COFFEE, CAFFEINE & ITS STIMULATING EFFECT

Rupal Jain

COFFEE, CAFFEINE & ITS STIMULATING EFFECT   Caffeine the most famous coffee component is responsible for most of coffee’s bitterness & its stimulating effect. The amount of caffeine in a cup of coffee can vary, depending on factors ranging from the type of bean to how it's brewed. A coffee plant produces caffeine as a defense against consumption by insects. It is the World's most widely consumed psychoactive drug. If consumed in moderate amount it has many positive effects.   POSITIVE EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE: Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant that reduces fatigue and drowsiness. It generally improves reaction time, wakefulness, concentration, and motor coordination. Caffeine improves athletic performance in aerobic and anaerobic conditions. It improves muscular...

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HEALTH BENEFITS OF COFFEE

Rupal Jain

Coffee. A simple six letter word. A synonym of heaven for some and a necessity for others. A hot piping cup of coffee can revive you from a dull day. People who consume coffee on a daily basis form an attachment to it. Rather than being just a refreshment and energy boosting drink, coffee is also very beneficial and healthy. It is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients that can improve health. It lowers the risk of several diseases to a higher level. Here listed are few reasons why you should be a part of the coffee lovers’ club:   Increases energy levels- Coffee can help you feel less tired...

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SOURCING

Rupal Jain

India grows world's best shade grown coffee, offering intriguing subtlety and stimulating intensity. How did it begin? The journey of coffee in India began around four hundred years ago, when the legendary Indian saint "Baba Budan" smuggled seven magical beans from distant Yemen and planted them in Chandragiri Hills of Karnataka (Coorg, Southern India) in 1670 How is it grown? Unlike other types of coffee in the world that are grown under direct sun light, the India coffees are grown under shade. India is the only country that grows all its coffees under shade. The magical taste of Indian Coffee India is...

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