How to make your Coffee Healthy!

Instructions and Links on How to make your Coffee Health are below but first understand that overconsumption of coffee can be dangerous.

Problems with All Coffee

The downside of coffee is that it is a self-medicating stimulant that people use to overcome the beginning stages of illness including anxiety, depression, lack of energy, overgrowth of fungus or bacteria, chronic fatigue and more. It also creates such an acidic pH, which is the environment that all sickness and disease live in, that 1 cup requires over 30 cups of water to neutralize. And this includes decaf.

Vicious Cycles

After a coffee drinker becomes stimulated they can become anxious or overstimulated and won’t be able to relax or sleep, so quite often they go to alcohol or some other depressant like drugs or cigarettes to bring them back down. This type of self-medicating creates a more and more vicious cycle that leads to many other problems and disease.

I suggest quitting coffee for at least two weeks and if you insist on going back to it after that or if you can’t quit then my suggestion is to only make it once a day in the method explained in this blog.

Keep in mind caffeine is a drug, the most used drug in the world, and like most other drugs it addresses the symptoms of a health problem and not the problem. And this typically causes more problems then it solves in the long and short run. When using coffee daily for fatigue, this is just coving up nutritional deficiencies, fungal infections, and so many other health problems.

If you are having a lot of difficulty stopping right away then cut down your consumption and don’t drink it after midday at all. Make a plan to eliminate it over 1 to 3 weeks depending on how committed you are. Other tips to help are to take a tablespoon of coconut oil when you are feeling cravings. Take a vitamin B12 spray for energy and other deficiencies. Ginseng is another way to enhance energy helping in other areas as well. Drink lots of water.

Addiction Withdrawl & Replacements

Know that you will probably experience headaches, irritability and disrupted sleep as with getting away from all addictions. Having a hot tea is also helpful as it can replicate the psychological aspect of it. Ginseng is also helpful in overcoming addictions from sugar and caffeine as well, so drinking it as a tea is helpful when quitting coffee. I prefer American ginseng from sources grown in Wisconsin such as: When placing the order use code "artofunity" and will get 5% discount.

There are three mushroom coffee blends that people have told me replace the feeling of drinking coffee that I think are good. Here are the links:


I also would use peppermint or the blend “deep blue” essential oil (in the essential oil kit in products) to help open up the blood vessels to help eliminate the headaches. You just take deep breaths with a hand diffuser shown in this blog here. -

To give you an idea of what coffee does to your cells, see this video:

(I am not promoting Kangen filters, I've never tried them even though they look good, they also look expensive)

How to Make Your Coffee Healthy

(Prepped in the Healthiest Way)

So many people ask me if coffee is healthy. The answer is Yes, as long as you do it in a certain way. Any coffee you buy from the story, unless they grind it in front of you is just poisonous water as far as your body is concerned, then adding sugar and milk or creamer further makes it bad for you.

First, you have to start with Organic beans. It’s important to have organic because coffee beans are all skin so they absorb more of the toxins, unlike a banana or an avocado that has a skin around them. Conventional coffee is also one of the most heavily treated crops with pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides. If you can’t find coffee beans locally, see the links below. (Remember that one of the many health risks with these chemicals is that some pesticides can act as "xenoestrogens" in your body, disrupting hormone balance for both men and women. Chronic xenoestrogen exposure can also be one cause of "stubborn abdominal fat" in both sexes as well as "man boobs" in men... so choose organic as often as you can with most foods, but especially with coffee!)

You also have to use filtered water. Although boiling water will kill bacteria in it, boiling does not remove any of the lead, fluoride, chlorine and other chemicals in tap water, nor does boiling remove BPA from bottled water.

You have to grind the beans yourself. This grinder was only about $18. – it takes about 10 seconds to grind. Now after grinding this, you have about 10 minutes to drink it, you could push it to 20 minutes but that’s about it. The ground beans oxidize after that and the antioxidant qualities are mostly diminished after that.

Next put it in a French press. The press has to be all stainless steel or glass. Don’t get a plastic one even if it says “BPA free” because you are pouring boiling water into it. Let that sit for about 3-5 minutes and drink. Don’t pour it in a plastic thermos either.

Don’t add anything to this that is going to make this poisonous either like sugar or pasteurized milk. You can add cinnamon, vanilla bean, nutmeg, cocoa beans, stevia, raw milk, almond milk or coconut milk/cream.

This is easy to do at work for most people since all you need with the grinder and press is hot water, just bring to your job.

I myself am not a coffee drinker but you’d be surprised how much better this coffee taste over any other type of coffee, you just need to experiment with what beans you like, and mixing them. People who I’ve shown this to tell me they will never go back to drinking coffee any other way and they can’t believe they’ve done that for so many years.

When I drink coffee I also have a tablespoon of coconut oil either in the coffee or just with a spoon. I do this because the healthy fat allows the effects of the caffeine to be prolonged over a few hours slowly time releasing it into your body as opposed to an immediate charge with a later crash in energy. I like this coconut oil -

Nutiva Certified Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil -- 54 fl oz

Coffees to buy:

Great high-quality coffee with different additives: (I have used the upgraded coffee and add grass-fed butter to it as suggested)

Buy Grinder ($18) and French Press ($31) here:

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French Press

LaCafetiere Nick Munro Unique 32-Ounce Thermal French Press

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Coffee Bean Grinder

Hamilton Beach 80365 Custom Grind Hands-Free Coffee Grinder, Platinum

Grinder and pot in one -

Breville BDC600XL YouBrew Drip Coffee Maker


Some ingredients if you can't find them locally:

Organic Cinnamon

Simply Organic Cinnamon Ground Certified Organic, 2.45-Ounce Container


Here is a Stevia I like -

Sweet Leaf Sweet Drops Vanilla Creme Flavored Liquid Stevia, 2-Ounce Bottle


I like this honey -

YS Organic Bee Farms CERTIFIED ORGANIC RAW HONEY 100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC HONEY Raw, Unprocessed, Unpasteurized - Kosher 32oz


Organic Nutmeg ground -

Simply Organic Nutmeg Ground CERTIFIED ORGANIC 2.3oz. bottle

Or whole:
1oz(approx 6 nuts) Whole NUTMEG A+ Grade Organic


Additional Notes:

First, you may have seen debate in the past about how coffee has some compounds in it that could have negative health effects such as some tars or other possibly inflammatory compounds in brewed coffee. But, the good news is that coffee has such high concentrations of beneficial antioxidants, phenolic nutrients, chlorogenic acids and other healthy compounds, that it more than counteracts any bad compounds.

Avoid almost all decaf. Caffeine protects the beans from mold and most decaffeination either introduces new organic toxins or contributes to mold and is not as nutrient rich.

Listen to what Dr. Mercola has to say about it:

Alternative ingredient method:

Believe it or not you can blend coconut oil and grass-fed organic unsalted raw butter (yes… butter) into coffee with a dash of vanilla and/or a drop of stevia. Putting it in a blender emulsifies the coconut oil and butter so the texture is more creamy than oily and it is a delicious way to get a boost of beneficial fats. This type of coffee also gives much more extended energy throughout the day without making you jittery.

After brewing put a cup of coffee with added ingredients, (butter, coconut oil) mix in a blender or food processor on high speed for 20 seconds until frothy. Then drink immediately and enjoy all the energy!

Do Not Drink any coffee if you are pregnant

Caffeine can significantly impact the growing fetus as it is able to freely pass through the placenta, and since caffeine does not provide any benefits to your baby, only potential hazards. The same goes for any type of caffeine. Coffee in pregnancy is also tied to smaller, later newborns for more see this article here -