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healthwise gourmet | HealthWise Gourmet Coffees LLC has...

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April

HealthWise Gourmet Coffees LLC has developed an Affiliate Program for online marketers, bloggers, and our own customers. 

Under the program, affiliates earn 15% of the dollar amount of sales of HealthWise low acid coffees that are generated as a result of referrals.  Program participants are paid on the 15th and end of the month, through Paypal, or by check at...

healthwise gourmet | Long term use of acid...

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March

Long term use of acid reflux pills could lead to dementia.  A new study showed that the risk of developing dementia is some 44% greater from continued use of proton pump inhibitor pills.  Women are more at risk.  Earlier studies had shown that bone fractures and kidney damage could could result from taking these pills. 

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healthwise gourmet | Here we go again!  Another...

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March

Here we go again!  Another new study points to the continuing reports that coffee may be an important therapeutic agent. 

This study comes from the UK from a researcher by the name of Dr. OIiver Kennedy from Southampton University, who led a group of researchers who reviewed nine previous studies covering what happened to 430,000 people. 

Researchers determined that people...

healthwise gourmet | Drinking 6 or more cups...

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March

Drinking 6 or more cups of coffee per day has been associated with a reduced risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS). 

In a paper published on March 3rd in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, two studies -in California and Sweden reported that people who drank six or more cups of coffee had a significantly reduced risk of developing...

healthwise gourmet | Coffee is the go-to for...

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January

Coffee is the go-to for many people wanting a cognitive boost. While coffee by itself is a very healthful drink, many people add sugar either to reduce the bitterness or add additional flavor. For those who are trying to cut back on sugar who don’t enjoy the original taste of coffee, try adding salt instead.  The sodium chloride creates...