Kicking the Caffeine Habit:
The social prevalence of coffee drinking and the addictive side effects of caffeine can cause problems with patient compliance. Caffeine-free herbal coffee marketed under the brand name of Teeccinoï¿½ helps coffee drinkers replace their regular or decaf coffee with a satisfying alternative. Coffee drinkers need a dark, full-bodied, robust brew to help satisfy their coffee craving. Teeccino satisfies the 4 needs coffee drinkers require in a coffee alternative:
- Teeccino brews just like coffee, allowing coffee drinkers to keep their same brewing ritual.
- It has a delicious, deep roasted flavor that is very coffee-like.
- It wafts an enticing aroma.
- People experience a natural energy boost from nutritious Teeccino.
Teeccino offers the following health benefits to people suffering from upper GI tract disorders:
|Beneficial Features of Teeccino
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- Inulin fiber from chicory
- Unlike coffee, Teeccino has nutritional value, including inulin, a soluble fiber that helps support a healthy population of beneficial microflora.
- Inulin improves mineral absoprtion.
- Naturally Caffeine-free
- No chemical processing like decaf coffee
- 65 mg of Potassium
- Teeccino is a source of potassium, an electrolyte mineral that is important in the healthy functioning of stomach acid production.
- Potassium in liquid form is easily absorbed to help relieve muscle, mental and nervous fatigue.
- Alkaline ï¿½ helps reduce acidity
- As opposed to acidic coffee, Teeccino is alkaline, which reduces stomach acidity. Current treatments for reflux focus on reducing acidity.
- Gluten Free
- Gluten does not extract into boiling water. Tests show Teeccino is gluten free although it contains barley.
- An herb that has long been used for various diarrhea disorders due to its anti-diarrheal properties.
- Has a soothing effect on the GI tract and has been used to treat diarrhea, gastritis and inflammatory bowel conditions.
- Chicory root
- Used to treat abdominal cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea.
- Contains inulin fiber which has been shown to improve mineral absorption in experimental models.
- Useful for treating gastric complaints and gastritis.
- Mucilages and pectin within the fruit provide a soothing effect on inflamed gastric or intestinal mucosa. A good source of potassium.
- In Indian medicine, traditionally used for relief of gastric complaints.
- Contain potassium.
The Pain-free Way to Wean off of Coffee