Design By Humans
Published On: Mon, Feb 9th, 2015

Coconut Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa – More Please

CAcafeSomething delicious is afoot – and it’s coconut. Everybody’s heard how coconut can be both a big help with weight loss and a great source of fiber. It has zero trans-fats, is gluten free, hypo allergenic, and offers support to the immune system. Whether it’s coconut flour, shredded coconut, coconut water, coconut oil, or coconut milk,  coconut is a great idea to add to your diet.

Cook with it, and replace other oils and butter, mix the milk into curry, salad dressings, soup, or beverages. Try coconut water as a rehydrating natural sports drink.

Or, try some CAcafe coconut coffee, tea, or cocoa. As a reviewer, I had the pleasure of sampling this product, and my overall reaction was – it’s really great. Made in the U.S., right here in Southern California, it is available both sweetened and unsweetened. It comes in to-go cups – all you have to do is add water – as well as containers where, yes, you will have to use a spoon.  It’s easy, and it’s good. That for me is a kind of unbeatable combination. Energy boosting, healthy and tasty – and a beverage that if you’re like me, you’re going to consume anyway.

Tried it yet?

About the Author

- Genie Davis is a multi-published novelist and produced screen and television writer. New books include the romantic suspense of Executive Impulse (Crimson); more romance and mystery with Between the Sheets (Entangled), co-written with Linda Marr; and the mystery thriller Marathon (Five Star/Cenage). Her previous titles include the award winning romantic suspense of The Model Man and Five O’Clock Shadow (Kensington); the literary fiction of Dreamtown (FictionWorks), and the erotic novella Rodeo Man (as Nikki Alton) in The Cowboy anthology (Aphrodisia). In film, her work spans a variety of genres from supernatural thriller to romantic drama, family, teen, and comedy with an emphasis on independent film. A member of the Writer’s Guild of America, she’s written on staff for ABC-TV’s Port Charles; written, produced, and directed reality programming and documentaries for TLC, Lifetime, PBS, and HGTV, as well as numerous television commercials and corporate videos. She’s also written hundreds of articles on travel, love, the arts, writing, tech, food, parenting, and more.

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Coconut Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa – More Please