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Is Greek (or Turkish) coffee better for you than regular coffee?

Chris Kilham
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Greek (or Turkish) coffee is not better for you than regular coffee, but it contains a greater concentration of chlorogenic acids, which have many healthy benefits. Watch "Medicine Hunter" Chris Kilham explain the benefits of these compounds.

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