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No more antacids after drinking this coffee,
This review is from: Puroast Low Acid Coffee French Roast, 3-Ounce Bag (Pack of 10) (Grocery)
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To be honest, I do prefer some other brands of coffee, if only they didn't affect my stomach and intestinal tract so badly. That is why I was excited to try Puroast. It has a perfectly fine flavor. It also has the added benefit of being low acid, at least if my heartburn - or lack of it - is any indicator of that. I used to be in denial, remembering college days when I practically survived on coffee...and pizza. But I've bowed to reality, after far too many years of thinking the heartburn would eventually go away - permanently.
Coffee is the one thing that gives me heartburn...not spicy foods, not anything else. Now I can have my coffee and ditch the antacids when I drink Puroast. So I figure this is a win-win situation. I'm saving money on antacids and enjoying my coffee at the same time.
Having noted that, I know people can be very selective when choosing a favorite coffee. So this may not be to your taste but it certainly hit the spot with me. Give it a try and - if you have time - give a shout out about whether you like it or not.
I also have to confess that I'll probably have some weak moments and drink regular coffee when I don't have the Puroast close at hand. But I'm hoping I'll cut down on my antacid use by at least half or more. I know I'd be able to give up those antacids completely if I drank only decaf but then I'd be walking around in a sleepy state much of the time. Compromises, compromises.