Added Sugars Linked To High Blood Pressure And Heart Disease.

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Whether you enjoy soda for its sugar or caffeine boost, this age old question can finally be put to rest. A recent paper featured in the British Medical Journal (BMI) has uncovered the importance of focusing on decreasing the amount of sugar’s people consume.

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"Sugar may be much more meaningfully related to blood pressure than sodium, as suggested by a greater magnitude of effect with dietary manipulation," the study’s research team said in a statement.

A recent paper featured in the British Medical Journal (BMI) in December 2014, has uncovered the importance of focusing on decreasing the amount of sugar’s people consume.

“Sugar may be much more meaningfully related to blood pressure than sodium, as suggested by a greater magnitude of effect with dietary manipulation,” the study’s research team said in a December 2014 statement. ”Compelling evidence from basic science, population studies, and clinical trials implicates sugars, and particularly the monosaccharide fructose, as playing a major role in the development of hypertension (high blood pressure).”

According to DiNicolantonio and Lucan of The Center Of Disease Control and Prevention in February 2012, “Naturally occurring sugar found in fruits and vegetables have no harmful effect on our health.” But the evidence is clear, even moderate doses of added not-natural sugar for short durations may cause substantial harm.

When it comes to your choice for caffeine, it's clear that coffee is a much healthier choice than cola. However, even when people add cream and sugar to their cup of coffee it still has a lot of that sugary substance they are trying to avoid having too much of.

So which coffee to choose? As an acid free coffee, Tylers Coffee is by far the healthiest on the market.

Their proprietary Z-Roaster creates a bitter-free result to their brew, giving up the need to add a lot of extra sugar or any, in your morning cup. This daily decrease of sugar consumption can be incredibly beneficial to overall health.

While coffee has 0 grams of sugar, all cola brands have a significant amount of sugar.

According to research that has been conducted, drinking a cup of java offers a whole lot more than just an energy boost. Coffee is loaded with antioxidants, and it is the #1 source in the United States for antioxidant intake. Furthermore, people who drink coffee have a general overall health than those who choose cola.

So next time you need that energy boost which would you choose, Cola or Coffee?

About Tylers Coffee:
Coffee drinkers around the world now have a choice to start drinking a healthy version of their beloved caffeine vessel. Our proprietary Z-Roasting process is our magic workhorse. Utilizing various unique processes in both our regular and decaffeinated blends, Tyler’s Coffee has been able to create the World’s First USDA Certified Organic Acid Free Coffee.

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