Caraway Coffee Premium PD Recipe

This calorie-free robust roast will promote comforting mood-boosting feelings of euphoria as your healthy gut microbiota communicates with your brain. Caraway, a potent medicinal plant, is traditionally used for treating obesity. The study supporting this recipe confirms its weight-lowering effects through a randomized, triple-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Caraway is helpful in the management of obesity because of its bioactive constituents. Although the mechanism of action remains to be determined at the molecular level, fat loss is speculated to arise from a prebiotic effect of caraway in the gut through balancing its microbiome growth. We added delicious caraway coffee into our daily routine as a delightful dark roasted coffee replacement with the benefits of protective phytochemicals. After a few weeks, Jerry and I both noticed an unexpected increase in excitement as we roasted and brewed our morning cups. Without the inclusion of caffeine, sugar, or additives, it must be our healthy gut microbes producing feel-good neurotransmitters to get us to go back for a second cup day after day with excitement. Enjoy PD-Ed Lesson #257 – How the gut microbiota influences behavior and controls physical and mental wellbeing based on long-term dietary practices. Learn how to promote a more robust immune system and efficient metabolism by populating a diverse resident microbiota with a Protective Diet and lifestyle.


  1. Today my husband asked for some kind of hot tea. I made a batch of caraway tea for him and he said he is really digging this tea! I think he will drink the whole batch by himself!

  2. I’ve never been much of a coffee drinker, unless it was completely filled with cream and sugar. But I love this caraway coffee. I roast my caraway seeds and then I put them in a jar after they’ve cooled and in the mornings if I want caraway coffee, I simply steep the seeds with boiling water for a few minutes and it’s ready to go

  3. This is really good. It’s a nice change of pace from my usual green tea morning cup. I followed Julie Marie’s suggestion and make it at night before bedtime, then letting it steep overnight.
    It’s so easy to make. Thank you for a delicious drink!

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