BLACK MOMMA Colombian Supremo refers to the highest grade of Colombian coffee with a slightly larger sized bean than an Excelso. Being the second-largest coffee producer in the world, coffee from Colombia is marketed heavily in the United States and has become synonymous with the 'traditional' coffee flavor we know and love.
Reduced Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
By drinking caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee on a regular basis, one can potentially reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The reduced risk is associated with drinking multiple cups, as many as six a day.
Reduced Risk of Heart Disease
One of the more surprising benefits of coffee has to do with the heart. It can help prevent certain cardiovascular problems, such as heart failure. Caffeine may also help prevent disturbances or irregularities in one's heart rhythm. Additionally, there is also a reduced risk of stroke.
Lower Skin Cancer Risk
Malignant melanomas are the most dangerous and potentially life-threatening form of skin cancer and one of the most common cancer types in the United States. Studies have found that there is potentially as much as a 20 percent lower risk when a person drinks a minimum of four cups of coffee daily.