Legendary biohacker Dave Asprey unveils new coffee brand, Danger Coffee™

Mineral and nutrient deficiencies are a big problem. They make you feel tired, stressed, foggy and sick. Designed with human biology in mind, Danger Coffee provides 50 trace minerals while making the minerals you already have more bioavailable.

“These beans deliver the good stuff (antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, micronutrients, and optimal fasting support) without bogging you down with the bad stuff you’ll find in regular coffee,” says Dave.

It is estimated that the world drinks around two billion cups of coffee every day, much of which is covered in mold toxins. By using a lab-tested third-party process (which greatly exceeds government and industry standards), Danger Coffee can guarantee mold-free beans.

Biohacking is about taking complete control of your biology, which includes finding ways to improve the ordinary things you do in your daily life, like drinking coffee.

“We took the everyday act of drinking coffee, something so many people already love to do, and made it better,” says Dave. Of course, Danger Coffee is designed to pair perfectly with Dave’s original recipe for coffee blended with grass-fed butter and MCT oil.

When it comes to “danger” in coffee, Dave says it’s about feeling dangerously good. “You can do anything when you have enough energy. What makes you dangerous is feeling your best. The world is yours when you are at full strength.”

About Danger Coffee™
Danger Coffee™ is clean, mold-free, straight-from-the-farm coffee created by the legendary biohacker David Asprey and designed to remineralize the body. Minerals are important and most of us need more of them. Danger Coffee is more than just a fuel source; it’s coffee that uplifts your body at the cellular level with the nutrients it needs every day.

For more information, visit: dangercoffee.com

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