During its recent USA MannaFest convention, Coppell, Texas-based Mannatech announced the launch of GlycoCafe™, a new coffee that can provide sustaining health benefits.
GlycoCafe coffee is crafted using a blend of organic Arabica beans, antioxidant-rich Coffeeberry® brand coffee fruit and metabolism-boosting green coffee. It can improve cognitive function, provide antioxidant support and support cardiovascular health. GlycoCafe is also vegan friendly and free of gluten, soy, dairy, MSG, sweeteners, and artificial flavors and colors.
“The launch of GlycoCafe coffee is an exciting time for Mannatech, and is nothing short of a revolution in the global coffee market,” said Mannatech’s CEO and President, Alfredo “Al” Bala. “Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages worldwide, but our unique offering provides the consumer with the healthy benefits of the entire coffee fruit as well as with Glyconutrients. This combination cannot be found in any other coffee product on the market. Now consumers can enjoy the benefits of a healthy cup of coffee every morning.”
GlycoCafe is infused with Glyconutrients, which is the core of Mannatech’s clinically tested nutritional technology. Glyconutrient technology has been clinically proven to positively impact attention in young adults and improve memory and alertness in middle-aged adults. Much of Mannatech’s nutritional technology is supported by industry-standard clinical studies, including 17 human clinical trials that have been published, 12 of which were double-blind, placebo-controlled studies—the gold standard for product validation.
“Most people turn to coffee to wake up, have more energy or to better focus throughout the day,” said Dr. Steve Nugent, Mannatech’s Senior Global Wellness Director and Chairman of the Global Scientific Advisory Board. “Imagine if your coffee did much more than that. We’ve included the whole coffee fruit as well as our exclusive Manapol® aloe gel extract, which has been proven to support cell-to-cell communication as well as immune and gastrointestinal health.”