Origin Cold Brew - (16oz) each

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We use 1 lbs of 100% Arabica – Single Origin – Specialty graded coffee per gallon of cold brew, slow-steeped for 16 hours, then bottled fresh for your ultimate tasting pleasure!

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Origin Cold Brew - (16oz) each

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According to an article published online from Healthline in May, 2019, Lauren Panoff, MPH, RD tells us how cold brew coffee may have a tremendous benefit on our health and may even give a swift kick to our metabolism.

Metabolism is the process by which your body uses food to create energy.

The higher your metabolic rate, the more calories you burn at rest.

Just like hot coffee, cold brew coffee contains caffeine, which has been shown to increase your resting metabolic rate by up to 11% (1Trusted Source2Trusted Source).

Caffeine appears to boost metabolic rate by increasing how quickly your body burns fat.

In a study in 8 men, ingesting caffeine led to a 13% increase in calorie burning, as well as a 2-fold increase in fat burning — much greater effects than they experienced after taking a placebo or beta-blocker (medication for blood pressure and circulation)

The caffeine in cold brew coffee may improve your state of mind.

Caffeine consumption has been shown to enhance mood, especially among sleep-deprived individuals (4Trusted Source).

A review of studies in over 370,000 people found that those who drank coffee had lower rates of depression. In fact, for every cup of coffee consumed per day, depression risk sank by 8% (5Trusted Source).

Some research even suggests that caffeine could be used as a nutritional supplement to boost mood and brain function in older adults.

In a study in 12 adults ages 63–74, taking 1.4 mg of caffeine per pound (3 mg per kg) of body weight improved mood by 17%. This amount of caffeine is equivalent to around two cups of coffee for the average-sized person (6Trusted Source7Trusted Source).

Caffeine also improved their ability to react to an object moving toward them, indicating that it increases focus and attentiveness

Heart disease is a general term for several conditions that can affect your heart, including coronary artery disease, heart attack, and stroke. It’s the number one cause of death worldwide (8Trusted Source).

Cold brew coffee contains compounds that may reduce your risk of heart disease, including caffeine, phenolic compounds, magnesium, trigonelline, quinides, and lignans. These increase insulin sensitivity, stabilize blood sugar, and lower blood pressure (9Trusted Source10Trusted Source).

The drink also contains chlorogenic acids (CGAs) and diterpenes, which act as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents (11Trusted Source12Trusted Source).

Drinking 3–5 cups of coffee (15–25 ounces or 450–750 ml) daily may lower your risk of heart disease by up to 15%, compared to people who don’t drink coffee (9Trusted Source).

Evidence to suggest that drinking more than 3–5 cups per day increases heart disease risk is lacking, though this effect has not been studied in people who consume more than 600 mg of caffeine per day, the equivalent of about 6 cups of coffee (9Trusted Source10Trusted Source13Trusted Source).

That said, people with uncontrolled high blood pressure should avoid drinking caffeine regularly, as this may further elevate their levels (9Trusted Source).

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition in which your blood sugar levels are too high. If left untreated, it can lead to many serious health complications.

Cold brew coffee may reduce your risk of developing this disease. In fact, drinking at least 4–6 cups of coffee per day is associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes (14Trusted Source).

These benefits may be largely due to chlorogenic acids, which are powerful antioxidants in coffee (11Trusted Source).

Cold brew coffee may also regulate gut peptides, which are hormones in your digestive system that control and slow digestion, keeping your blood sugar stable (11Trusted Source15Trusted Source).

One study in over 36,900 people ages 45–74 found that those who drank at least 4 cups of coffee per day had a 30% lower risk of type 2 diabetes than individuals who didn’t drink coffee daily (16Trusted Source).

A review of 3 large studies in more than 1 million people found that those who increased their coffee intake over 4 years had an 11% lower risk of type 2 diabetes, compared to a 17% higher risk in those who reduced their coffee intake by more than 1 cup per day (17Trusted Source).

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In addition to increasing your attentiveness and mood, cold brew coffee may benefit your brain in other ways.

Caffeine stimulates your nervous system and may affect how your brain functions.

One recent study observed that drinking coffee can protect your brain from age-related diseases (18Trusted Source).

Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases are neurodegenerative conditions, which means they are caused by brain cell death that occurs over time. Both illnesses can result in dementia, a decline in mental health that makes daily activities difficult.

Alzheimer’s disease is marked by significant memory impairment, while Parkinson’s often causes physical tremors and stiffness (19).

One observational study found that people who drank 3–5 cups of coffee per day during mid-life had a 65% lower risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s in old age (20Trusted Source).

Another observational study noted that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease. In fact, men who drink more than four cups of coffee per day are five times less likely to develop this condition (2122).

It appears that several compounds in coffee, such as phenylindanes, as well as harman and nonharman compounds, provide protection against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease (18Trusted Source23Trusted Source24Trusted Source25).

Keep in mind that decaffeinated coffee doesn’t appear to offer the same protective benefits as caffeinated varieties (22).

SUMMARYCold brew coffee contains compounds called phenylindanes, as well as lower amounts of nonharman and harman compounds. These can help protect your brain from age-related diseases.

Many people avoid coffee because it’s an acidic beverage that may stimulate acid reflux.

Acid reflux is a condition in which stomach acid frequently flows from your stomach back into your esophagus, causing irritation (26Trusted Source).

The acidity of coffee also tends to be blamed for other ailments, such as indigestion and heartburn.

The pH scale measures how acidic or alkaline a solution is from 0 to 14, with 7 being neutral, lower numbers more acidic, and higher numbers more alkaline.

Cold brew and hot coffee generally have similar acidity levels, around 5–6 on the pH scale, though this can vary depending on individual brews.

Still, some studies have found cold brew to be slightly less acidic, which means it may irritate your stomach less (27Trusted Source28Trusted Source).

Another reason why this beverage may be less irritating than hot coffee is its content of crude polysaccharides.

These carbohydrates, or chains of sugar molecules, boost the immunity of your digestive system. This may decrease gut irritation and the bothersome effects of coffee’s acidity on your stomach (29Trusted Source).

Drinking cold brew coffee may reduce your overall risk of death, as well as dying from disease-specific causes (30Trusted Source31Trusted Source32Trusted Source).

A long-term study in 229,119 men and 173,141 women ages 50–71 found that the more coffee people drank, the lower their risk of death from heart disease, respiratory disease, stroke, injuries, accidents, diabetes, and infections (31Trusted Source).

One reason for this association may be that coffee is high in antioxidants.

Antioxidants are compounds that help prevent cell damage that can lead to chronic illnesses like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. These conditions can significantly reduce your lifespan.

Coffee contains powerful antioxidants like polyphenols, hydroxycinnamates, and chlorogenic acid (28Trusted Source33Trusted Source34Trusted Source).

Though studies show that hot coffee contains more total antioxidants than cold brew varieties, the latter packs some very potent antioxidants, such as caffeoylquinic acid (CQA) (27Trusted Source35Trusted Source).

Cold brew coffee is made as a concentrate that’s meant to be diluted with water, usually in a 1:1 ratio.

The concentrate is incredibly strong on its own. In fact, undiluted, it provides about 200 mg of caffeine per cup.

However, diluting the concentrate — as is customary — reduces the caffeine content of the final product, bringing it closer to that of regular coffee.

Though caffeine content can vary depending on the brewing method, the difference in caffeine content between hot coffee and cold brew is insignificant (36).

The average cup of hot coffee contains around 95 mg of caffeine, compared to about 100 mg for a typical cold brew.

SUMMARY

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That said, people with uncontrolled high blood pressure should avoid drinking caffeine regularly, as this may further elevate their levels (9Trusted Source).

You can easily make cold brew coffee at home.

  1. First, purchase whole roasted coffee beans locally or online and coarsely grind them.
  2. Add 8 ounces (226 grams) of grounds to a large jar and gently stir in 2 cups (480 ml) of water.
  3. Cover the jar and let the coffee steep in the refrigerator for 12–24 hours.
  4. Place cheesecloth into a fine mesh strainer and pour the steeped coffee through it into another jar.
  5. Discard the solids that collect on the cheesecloth or save them for other creative uses. The liquid that remains is your cold brew coffee concentrate.

Cover the jar with an airtight lid and store your concentrate in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

When you’re ready to drink it, add 1/2 cup (120 ml) of cold water to 1/2 cup (120 ml) of cold brew coffee concentrate. Pour this over ice and add cream if desired.

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