Coffee and Tea (Regular and Decaffeinated) You may love your cup of Joe every morning, but your coffee may be doing you more harm than good if you suffer from acid reflux or occasional heartburn. The high acid content in coffee along with the caffeine will cause the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) muscles to relax allowing stomach acid to enter the esophagus, which is what causes reflux. Read more.


I am a MAJOR coffee drinker and just avoiding it everyday is impossible. Some days, I really need my coffee to get my engine started.  In order for me to avoid the pain and frustration of acid reflux, I decided to avoid coffee altogether.  Until about 3 months ago, a friend invited me out to a Coffee & Jazz Mixer in the upscale Galleria Mall located in Houston, Texas.  At first, I declined, but when he told me that they serve "non-acidic" coffee; I couldn't say "no" I had to try it at least.


After drinking their coffee, I felt great and had lots of energy, no acid reflux, no pain in my chest, it was amazing! I loved the coffee so much, I signed up as a distributor in order to get it wholesale. Now I'm sharing the coffee and making money part-time from home.


Check out my website and order your non-acidic coffee and tea products!


K. Adams

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