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Our coffee blends | MOVE

Updated: Mar 10, 2023


The hardest part of any exercise is leaving the house. Going for a run on a cold autumn morning, heading to the gym when you Just. Don’t. Want. To. We’ve all been there. In fact, the original idea of Cuckfield Coffee Co. came to us in the gym. There is so much in the way of supplements, pseudo-science and sometimes, just plain old rubbish in the fitness industry. Chemical laden pre-workouts just weren't for us.


Coffee has been endlessly studied and has a host of health benefits. In short, coffee is good for you. Our coffee is great for you. Our MOVE blend, roasted a little darker, gives a natural high to motivate you to get your trainers on and be your active self.



How exactly does coffee get you moving?

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, enjoyed by millions of people every day. As well as the amazing taste and aroma, our MOVE coffee has numerous health benefits that have been supported by scientific research. Here's just a couple to encourage you to get you moving.


Increased alertness and energy

One of the most well-known benefits of coffee is its ability to boost energy levels and improve alertness. This is due to caffeine, the primary active ingredient in coffee, which stimulates the central nervous system and reduces fatigue. Drinking coffee can help you stay focused and alert, making it an excellent choice for an early morning exercise class or a lunch time run.


Potential weight loss aid

Coffee may also aid in weight loss by boosting metabolism and suppressing appetite. Caffeine has been shown to increase the body's metabolic rate, which can help burn more calories. Additionally, coffee contains chlorogenic acid, which can reduce the absorption of carbohydrates and decrease appetite.


Lower risk of depression

Depression is a prevalent mental health disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Research suggests that drinking coffee may reduce the risk of depression and improve mood. One study found that women who drank 4 or more cups of coffee per day had a 20% lower risk of depression than non-coffee drinkers*.




* "Coffee, Caffeine, and Risk of Depression Among Women” September 26, 2011, issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine


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