7 Reasons The Good Stuff Will Change The Way You Drink Coffee Forever
1. It makes your coffee taste great
Most people find black coffee isn’t to their taste, so they add unhealthy things like artificial creamers and sugar to make it taste better.
The Good Stuff makes your coffee taste delicious with specially selected ingredients that make your coffee a healthy drink! Smooth, soft coffee flavors with a hint of cinnamon and a dash of Himalayan salt.
2. It builds on the natural health benefits of black coffee
Coffee is rich in antioxidants which protect your cells from damage and stop you from getting sick.
Caffeine boosts your metabolic rate helping you burn fat and counteracts inflammation which is in turn associated with 90% of diseases. It also puts you in a better mood, increases energy levels, and speeds up reaction times.
3. It reduces the caffeine jitters
L-Theanine is an ingredient in The Good Stuff that is derived from green tea extract.
Its job is to reduce the impact of caffeine by boosting calming brain chemicals and delivering nerve impulses that help your brain stay focused.
4. It boosts hydration
In addition to reducing the natural acidity in coffee, Himalayan Pink Salt can help your body stay hydrated by maintaining a proper balance of fluid.
5. It strengthens your joints, skin, hair, and nails
We also added Collagen to The Good Stuff, which is one of the main building blocks for your bones, skin, hair, and muscles.
It can improve joint mobility and reduce inflammation while protecting your gut, skin, and hair.
6. It’s convenient and easy to build into your routine
The Good Stuff comes in a 30-serve pouch with a scoop for daily use.
If you are a traveler you can opt for the individual travel packs which are a single daily serving.
7. It’s used daily by professional athletes
Professional golfer, Phil Mickelson, used The Good Stuff for many years to help him get back in shape and fight psoriatic arthritis.
Phil puts his PGA Championship win in 2021 down to making coffee the foundation of his overall health and wellness. At 50 he is the oldest man ever to win one of golf’s major titles.