Coffee is a main staple in the Australian diet. Morning, noon and night you can find people brewing up and drinking down cup after cup. The warm, inviting beverage has been a mainstay in Australian culture for decades. However, new research is showing that perhaps hot-brewed coffee isn’t our best bet.
Coffee contains many antioxidants and nutrients that research has shown as beneficial to our bodies. But unfortunately, drinking coffee can sometimes cause acid reflux or similar issues. Luckily, some research has shown you can still have your daily coffee(s) if you brew it cold. Coffee brewed hot is far more acidic than cold-brewed, according to a number of scientific studies, and some say cold-brewed coffee even has a sweeter taste because of its lower acidity.
In general, your body requires a delicate balance (pH) of acidity and alkalinity to function and heal. The human body thrives with a higher level of alkalinity than acidity, and the foods and drinks we ingest determine, in part, our pH levels. When you drink high-acidity coffee your body’s pH becomes unbalanced, often creating discomfort for the consumer.
If drinking hot coffee causes such issues for you, try switching to cold-brewed such as That Cold Stuff. The benefits will still be present, but the discomfort won’t. If you truly prefer hot coffee, simply mix your 50ml shot of That Cold Stuff with hot water before you drink it. Making this small change in your routine could mean the difference between feeling bad and feeling better.
Making your own Cold Brew is time consuming, luckily we have done the hard work for you simply head to our site HERE and find your local stockist or order, we ship AUSTRALIA wide. That Cold Stuff doesn’t go stale as quickly as hot-brewed, so feel free to grab a couple of bags enjoy the ease of your new morning coffee routine!