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Friday, November 15, 2013


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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Fortified Organo Gold Coffee: A Peek Inside

Simply looking at and smelling Organo Gold offers little evidence that nutritive properties are locked inside each steaming cup. But Organo Gold offering enhanced coffee products are proving that great coffee can offer more than great taste.

AL International Inc.’s JavaFit® brand offers a broad range of varieties of health-improving coffee—from their JavaFit Energy Extreme coffee that relies on green tea extract to JavaFit Immune Plus with Multi-Vitamins that boasts Echinacea. “We take quality gourmet Arabica coffee and add supplements, depending on the different function,” says Dave Briskie, President of Commercial Development for AL International Inc. “Just as orange juice might be fortified with calcium, our coffee is fortified with a supplement or group of supplements.”

Rather than utilize an array of natural additives, companies like Organo Gold have chosen one powerful supplement and infused it into all of their coffee products. For Organo Gold, the Ganoderma extract, from the Ganoderma lucidum mushroom, was the obvious choice because of its long Asian medicinal and preventative health track record, including being rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients. “This plant has about 4,000 years of history and is still a national treasure of China,” says Holton Buggs, Vice President of International Sales for Organo Gold.

While the benefits and supplements included in fortified coffee are significant, distributors are not spending much energy on educating customers. Instead, they choose to let the fortified coffee speak for itself. “If you have to explain coffee and give a brochure along with a cup of coffee, it puts up a hesitation for a person wanting to consume it,” Buggs says. “We just market it as great-tasting coffee. We already know the benefit is going to be in every cup; we do not have to sell it. We tell customers to drink the coffee and then tell us what they think and how it makes them feel. What we find is that within 20 minutes to 48 hours, a person will actually notice one of the benefits. Customers are able to educate themselves based on their results, versus us giving them a lot of information.”

Fortified coffee is making waves in an already thriving market. With strong consumer loyalty, and results that speak for themselves, the potential of the already explosive direct selling coffee market—now receiving a powerful revenue infusion from fortified coffee—is seemingly

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Next Generation of Coffee Drinkers

Few products are more effective at serving as ice breakers and equalizers as coffee. In its many forms, coffee has the ability to draw people from all demographics and age groups. In its 2011 National Coffee Drinking Trends study, the National Coffee Association of USA Inc. learned that 40 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds drink coffee daily, an increase of 9 percent from the previous year. In addition, the study showed a continued devotion to gourmet coffee even amid economic constraints among those surveyed. Such strong category loyalty among the younger generation proves what many direct selling leaders are already discovering firsthand—that the future of the coffee market will continue to be strong.

For a generation raised on gourmet coffeehouses and used to paying higher prices for a cup of coffee, direct selling offers an interesting opportunity. And it seems that while these mass or even niche retailers have often borrowed innovation from a direct selling company, in the case of coffee, the opposite may be true. A major retail brand like Starbucks may have actually paved the way and enhanced opportunities for direct sellers. “The Starbucks of the world are our best friend,” Buggs says. “They are not our competitor; they enhance our business. Prior to Starbucks, it was not socially acceptable to pay three to four dollars for a cup of coffee. It makes it easier to market to customers because they experience our coffee and expect a Starbucks-like price, when actually they can get our coffee for less than half of what they are used to paying. It makes it an easier transition for customers.”

“The Starbucks of the world are our best friend. They are not our competitor; they enhance our business.” —Holton Buggs, Vice President of International Sales for Organo Gold

By offering a premium product at a lower cost, direct selling coffee companies are quickly building a loyal following. With the appearance of fortified and enhanced coffees on the scene, the forecast for market growth is undoubtedly positive. “This vehicle is not based on technology or fads,” Marumoto says. “Coffee has been popular since A.D. 1000, and it is not going away anytime soon. Health and wellness and herbal supplements are not going anywhere either. This is a sustainable product and will continue to be.”


Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Coffee … and More

Buggs joined Organo Gold in September 2008. He was brought in to help streamline the marketing process. “Most people think that we’re growing because we’re in coffee,” he says. For Organo Gold, “what was lacking was a simplified system for success. What we did was eliminate the majority of what I called the training distractions. We focused simply on the expansion of our business model through free samples and simplicity.”

Keeping things simple includes serving distributors well, says Buggs. “From the beginning we said we would make sure that we were able to receive orders properly, that we would ship the product and that we’d pay people accurately and pay them on time. That has been our promise and it’s what we’ve focused on.”

In addition, he says, part of Organo Gold’s success has been to not focus on too many products or too many different messages. It’s working. Sales in 2011, says Buggs, will be over $100 million. That’s up from $40 million in 2010, $9 million in 2009 and $2 million in the company’s first year of operation.

“Because we focus so heavily on retail sales—that’s what direct selling is—our approach was to position the product so that even if the person doesn’t become a distributor, they’ve got a product that they would want to reorder month after month after month,” Morand says. “It’s coffee—and it makes them feel good.”

Organo Gold’s model is different from other direct selling organizations. For instance, says Morand: “There’s enough profit for distributors that we have some distributors making a full-time income and they never recruit a person. We actually have a product that we can go to a neighbor and sell at full retail price.”

Organo Gold, Morand says, has a price point that is less than most gourmet coffees. “In a lot of cases companies will come out with a product where someone will say ‘Why would I buy from you when I could buy at a store cheaper?’ With Organo Gold we don’t lose our customers. They order and order and reorder because it’s not as expensive as gourmet or coffee shop coffee.”

But Organo Gold is about more than just coffee. Foundationally, Organo Gold is about Ganoderma and about incorporating Ganoderma in unique ways into commonly used products that can “deliver the treasures of the earth” to people around the world. In addition to its black coffee, Organo Gold also offers café mocha, café latte, hot chocolate and green tea, among other products. Morand is excited about some new product launches, not yet released at the time of this writing.

Buggs adds, “The beauty of our business is that there are no sales skills required in order to succeed at any level, just the ability to ask a simple question and give away free samples.”

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Why Consumers Love Coffee

One glance at a coffeehouse drive-thru during the morning commute will tell the tale of Americans’ adoration for their morning liquid wake-up call. But what is it about coffee specifically that creates such an attachment and drives such need among consumers? Caffeine is often named as the No. 1 culprit that makes coffee drinkers keep coming back for more, but it does not tell the whole story. Other caffeinated products like sodas and tea can be addicting as well, but none with as much power or following as coffee.

A large piece of the puzzle, many direct selling leaders say, is how coffee makes consumers feel. “Coffee is a very sensuous, marketable product,” Wallach says. “People like the imagery of coffee; they’re familiar with coffee shops, the aroma, and the visual aspect of deep, rich coffee beans.” With such a recognizable aroma, coffee is an emotional product that evokes certain feelings. For some, it signals the start of a new day; for others, it is a reminder of relaxed afternoons spent around the kitchen table catching up with friends and family. Flavored varieties of the beverage only increase the emotional tie consumers feel for their favorite drink. Flavors like pumpkin spice ring in the fall, while peppermint-flavored coffee may bring thoughts of Christmas. By adding flavored coffee varieties, these direct selling companies experience a surge in customer enthusiasm for the products, and allow room for extensive product expansion that in turn provides additional opportunities for sales growth.

With such strong consumer affection, coffee has become an ingrained part of daily life in America. What’s more, for those who depend on it to kick-start their day or for gathering with friends and family, the product is a vital part of their identity.

As Americans’ relationship with coffee has evolved, so have their views on health and wellness. Thanks to increased awareness and education, diet and healthy food choices are often at the forefront of consumers’ minds. For many health-conscious coffee drinkers, worry about the possible adverse health effects associated with drinking coffee has raised concerns. However, recent scientific research offers good news for coffee drinkers and disproves previous misconceptions.

4 Steps To Your First Business In Murfreesboro

Hello Murfreesboro! Today’s article is for Nashville, LaVergne, and Mt Juliet folks interested in starting the the top direct sales business in Tennessee. Let me tell you about Organo Gold.

Organo Gold’s Bernie Chua, Shane Morand, and Holton Buggs know their way around the network marketing industry in Nashville and similar communities around the world. Combined, they have 50+ years experience leading international companies, expertly mentoring direct sellers, developing highly-effective sales systems, and building vast global networks. They have created a legacy of innovation, inspiration, and integrity.

Mr. Chua has won the ‘Direct Sales Company of the Year’ award 5 times for the Pacific Rim and Asia. 5 times out of 1,600 companies! Mr. Buggs helped a company increase sales from 6 million to 50 million dollars.

Forget elaborate, complicated business models. The Organo Gold management team knows what works. That’s why they keep it simple – so anyone in Hermitage can start an Organo Gold coffee business and supplement their income, develop business savvy, and create wealth in Nashville.

The Organo Gold 4 Steps To Success

Become A Product Of The Product
Buy two boxes of coffee
Submit testimonial
Compile List Of 50 Contacts
25 Coffee drinkers
25 Opportunity seekers
Book Four Coffee Jazz Mixers
At your home, apartment, office, or clubhouse
Plug Into The Organo Gold Proven Success System
18 Month Commitment
Ongoing Weekly CJMs
Regular Business And Leadership Events
Training Calls
To build a cash-generating business, you need a plan you can easily follow. I’m Cindy Bradford of LaVergne. I look forward to telling you why Organo Gold Ganoderma coffee is a winning product and how my Organo Gold Nashville home business has changed my life.

learn more about Organo Gold coffee in LaVergne TennesseeCoffee is the second most traded commodity in the world after oil. People in the Nashville area drink coffee all day, every day. So here is a very powerful question: When was the last time you were paid every time someone in Tennessee (or anywhere in the world) enjoyed a savory cup of coffee?

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Saturday, June 1, 2013

How to make a frappuccino

Always use healthy Organo Gold coffee, latte,or mocha


2 cups crushed ice
1 cup espresso (or very strong coffee)
¾ cup half and half, or your preferred milk, soy, or almond
2 tablespoons granulated sugar, or sugar substitute
whipped cream (optional)
chocolate syrup (optional)
Blend together crushed ice, espresso, half and half, and sugar until well-blended. Pour into glass and top with whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup, if desired.
Serve immediately.
another way

Thursday, May 30, 2013


"All of my friends rave about these frosty drinks. I pour my leftover coffee in ice cube trays and keep them on hand all the time. You can make fun squiggly designs on insides of glasses with chocolate syrup, before pouring mochas. Top with whipped cream.
1 1/2 cups cold coffee
 2 cups milk
 1/4 cup chocolate syrup

 1/4 cup white sugar

1. Pour coffee into ice cube tray. Freeze until solid, or overnight.
2, In a blender, combine coffee ice cubes, milk, chocolate syrup and sugar. Blend until smooth. Pour into glasses and serve.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Its Iced Coffee time

1 (12 fl. oz.) can PET® Evaporated Milk, chilled
2 tablespoons Organo Gold Instant Coffee Crystals
1/3 cup sugar or to taste
Ice cubes
Whipped cream

COMBINE evaporated milk, coffee crystals and sugar in blender container until coffee crystals are dissolved.
POUR over ice in tall glasses. Top with swirl of whipped cream. Serve immediately.
CREAMY VANILLA ICED COFFEE: ADD 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract to blender container.
CREAMY CINNAMON ICED COFFEE: ADD 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract and 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon to blender container.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Health effects of coffee

The health effects of coffee have been studied to determine how coffee drinking affects humans. Coffee contains several compounds which are known to affect human body chemistry. The coffee bean itself contains chemicals which are mild psychotropics for humans as a defense mechanism of the Coffee plant. These chemicals are toxic in large doses, or even in their normal amount when consumed by many creatures which may otherwise have threatened the beans in the wild. The primary psychoactive chemical in coffee is caffeine, which acts as a stimulant.

Recent research has uncovered additional stimulating effects of coffee which are not related to its caffeine content. Coffee contains a currently unknown chemical agent which stimulates the production of cortisone and adrenaline, two stimulating hormones.[1][not in citation given]

A May 2012 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that coffee drinkers "who drank at least two or three cups a day were about 10 percent or 15 percent less likely to die for any reason during the 13 years of the study."[2] The researchers who conducted the study said that this does not necessarily provide a cause-and-effect relationship, but will help point other researchers in the right direction.[3]

Decaffeinated coffee (sometimes called decaf) is available. This is coffee from which most of the caffeine has been removed, by the Swiss water process (which involves the soaking of raw beans to remove the caffeine) or the use of a chemical solvent such as trichloroethylene ("tri"), or the more popular methylene chloride, in a similar process. Another solvent used is ethyl acetate; the resultant decaffeinated coffee is marketed as "natural decaf" because ethyl acetate is naturally present in fruit. Extraction with supercritical carbon dioxide has also been employed.

Decaffeinated coffee usually loses some flavor compared to normal coffee. There are also coffee alternatives that resemble coffee in taste but contain no caffeine. These are available both in ground form for brewing and in instant form.

Caffeine dependency and withdrawal symptoms are well-documented.

All-cause mortality
In women, coffee consumption significantly decreases all-cause mortality, apparently decreasing somewhat linearly to a relative risk of approximately 0.85 for those drinking 3 cups per day compared to those who consume no coffee, but the relative risk then remains almost the same for up to 6 cups per day, according to a large prospective cohort study in 1993.[4] In men, these beneficial effects were not as great, in fact with an increased risk for those drinking approximately one cup every other day compared to those drinking none, but yet having a significant trend towards less mortality for those who drink more than 2 cups per day compared to those who drink none.[4] Results were similar for decaffeinated coffee.[4] An inverse association between coffee consumption and total and cause-specific mortality was also found in a 2012 analysis of data from the National Institutes of Health–AARP Diet and Health Study..

Reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia
Several studies comparing moderate coffee drinkers (defined as 3–5 cups per day) with light coffee drinkers (defined as 0–2 cups per day) found that those who drank more coffee were significantly less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease later in life.[5][6][7] [8] A longitudinal study in 2009 found that moderate coffee drinkers had reduced risk of developing dementia in addition to Alzheimer's disease...
Reduced risk of gallstone disease [edit]
Drinking caffeinated coffee has been correlated with a lower incidence of gallstones and gallbladder disease in both men[10] and women[11] in two studies performed by the Harvard School of Public Health. A lessened risk was not seen in those who drank decaffeinated coffee.

Reduced risk of Parkinson's disease
A study comparing heavy coffee drinkers (3.5 cups a day) with non-drinkers found that the coffee drinkers were significantly less likely to develop Parkinson's disease later in life.[12] Likewise, a second study found an inverse relationship between the amount of coffee regularly drunk and the likelihood of developing Parkinson's disease.

Cognitive performance
Many people drink coffee for its ability to increase short term recall.[14]

Likewise, in tests of simple reaction time, choice reaction time, incidental verbal memory, and visuospatial reasoning, participants who regularly drank coffee were found to perform better on all tests, with a positive relationship between test scores and the amount of coffee regularly drunk. Elderly participants were found to have the largest effect associated with regular coffee drinking.[15] Another study found that women over the age of 80 performed significantly better on cognitive tests if they had regularly drunk coffee over their lifetimes.[16] A recent study showed that roast coffee protected primary neuronal cells against hydrogen peroxide-induced cell death.

Caffeine and analgesics
Coffee contains caffeine, which may increase the effectiveness of gastrointestinal uptake of some pain killers, especially in patients with migraine and headache medications.[18] For this reason, many over-the-counter headache drugs include caffeine in their formula. Caffeine itself does not have analgesic properties. In some patients with migraine, caffeine can alleviate pain by acting on the cerebral blood vessels. A 2012 study suggested caffeinated coffee reduced pain in an office environment.

Anti diabetic
Coffee intake may reduce one's risk of diabetes mellitus type 2 by up to half.[20] While this was originally noticed in patients who consumed high amounts (7 cups a day), the relationship was later shown to be linear.[21][22] This effect has been attributed to the compounds caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid, which are thought to suppress the formation of human islet amyloid polypeptide (hlAPP).

Liver protection
Coffee can also reduce the incidence of cirrhosis of the liver[24] and has been linked to a reduced risk of hepatocellular carcinoma, a primary liver cancer that usually arises in patients with preexisting cirrhosis.[25] The exact mechanism and the amount of coffee needed to achieve a beneficial effect have long been unclear.[26] The cytokine transforming growth factor (TGF) beta has long been recognized for promoting fibrosis ability acting through the Smad family of transcription factors. In a report published in the Journal of Hepatology, Gressner and colleagues provide the first mechanistic context for the epidemiological studies on coffee drinkers by showing that caffeine may have potent anti-fibrotic capabilities through its ability to antagonize the Smad pathway.

Coffee consumption is also correlated in Africa to a reduced risk of oral, esophageal, and pharyngeal cancer.[28][29] In ovarian cancer, no benefit was found.[30] In the Nurses' Health Study and a 2011 Swedish study, a modest reduction in breast cancer was observed in postmenopausal women only, which was not confirmed in decaffeinated coffee,[31][32] and a reduction in endometrial cancer was observed in people who drank either caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee.[33] The Harvard Medical School reported in 2006 that researchers found that coffee drinkers were 50% less likely to get liver cancer than nondrinkers.[34] Another study found a correlation between coffee consumption (both regular and decaffinated) and a lower risk of aggressive prostate cancer.

Instant coffee contains a much higher level of acrylamide than brewed coffee.

Coffee moderately reduces the incidence of dying from cardiovascular disease, according to a large prospective cohort study published in 2008.[38] A 2009 prospective study in Japan following nearly 77,000 individuals aged 40 to 79 found that coffee consumption, along with caffeine intake, was associated with a reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.

A 2012 meta-analysis concluded that people who drank moderate amounts of coffee had a lower rate of heart failure, with the biggest effect found for those who drank more than four cups a day..

Laxative / diuretic
Coffee is also a powerful stimulant for peristalsis and is sometimes considered to prevent constipation. However, coffee can also cause excessively loose bowel movements. The stimulative effect of coffee consumption on the colon is found in both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee.

Contrary to popular belief, caffeine does not act as a diuretic when consumed in moderation (less than five cups a day or 500 to 600 milligrams), and does not lead to dehydration or to a water-electrolyte imbalance; current evidence suggests that caffeinated beverages contribute to the body's daily fluid requirements no differently from pure water.

Coffee contains polyphenols such as flavan-3-ols (monomers and procyanidins), hydroxycinnamic acids, flavonols and anthocyanidins.[47] These compounds have antioxidative effect and potentially reduce oxidative cell damage. One particular substance with putative anticarcinogenic effect is methylpyridinium. This compound is not present in significant amounts in other foods. Methylpyridinium is not present in raw coffee beans but is formed during the roasting process from trigonelline, which is common in raw coffee beans. It is present in both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee, and even in instant coffee.[48] Research funded by Kraft Foods shows that roast coffee contains more lipophilic antioxidants and chlorogenic acid lactones and is more protective against hydrogen peroxide-induced cell death in primary neuronal cells than green coffee.[17] The espresso method of extraction yields higher antioxidant activity than other brewing methods.[49]

Prevention of dental cavities
The tannins in coffee may reduce the cariogenic potential of foods. In vitro experiments have shown that these polyphenolic compounds may interfere with glucosyltransferase activity of mutans streptococci, which may reduce plaque formation.[50]

Coffee consumption contributes to a decreased risk of gout in men over age 40. In a large study of over 45,000 men over a 12-year period, the risk for developing gout in men over 40 was inversely proportional with the amount of coffee consumed.[51]

Blood pressure
A 2011 study showed that moderate (≤4 cups per day) coffee consumption was inversely associated with high blood pressure and high triglyceride level in Japanese men.[52] However, the study showed no significant association between coffee consumption and prevalence of metabolic syndrome for Japanese women

Wednesday, May 22, 2013



Ganoderma Healthy Coffee - Healthy Coffee For LifeTM
Organo Gold Brand Coffee offers a delicious and healthy line of beverages containing Ganoderma Lucidum (Red Mushroom). These prized mushrooms have a history that dates back more than 4,000 years. Ancient generations realized Ganoderma provided them more vigor and energy, while reducing fatigue.
Ganoderma is said to be more powerful than Ginseng! Discover the benefits of our amazing and extremely delicious Ganoderma products for yourself. All of our beverages come in individual single serving packets. Very low acid content. Just add hot water and enjoy! - Make Organo Gold Coffee Your Healthy Coffee For Life! -