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Regular Coffee Vs. Organo Gold Coffee

Here’s a chart that you can check out to see the difference between regular coffee and Organo Gold’s organic coffee.  You can check out more organic products at Organic coffee for a healthier you and me.

Organic vs. Natural

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This generation is becoming more and more conscious of what they eat or the products they use since the advancement of technology allows people to invent and use more chemicals that greatly affect the health condition of people.  Because of this reason, many people think that it’s okay to go for products that are labeled as “organic” or “natural” thinking that these two are one and the same.

A lot of people are unaware that there is a big difference between what’s organic and what’s natural. As the common saying goes, “Knowledge is power”. If you know the difference between labels and terms, your educated decision will make a whole lot of difference in your health and in your life. So what’s the difference between “natural” and “organic”?

Organic products meet certain standards that are defined, required, and regulated by the government. For example, there is the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that gives the standard before any product can be considered “organic”. After following and passing the strict regulations of USDA, only then can a product be labeled as such.

On the other hand, natural products are more difficult to define since there are little to no certifications for these items. With this said, products that said “natural”, “100% natural”, or “all natural” do not guarantee healthy and safe products. Since there are no further definitions of a standard “natural” product aside from that the products should be free of preservatives and additives, it’s more difficult to know whether these natural products benefit the consumers, health wise.

The information you know and the decisions you make will affect you and the people around you sooner or later.  With the availability of computers and the Internet, it is easier to look for resources and references, to compare and read articles about almost everything.  And because Google is readily available for everyone’s convenience, making an educated decision becomes easier most especially if it is the body and the health that are put to the test.

Below are added charts for your reference.

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Photo from stonyfield.com

Organic Coffee Vs. Regular Coffee

If you’re reading this blog, it means that you’re a coffee drinker who is interested in knowing how to live a healthier life by making a difference in your daily cup of coffee. If this is what you desire, then you’re on the right page.

Being a coffee drinker myself, I am a loyalist when it comes to my brand of coffee; and I bet you are too. The first thing that we, coffee drinkers, notice is the taste. If the coffee tastes good, we’re more likely to buy it and drink it again. The cost would come in secondary and the health benefits at the bottom of the checklist.

Some people argue that they only get to live once so why not do what feels good and drink the coffee that tastes good. I am more than excited to tell you that there is a kind of coffee that not only offers a whole bunch of health benefits, but also Christmas in every cup. I’m talking about Organo Gold’s great tasting organic coffee. You may be wondering what made organic coffee different from the regular brands that you buy at the supermarket. Why shift from your brand to organic? Here’s why.

There is a big difference between regular coffee and organic coffee. And the tremendous difference lies on the way that the coffee beans are grown. In the past, coffee plants are grown under a lot of shade in natural environments, which are usually under the trees. This is the reason why the organic way of growing these coffee plants is called shade tree farming. Before chemicals and pesticides were created, the birds take care of the bug control. And until now, organic coffee farmers still use these natural methods making these coffee beans much safer and healthier for the coffee drinker. Because of all these, high quality organic coffee beans are created.

Since coffee is the second most consumed drink next to water, more people are concerned with being able to supply the need and less on the health benefits. With this said, the natural and shaded environments where organic coffee plants are placed have turned into vast unshaded lands sprayed with chemical fertilizers for the soil and pesticides for bug and pest control. These needed to be done just so they can have maximum production given the less amount of production time. As a result, there are more regular coffee brands available in the market. But health wise, people are not aware that they take in more chemicals as they drink these regular coffee as compared to that of organic coffee.

Now that you know the difference between organic coffee versus regular coffee, let me tell you what makes Organo Gold’s coffee different from the rest of the organic coffee in the market.  First, I love the taste!  I don’t know about you, but I am a practical person – the kind who will never recommend anything that I don’t personally use.  Second, it contains 100% certified organic Ganoderma extract that made this kind the one that you want in your system.  If you want to know more about the health benefits brought about by Ganoderma Lucidum (mushroom in English) to your body, click here and be informed.

Make the wise decision now.  Live healthy through your tasteful cup of coffee now!

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