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Healthiest Coffee Drink: “What’s most important is the level of polyphenols,” Dr. Bob Arnot says, explaining that these are powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant-rich micronutrients. (They’re in wine, green tea, and veggies, too.) Dr. Arnot shares some key tips for ensuring your cup of coffee has the most polyphenols possible—whether you brew your own at home or know the baristas at your local cafe by name.
If anyone knows a thing or two about getting the most from your brew, it’s Dr. Bob Arnot, MD. Besides being a medical correspondent for NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, and CBS This Morning, he’s written 15 books on nutrition and health, including his latest, The Coffee Lover’s Diet.
In it, Dr. Arnot doesn’t stop at a close examination of the countless studies on coffee that have been released the past five years—he and his team also performed over 44 scientific tests of their own to determine which beans, brews, and brands are best for the body.
Healthiest Types of Coffee Beans
Not all coffee beans are created equal. After testing thousands of different types of beans, Dr. Arnot and his team identified the locations that produced ones loaded with polyphenols. “The best regions are at high altitudes, have rich, volcanic soil, and are close to the equator,” he says. Ethiopia, Kenya (a town called Nyeri in particular), Colombia, and Brazil all ranked the highest.
Our coffee-obsessed expert says a lot of people think that the darker the roast, the more caffeine there is in your brew. “A ‘strong’ cup of coffee just means more grinds,” he says. So no, your French roast-drinking friends are not more hardcore than those opting for a lighter option. In fact, Dr. Arnot says that it’s—plot twist!—the healthier option. “We roasted beans in five degree elements and found the lightest ones were the highest in polyphenols,” he says. Read the full story…. wellandgood.com
(ABC News) Mara Schiavocampo speaks to author Dr. Bob Arnot, whose new book, “The Coffee Lover’s Diet,” claims drinking coffee can help you achieve your weight loss goals.
Coffee diet: Can you slurp your way to slim? – The Mercury News What’s better than the aroma of fresh coffee brewing in the morning? How about the notion that the deep dark elixir of the dawn may actually be the key to losing weight. Oh yeah. In his book, “The Coffee Lover’s Diet,” Dr. Bob Arnot finds that coffee …Christian Post
Critics Question Claims That Coffee Is the Key to Weight Loss – The Daily Meal Dr. Bob Arnot, journalist and health expert, recently published The Coffee Lover’s Diet, a book exploring the relationship between drinking coffee and weight loss. The book argues that coffee is the secret to lasting weight loss due to its ability to …WTVD-TVBody and Soul
Drinking Coffee Benefits: Aids In Weight Loss, Boosts Happiness, Increases Athletic Performance & More – Science Times People then reported that author of health book “The Coffee Lover’s Diet,” Dr. Bob Arnot explained other benefits of drinking coffee. Arnot stated that the polyphenols, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds make coffee taste good at …
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The Coffee Lover’s Diet – Dr. Bob Arnot
In this revolutionary handbook, Dr. Bob Arnot explains how coffee became a staple of the human diet, and reveals why having a cup is the best thing you can do each day. He also teaches you how to find the best beans from around the world and how to create the best brew and food pairings.
The Coffee Lover’s Diet includes a full diet plan with corresponding recipes to ensure you get the full benefits of this miracle bean—in the right amounts and in a variety of ways—as well as tips for putting all of this invaluable information and advice to work to help you shed pounds, gain energy, and make the healthiest choices every day.