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Filter Coffee: The health benefits behind it

While the Rounton team brew and enjoys different types of coffees, when we’re working away at The Granary, our go-to is to drink black filter coffee.

Did you know there are MANY health benefits, backed by science, of drinking filter coffee? It is full of antioxidants and bioactive compounds that contribute to its health-boosting properties. From enhancing cognitive function to improving digestive support, you can read more about the benefits below.

The benefits of filter coffee

Boosts energy levels

When you drin coffee, you will most likely experience a natural pick-me-up with every sip, thanks to caffeine's stimulating effects. By blocking the neurotransmitter adenosine, caffeine promotes alertness and concentration, making it the perfect companion for your daily pursuits.

Rich source of antioxidants

Antioxidants combat oxidative stress and inflammation, safeguarding your heart health and boosting your body's resilience.

Improved physical performance

Filter coffee has been shown to enhance physical performance by increasing adrenaline levels in the blood. These can improve physical performance during exercise.

Enhanced cognitive function

By increasing the availability of neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine, filter coffee can sharpen your focus and boost your brainpower. Making it the perfect brew for taking on the daily stresses.

Liver health benefits

From reducing fat accumulation to enhancing natural defences, filter coffee's antioxidants lend a helping hand to the liver. It does this by ensuring optimal function and vitality.

Enhanced nutrient absorption

Coffee, particularly filter coffee, may aid in the absorption of certain nutrients in the gut, such as magnesium and potassium, due to its stimulating effect on gastric acid secretion.

Improved mood and well-being

Beyond its role in reducing the risk of depression, coffee consumption has been linked to improved mood and overall sense of well-being, possibly due to its effects on neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. In other words, filter coffee becomes more than just a drink for some people – it’s a time to sit and completely relax.

Heart health

Additionally, filter coffee consumption has been associated with a reduced risk of heart disease and stroke, possibly due to its antioxidant properties and beneficial effects on cholesterol levels.

Improved digestive support

From chlorogenic acids to gastric stimulation, each sip aids digestion and ensures your body operates like a finely tuned machine.

So, with every sip of filter Rounton Coffee, you’re not just enjoying the flavours or satisfying a craving, you’re actually protecting and supporting your health and body.

If you want to make the change to drink coffee filter, then why not explore our AeroPress or Hario V60 ranges? These products are very popular among our customers and the Rounton team.