BETTER BREW COFFEE ALTERNATIVE
ANTIOXIDANT SUPERFOOD -DAIRY FREE - VEGAN - 100% PLANT BASED - BIOAVAILABLE
Don’t change your brewing ritual; just change your Brew and start your day even Better. If you are looking for a great tasting coffee alternative to provide sustained energy, bioavailable vitamins and minerals, and increased focus, BETTER BREW was made just for you. It is more than a coffee alternative as it can be brewed hot, cold, mixed into smoothies and actually tastes great with your favorite coffee.
Within the long list of healthy ingredients is raw Cacao, a natural non-addictive stimulant, which provides sustained energy and no negative effects on the nervous system. BETTER BREW provides a bioavailable source of counters this by providing a bioavailable source of calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and trace minerals. In fact, it has more than double the amount of iron per 100mg than beef. It also contains more calcium than cow's milk and is one of the highest plant-based sources of magnesium.
This mix of roots, seeds and one grain also provides a natural sleep aid, promotes blood circulation, acts as a liver tonic, blood purifier and assists in eliminating gas and acid indigestion. It contains a prebiotic, Inulin, that supports a healthy population of beneficial digestive flora in the intestinal tract. In the end, this tasty drink may quickly become more than your morning beverage.
454 grams (1 lb) $450
227 grams (1/2 lb) $250
99 grams $120
100% organic ingredients: Lightly Roasted (Barley, Chicory, and Carob), Raw (Beet and Dandelion Root, Cacao, Date)
Short list of benefits:
Barley: natural sleep aid & promotes blood circulation
Chicory: stimulates bile production, promotes growth of
beneficial intestinal bacteria
Carob: increases digestion and nutrient absorption
Beet: detoxifies and builds blood, tumor-inhibiting effects
Dandelion: liver tonic, blood purifier, eliminates gas and acid indigestion, aids in weight loss and counteracts certain cancerous tumors
Cacao: high antioxidant ORAC rating, improves mood, long lasting stimulant with no addictive qualities
Long list of benefits:
Roasted Barley: a nutritious grain and a rich source of protein and B complex vitamins (contains gluten)
•antibacterial, antioxidant, rich in fibers, vitamins B1, B2, B3, iron, selenium, iron, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and copper.
•increases chi, promotes blood circulation, moistens the skin, calms the stomach, treats distention of the stomach, reduces stress, natural sleep aid, heart health, aids those with type 2 diabetes, useful in fevers and all inflammatory conditions because of its soothing properties. It helps heal the digestive system and digest starchy foods, and is also good for treating urinary disorders like nephritis and cystitis.
Roasted Chicory Root: a larger relative of the dandelion that promotes healthy digestion
•rich in potassium, Vitamin C, provides support to the immune system and promotes synthesis of B vitamins
•a special class of carbohydrates known as fructans, a group containing inulin (not to be confused with insulin) and oligofructoses. These carbs feed the symbiotic bacteria in the intestines, but do not serve as a food source of pathogenic bacteria. It also increases calcium and magnesium absorption, removes contaminants from the digestive system, stimulates bile for better digestion of foods and liquid, lowers cholesterol and triglycerides.
Avoid excessive consumption if you have gallstones.
Roasted Carob: a bean and good source of fiber that promotes healthy digestion
•rich in potassium, Vitamin B2, magnesium, and the trace minerals iron, manganese, chromium, copper, and nickel, as much Vitamin B1 as asparagus or strawberries, as much niacin as lima beans, lentils, or peas and more Vitamin A than eggplant, asparagus, and beets, 8% protein, 3 times more calcium than chocolate, has one third less calories and seventeen times less fat and is used to treat prostate infections
•It is food for the beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract, and is reported to increase both digestion and nutrient absorption into the blood stream.
Beet Root Powder: detoxifies and builds blood
•rich in phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin A and C and other nutrients
•renews old blood with minerals and natural sugars, contains betaine, which stimulates liver cells and protects the liver and bile ducts, reputed to build red corpuscles and add tone to the blood, has a significant tumor-inhibiting effect. According to an article in the Feb 27 1996 issue of Cancer Letters. “The combined findings suggest that beetroot ingestion can be one of the useful means for preventing cancer.”
SAFETY: As a supplement, beet root may reduce the effectiveness of cholesterol-reducing drugs. Check with your physician before using if you have a history of kidney stones due to the presence of oxaluric acid.
Roasted Dandelion Root: loaded with trace minerals and potassium, iron and calcium
•Vitamins A, C, D, and B, iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, copper, choline, calcium, & boron
•treats liver and gallbladder problems, stimulates bile for better digestion of foods, liquids, and fats, mild laxative, diuretic but replaces the potassium lost to the increased volume of urine, historically known to be an excellent liver tonic and blood purifier, reported also to regulate the gastro-intestinal system, a good cure for anemia, eczema, and acne, reputation for lowering serum cholesterol and blood pressure, eliminating gas and acid indigestion, aiding in weight loss, and counteracting certain cancerous tumors.
"Dandelion is one of the most complete plant foods on earth. All the vital nutrients are conveniently contained in a single source, in quantities that the body can easily process and fully absorb." Greg Tilford, prominent medical herbalist, herbal veterinarian, and author.
"Dandelion is regarded in diverse cultures worldwide, both among Western herbalists and in the Chinese Medical tradition as one of the best detoxification herbs that also has potent anti-cancer properties. Dandelion root promotes normal liver function by enhancing biliary detoxification. It also helps regulate insulin levels and it works as an effective aperient promoting normal bowel function and diuretic urinary function. The most advanced research on cardiovascular disease and cancer, two of the major killers in the world, is that these diseases are caused by, or attenuated by, inflammation. Dandelion root is one of the greatest herbs for relieving inflammation and is well known to exert a benefit in the natural treatment of both of these conditions.” Michael Tierra, world-renown herbalist.
SAFETY: While dandelion is generally considered safe, some people experience side effects such as heartburn, diarrhea, and upset stomach. Use with caution if you have gallstones. Anyone with an allergy to dandelion, ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, daisies, or iodine should avoid use of this herb. Individuals with an inflamed or infected gallbladder, or blocked bile ducts, should also avoid medicinal use of dandelion.
Raw Cacao: a bean with incredibly high anti-oxidant properties
•magnesium, iron, sulphur, potassium, calcium, zinc, copper, manganese, Folate, B6, E, K and choline
•over 300 compounds, one of the most complex food sources, more anti-oxidants than acai berry, goji and blueberries, regulates blood cholesterol, blood glucose and fat metabolism, high in dietary fiber, increases weight loss, aides in mental awareness and improves mood through dopamine and phenylethylamine, contains theobromine providing a long-lasting stimulant which does not negatively affect the nervous system (no crash, no jitters) and is not addictive.
Date Sugar: A product of the date palm and cultivated since approximately 6000 B.C
•a phytonutrient, fiber-rich, low-glycemic food, contains minerals like copper, potassium, zinc, magnesium, calcium phosphorous, and iron, as well as B vitamins (especially B6), vitamin K, and vitamin A, anti-inflamatory, reduces blood pressure, promotes digestive health, boosts heart health
•The high fiber content slows the introduction of sugar into the bloodstream.