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"This is like getting a 16 oz coffee in your pocket or in your purse. Its great. Its perfect when you cannot have a coffee beverage with you, like when youre getting on the plane and cannot have any liquid with you."
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Do you need:
An instant, powerful burst of energy from a double coffee?
A grown-up treat that brightens your mood?
A 16 oz cup of coffee that fits neatly into your purse or pocket?
"I popped a CoffeeMallow down after a full day of programming, so I could write the user manual. Went on for another four hours without stopping... and the smooth aroma stayed with me for quite a long time too!" . . . Kal Toth, SQL USA, Chestnut Ridge, NY
Do not let the soft, gentle feel of a CoffeeMallow deceive you. Its fragrant, airy sweetness conceals powerful energy. But it is not like other coffee candies that leave a bitter aftertaste. We want you to enjoy the sensuous feel of coffee in a different format. To enjoy the experience of a grown-up marshmallow that delivers grown-up benefits.
What makes CoffeeMallows so powerful?
The active ingredient in CoffeeMallows is coffee extract. More and more good things are being discovered about coffee every day.
People have used coffee as far back as the tenth century, when Ethiopian highlanders first cultivated the coffee bean. It contains hundreds of compounds, including substantial amounts of magnesium, potassium, vitamin B-3, lignans, and a range of antioxidants called polyphenols.
It's Good for You!
Dr. Andrew Weil, reports on a 20-year study that followed approximately 84,000 women and 44,000 men. The study concluded that coffee isn't harmful to cardiovascular health and may even be somewhat beneficial. Dr. James Coughlin, a toxicology and safety consultant, says that some scientific evidence suggests that coffee can decrease the risk of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, kidney stones, gallstones, depression, and even suicide by 50 percent.
In recent decades, some 19,000 studies have been done examining coffee's impact on health. "Overall, the research shows that coffee is far more healthful than it is harmful," says Tomas DePaulis, PhD, research scientist at Vanderbilt University's Institute for Coffee Studies, which conducts its own medical research and tracks coffee studies from around the world. "For most people, very little bad comes from it, but a lot of good."
At least six studies indicate that people who take coffee on a regular basis are up to 80% less likely to develop Parkinson's. Coffee can translate to a 25% reduced risk of colon cancer, an 80% drop in liver cirrhosis risk, and nearly half the risk of gallstones.
Coffee even offsets some of the damage caused by other vices, some research indicates. "People who smoke and are heavy drinkers have less heart disease and liver damage when they regularly consume large amounts of coffee compared to those who don't," says DePaulis.
There's also some evidence that coffee may help manage asthma and control attacks when medication is unavailable, stop a headache, boost mood, and even prevent cavities.
The article below from WebMD discusses more benefits of coffee.
Coffee: The New Health Food?
Plenty of health benefits are brewing in America's beloved beverage.
By Sid Kirchheimer
Reviewed by Michael W. Smith,
Want a drug that could lower your risk of diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and colon cancer?
That could lift your mood and treat headaches?
That could lower your risk of cavities?
If this sounds too good to be true, think again.
Coffee, the much maligned but undoubtedly beloved beverage, just made headlines for possibly cutting the risk of the latest disease epidemic, type 2 diabetes. And the real news seems to be that the more you drink, the better.
Reducing Your Diabetes Risk
After analyzing data on 126,000 people for as long as 18 years, Harvard researchers calculate that compared with not partaking in America's favorite morning drink, downing one to three cups of caffeinated coffee daily can reduce diabetes risk by single digits.
But having six cups or more each day slashed men's risk by 54% and women's by 30% over java avoiders.
Though the scientists give the customary "more research is needed" before they recommend you do overtime at Starbuck's to specifically prevent diabetes, their findings are very similar to those in a less-publicized Dutch study. And perhaps more importantly, it's the latest of hundreds of studies suggesting that coffee may be something of a health food -- especially in higher amounts.
In recent decades, some 19,000 studies have been done examining coffee's impact on health. And for the most part, their results are as pleasing as a gulp of freshly brewed Breakfast Blend for the 108 million Americans who routinely enjoy this traditionally morning -- and increasingly daylong -- ritual. In practical terms, regular coffee drinkers include the majority of U.S. adults and a growing number of children.
"Overall, the research shows that coffee is far more healthful than it is harmful," says Tomas DePaulis, PhD, research scientist at Vanderbilt University's Institute for Coffee Studies, which conducts its own medical research and tracks coffee studies from around the world. "For most people, very little bad comes from drinking it, but a lot of good."
Caffeine Rush - a Healthy Kick
No wonder so many people around the world love their coffee. And you can enjoy it in a new way--light, airy, flavorful, and packed with energy-boosting caffeine. But did you know that more and more scientists are coming up with research that shows that caffeine is actually good for you?
In an article in Fitwise, in
Caffeine: And Now For the Good News
Susan O. Henry, the author says, "Coffeemanics, rejoice!"
"They've been studying caffeine (again!), and this time, the news is all good. Once maligned as all-around bad for you, the lively substance has now been given a clean bill of health by ... well, everyone: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Surgeon General, National Academy of Science, American Medical Association, American Academy of Family Physicians, National Cancer Institute, The Centers for Disease Control, American Cancer Society, National Research Council on Diet and Health, International Food Information Council, the Framingham Heart Study, the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, and scores of researchers."
There used to be all kinds of myths about the evils of caffeine. But, according to research, moderate intake does not increase the risk of, or contribute to:
1. Any type of cancer.
2. Cardiovascular/arterial diseases--in fact, it increases physical performance.
3. High blood pressure. Caffeine-induced rise in blood pressure is short-lived.
4. Infertility, complications in pregnancy, or adversity to fetus.
5. Bone loss/osteoporosis in adults if you offset the calcium loss with a cup of milk daily.
For Athletes Caffeine Is a Performance-and-Endurance Enhancer
Athletes of all kinds have participated in tests to evaluate caffeine as an enhancer of performance and endurance, and the results, as researchers at Canada's University of Guelph say, are "Clear: caffeine works."
The tests show that taking caffeine 30 minutes to an hour before workouts results in longer endurance, faster times, less exertion, less fatigue, and quicker recovery -- up to 30 percent better in each category.
The Fat Burner and Brain Enhancer
Though we don't see CoffeeMallows as a weight-loss/control product, it's interesting to point out that:
Caffeine, which speeds metabolism, is the most-active ingredient in many "diet pills" and is also the most active ingredient in CoffeeMallows.
Caffeine breaks down fat, freeing fatty acids that are immediately burned, if you are in action.
The brain functions exclusively on glucose, and higher blood sugar levels help your thinking process. This is why coffee is popular among students and brain-workers. While caffeine is helping to burn fat, the glycogen, glucose, and amino acids (blood sugars) are being reserved -- so blood sugar levels remain higher for longer.
While reports conclude that caffeine causes no significant loss of calcium in adults, it's an entirely different case for children. Some people say that coffee will stunt a child's growth. Caffeine actually dissolves the calcium in young bones.
This is why CoffeeMallows are an adult treat. We explicitly state on the package "
Not for Children or Teens under 14."
Ready to Order?
Do you want to try first? Get the
CoffeeMallows 3-pack for only $5.99
Ready to rock and roll? To pull an all-nighter? Stay sharp during the next meeting? Drive an extra 200 miles?
The CoffeeMallows 6-pack, for $11.99
, is your friend.
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How about nutrition?
All of our ingredients are of the utmost purity. Kosher gelatin and non-GMO sweetners contribute to the all-natural components of these marshmallows. All other ingredients are also kosher.
Here is our ingredients list and the Nutrition Facts panel:
Sugar, Water, Coffee concentrate, K-Gelatin, Potato starch, Egg white, Caramel, Cream extract, Caffeine, Vanilla, Milk powder, Cinnamon.
Kosher certification: Ko Dairy
GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) status: GMO Free
Gluten status: Gluten Free
Serving size: 1 oz / 28 g
Serving per package: 1
Calories, total: 97
Caffeine: 200 mg
Nutrition facts, 12-Pack:
Serving size: 0.5 oz / 14 g
Serving per package: 12
Calories, total: 48
Caffeine: 100 mg
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