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Lifeboost Coffee is my favorite! It’s extremely low acid and easy on the stomach. It gets my 5 star recommendation.
I’m used to doctoring up my coffee to make it palatable, but with this coffee, I can get away with less sugar/and or creamer. It’s fruity tasting with no bitterness at all.
- Ziggy L., USA, Lifeboost Customer
Coffee is delicious, but poor-quality coffee can be toxic. You want coffee that’s Certified to ensure there are never any pesticides, herbicides, or other toxic material in your cup of coffee.
Most of the coffee for sale in retail stores and coffee shop is a mix-match of beans from various plants and countries around the world. With blends, you might get beans mixed with pesticide-soaked beans. It’s also possible you can get premium dark roast beans mixed with under-dried, toxin-filled lighter roast beans.
Single Origin coffee ensures you’re getting what you pay for - and nothing you don’t want in your coffee. Every bag of this coffee, however, is guaranteed single origin. Each bag is filled with beans from the same farm, the same plant, and the same roast profile.
Mycotoxins are mold toxins that can occur in many substances. Naturally, that means they can grow inside coffee beans too. (Unfortunately, they’re far more common than you may think.) Mycotoxins can trigger anything from painful, full-body-inflammation to debilitating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Several studies have also strongly linked mycotoxins with kidney diseases.
For the best-tasting coffee, you don’t want the sun beating down on the beans harming the natural maturation and rich, complex flavor. Only 2% of the world’s coffee is shade-grown. With shade-grown coffee, no pesticides are needed. You deserve natural, unharmed, pure coffee.
One of the biggest complaints about coffee is the digestive discomfort from some brews. You probably know all about it yourself… the heartburn, indigestion, bathroom trips, and more. Sometimes you just don’t know what a given coffee is going to do to your stomach!
Now, a lot of that discomfort has to do with the acid in your stomach. And you may also know the discomfort depends on the type of roast you drink. (Hint: darker roasts are easier on your stomach!) So it can be a gamble as to how your stomach will handle a new coffee.
But because of the steps you’ve just read about above, Lifeboost Coffee guarantees its coffee won’t bother your stomach! There’s nothing inside that can trigger excess stomach acid or affect digestion.
Light, medium, dark or espresso, you choose your beans and your stomach is happy.
On top of low acidity, Lifeboost Coffee has none of the junk swimming around in most coffees that aggravates your stomach. That means no pesticides, chemicals, GMOs, or mycotoxins.
That means nothing that careless farmers and profit-hungry manufacturers use to get their brews out the door fast.
High-altitude specialty coffees, generally command a far better market price due to their exceptional flavor and vibrancy, lower yield per coffee tree, and challenge to coffee farmers in remote mountainous areas. This means truly superb coffee beans that represent one of the world's most affordable luxuries.
Once washed, the beans are sun-dried until they've achieved a moisture content of 11.5%. (Too much moisture and you risk mold; too dry and the flavor of the coffee is spoiled.) Finally, the beans transition to a 30-day "rest" period which allows the flavor profile of your beans to deepen in richness, complexity and taste.
This coffee is grown in a sustainable environment. Farmers grow their coffee which is an environmentally friendly way of producing crops. Not only is this good for the environment, but it is better for the coffee. By employing farming methods, the fairly traded coffee is grown by farmers who are paid a fair wage for doing so.
Specialty coffee represents the very best of the world’s coffee yield or the TOP 3% of global production. These beans are the largest beans that are hand picked out because they are perfect with no defects. Only the very best.
Some other coffee farms slash and burn the rainforest and spray their coffee beans with toxic pesticides to keep the bugs away. We think it's better to grow our coffee in chemical-free, nutrient-rich virgin soil.
If you’re anything like me, I prefer to grow our coffee the natural way, in the cool shade of ancient trees, where the beans can ripen slowly and migratory birds, like the beautiful Scarlet Tanager, can naturally manage bugs like the coffee farmer's archenemy - the coffee borer.
Conventional coffee farms soak the ground with harsh chemical fertilizers - as much as 250 pounds per acre! When you grind up beans that have chemical residue and add hot water to them, you concentrate those chemicals into your cup of coffee.
Our beans are grown from single origin plants that have not been genetically modified. We believe in keeping our coffee as clean and pure as possible not just for health reasons, but to protect the environment and the delicate flavor profile that you get with every perfect cup.
We have taken steps to make sure that our coffees are certified Kosher by reputable organizations.
So smooth, and absolutely no acidity. believe I will have to become a monthly subscriber to bring the cost down even further. When you buy in bulk the price plummets. Do yourselves a favour, come on, you deserve it. Shade grown, hand picked, hand washed, lightly roasted and no pesticides equals this incredible quality.
I’m used to doctoring up my coffee to make it palatable, but with this coffee, I can get away with less sugar/and or creamer. It’s fruity tasting with no bitterness at all. I will definitely be purchasing more!
It is full bodied flavor with a great aroma and the packaging is natural and adorable. It feels great to know that the beans were grown and sustainably harvested from a single source. This makes all the difference! I would definitely purchase this again for my family as well as for gifts for friends. An excellent product!
A bit of cream and this coffee is wonderful. The fact that it is grown on a small farm and the coffee you receive is from just this farm, and is what makes this coffee have its wonderful flavor. I am on my second order and am now will be a customer for life.
Order now with confidence! If for any reason you don’t think Lifeboost Coffee is for you, we offer a 60-day money back guarantee. Even if you don’t like the coffee, you can get your money back!
So, you have questions? Let us try to answer them for you...
Our coffee meets the Jewish Kosher Certification standards. It has never come into contact with any non-kosher item and was watched over by a rabbi during the production process. It was processed in a kosher certified facility and meets all the standards of Jewish Law.
When coffee is grown at higher altitudes (at least 4,000ft above sea level) has a number of beneficial effects on the beans. When you grow coffee at a higher altitude it slows the development and ripening of the beans. This is because the temperature of the environment is cooler which causes the beans to develop more slowly. The slow growth of the beans allows them to absorb more nutrients and become much more dense and harder than coffee grow at lower elevations. This means that there are more antioxidants in the beans, which means you will get more out of the coffee you are drinking. Not only is the coffee much more nutrient dense, it is also superior in taste. Most expensive high quality coffees are grown at higher elevations to maximize their flavor.
Yes, it is! When coffee has a Fair Trade logo it means that coffee is grown in a sustainable environment. Fair trade farmers grow their coffee which is an environmentally friendly way of producing crops. Not only is this good for the environment, but it is better for the coffee. By employing farming methods the fair trade farmers are improving the quality of their coffee. There will be less toxins present in the coffee because they do not use pesticides or other chemicals during the growing process. Fair trade farmers also produce shade grown coffee, which also improves the quality of the final product (see shade grown section).
Fair trade farmers plant their crops in multiple areas of a region which is more environmentally friendly. When farmers grow all of their crops in one area they are quickly depleting the nutrients in the soil of that area which means that their crops will be of a lower quality. By spreading the crops out fair trade farmers are greatly reducing the nutrient depletion in the soil which is great for the environment and great for the coffee.
By growing coffee plants under a sun filtering canopy improves the quality of the coffee bean for a number of reasons. The trees provide shelter for the coffee plants from the sun. This allows the beans to mature at a slower. This allows them to become more nutrient rich, denser, and harder than coffee beans that are not shade grown. This means that the final coffee product will be much more nutrient rich and have a much better flavor.
The trees that shade the coffee offer other benefits than just protection from the sun. The leaves that fall from the branches of the trees provide a naturally occurring source of nutrients for the coffee plants. When the leaves decompose they become part of the soil which the coffee plants use to grow. This helps to improve the nutrient density of the coffee plants. The fallen leaves also provide protection for the coffee plants from weed growth. The fallen leaves act as a “mulch” making it hard for new seeds from other plants to grow. This means that there is more nutrients in the soil that are readily available for the coffee plants to use which will improve the nutrient richness of the coffee beans when they are fully developed.
Yes, our coffee is gluten free.
Our coffee is grown in Nicaragua.
Yes, all of our coffee comes from the same farm. Coffee being from a “single origin” means that all of the beans come from one area of one farm. This helps to ensure you that every bean that goes into your coffee is of the same high quality as all of the others. This also means that all of the beans are processed in the exact same way and roasted the same way. This keeps the other beans from mixing with others, which can affect the flavor of your coffee and introduce foreign things like mycotoxins that may be present in other coffee beans that could be blended in.
Keep a week's worth of coffee in an airtight container at room temperature. If you wish to store it longer you can keep it in the refrigerator or the freezer.
Yes, all you have to do is send back the unused product within 60 days and you will be fully refunded.
Dr. Charles Livingston
Founder of Lifeboost Coffee