Mannatech Australia Makes the Morning Healthier with New Nutrient-Rich Coffee

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Mannatech recently launched the world’s most complete coffee, GlycoCafé™, to its Australia market. GlycoCafé is infused with the company’s innovative Glyconutrients, making it a healthy choice for coffee lovers.

Most coffee drinkers enjoy a morning cup for the benefits of caffeine. Mannatech’s GlycoCafé, however, includes the whole coffee fruit and is infused with Glyconutrients, which is the core of Mannatech’s clinically tested nutritional technology. Mannatech’s Ambrotose powders, have been clinically proven, when taken at the recommended amount of 4 grams per day, to positively impact attention in young adults and improve memory and alertness in middle-aged adults.

Additionally, while most coffees on the market today only use roasted coffee beans, Mannatech’s GlycoCafé coffee is crafted using a blend of organic Arabica beans, antioxidant-rich Coffeeberry® brand coffee fruit and green coffee.

Furthermore, GlycoCafé is vegan friendly and free of gluten, soy, dairy, MSG, sweeteners and artificial flavors and colors.

“Most people turn to coffee to help them wake up1,” says Mannatech’s Senior Global Wellness Director and Chairman of the Global Scientific Advisory Board, Dr. Steve Nugent. “Imagine if your coffee did more than that. We’ve included the whole coffee fruit as well as our exclusive Manapol® aloe gel extract. For the first time in my career, I can recommend a truly healthy coffee. There is no other coffee in the world that can provide all that GlycoCafé can.”

GlycoCafé comes in individual serving sachets to easily grab and go, making mornings a breeze. GlycoCafe provides convenience for busy working professionals, students or parents who can now enjoy their coffee from anywhere at any time by simply adding hot water.

1 2016 National Coffee Association USA / National Coffee Drinking Trends Study

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.