Coffee that is grown in the Blue Mountain Area in Jamaica as described in the Schedule; and processed or manufactured at any coffee works specified in the Schedule and to which a licence granted pursuant to regulation 5 relates.The best lots of Blue Mountain coffee are noted for their mild flavour and lack of bitterness.Over the last several decades, this coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought-after coffees in the world.

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that is grown in the Blue Mountain Area in as described in the Schedule; and processed or manufactured at any works specified in the Schedule and to which a licence granted by regulation 5 relates.

The quality of the beans is graded into Blue Mountain No. 1 – 3, Pea Berry and Triage. Other grades of include: High Mountain Supreme, Jamaica Prime and Jamaica Select. In its wild state, the shrub grows to about 8 to 10 metres.

Health Benefits Of Drinking Jamaican Coffee

According to Wikipedia, Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee is a classification of coffee grown in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica. The best lots of Blue Mountain coffee are noted for their mild flavour and lack of bitterness.

Over the last several decades, this coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought-after coffees in the world. Over 80% of all Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is exported to Japan.In addition to its use for brewed coffee, the beans are the flavor base of Tia Maria coffee liqueur.

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Now, here is 7 health benefits of drinking Jamaican coffee:

 

1. Coffee Is Rich In Nutrients and Anti-Oxidants

Coffee beans contain a lot of vitamins and minerals and a decent amount of these are actually present in the final drink.

A cup of coffee contains:

6% of the RDA for Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5).
11% of the RDA for Riboflavin (Vitamin B2).
2% of the RDA for Niacin (B3) and Thiamine (B1).
3% of the RDA for Potassium and Manganese.

Aside from these, studies also suggest that the number one source of anti-oxidants in our modern diet is coffee.

 

2. Coffee Helps Your Brain

Aside from keeping you awake, coffee also helps to improve brain function. The active ingredient in coffee, caffeine is a known stimulant.

Caffeine blocks the effects of an inhibitory neurotransmitter called Adenosine and therefore increases neuronal firing in the brain.

In effect, it helps to improve mood, reaction time, memory, vigilance and general cognitive function.

 

3. Coffee Helps You Burn Fat

Caffeine as an stimulant has an effect on the central nervous system of the body.

It helps in increasing metabolism and the oxidation of fatty acids in the body.

Aside from this, it also helps with appetite suppression but the effects are not permanent.

When it comes to weight loss, caffeine should be considered only as a supplement, and not a miracle fat-be-gone.

 

4. Coffee Lowers Risks Of  Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Disease

Aside from improving brain function, coffee also helps to keep your brain sharp as you age.

Caffeine can do this by slowing the onset of neurodegenerative disease.

Multiple studies have suggested that coffee drinkers have up to a 60 percent lower risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, and the beverage may help reduce a person’s risk of Parkinson’s by 32 to 60 percent.

 

5. Coffee Is Good For Your Liver

Multiple studies have shown that coffee can lower the risk of cirrhosis, the end stage of liver damage, by as much as 80%.

Similarly, coffee may also lower the risk of liver cancer by around 40%.

 
6. Coffee May Lower Risk Of Type II Diabetes

According to research, if you drink three to four cups of coffee a day, it may lower risks of developing type II diabetes by 25%. 

However,  researchers weren’t able to conclude a causal effect between coffee and the lifestyle-related diabetes definitely.

 

7. Coffee Helps Fight Depression 

A study showed that people who take four or more cups of coffee a day were 10 percent less likely to experience depression than those who doesn’t drink coffee at all.

Researchers suggest coffee’s mood-lifting effect might be due to its antioxidants.

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