OF PREMIUM FLAVOURS AND HIDDEN HEALTH BENEFITS

 

Coffee is one of the most widely consumed drinks in the world, with over two billion cups consumed every day. For many, coffee is enjoyed two, three, or four times a day.

 

But, how often do coffee consumers appreciate the scientifically proven hidden health benefits of their favourite beverage?

 

As Australia’s second largest roast and ground coffee company, we at Di Bella enjoy our coffee beyond the premium flavours it offers; we appreciate how coffee enriches the mind, body and soul. It’s common knowledge that coffee is a stimulant that helps us wake up in the morning, but there are more benefits found in our favourite beverage than you might think.

 

Coffee is more than a drink for our discerning customers, it’s a beverage that forms part of their daily rituals. It’s something they look forward to and appreciate for its premium flavour and enriching qualities.

 

Our high-quality beans are sourced from award winning coffee bean farms from exotic locations around the world. The coffee bean trees are located in high altitudes with soils enriched with minerals from the earth.

 

We take care in roasting the green beans to extract the flavour nuances and qualities intended by the farmer and the environment the bean grows in.

 

This careful and deliberate process contributes to the intricate flavours and hidden qualities that good coffee yields. Below are four of the most remarkable benefits you can experience by regularly drinking coffee.

 

Coffee can promote weight loss

According to a study conducted by the Department of Human Nutrition, Wageningen Agricultural University, the Netherlands, caffeine has been found to increase consumer’s metabolic rate by 3-11 per cent, up to three hours after consumption.

 

Coffee stimulates your memory

A French study found drinking coffee can stimulate your memory, improve attentiveness and make you more alert; while another study conducted by Freelance Dietitian, Dr Carrie H. S. Ruxton, discovered caffeine can positively improve consumer’s short-term memory recall.

 

Coffee is the largest sources of antioxidants

Forget red wine and dark chocolate, all consumers need is their daily cup of coffee to enjoy the age defying benefits of antioxidants. A study conducted on the typical Spanish diet discovered coffee is high in antioxidants, contributing to 66% of a coffee consumer’s antioxidant intake. 

 

Coffee can promote longer life expectancy

Living longer could be attributed to your humble cup of coffee thanks to a study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health, which discovered consumers could lower mortality risk by 6% simply by drinking one cup of coffee per day. The study also found, the more coffee you drink, the longer you could live, with those consuming three cups of coffee per day able to reduce their mortality risk by 8%, and those enjoying five cups able to reduce their mortality risk by 15%.