Marita Coffee

In today’s article, we are going to talk about Marita coffee for weight loss, a brand with a catalogue of products based on instant coffee but whose purpose goes much further. They are in line with green coffee for weight loss and other natural remedies in the wellness and personal care industry.

When it comes to buying Marita coffee, you will find several alternatives as they use a very particular sales channel. The firm has an extensive network of independent distributors and resellers (i.e. they are the only ones who buy the product directly from Marita and then take charge of promoting and selling it for a minimum price suggested by the company).

The consequence of this system is that there is no official centralised source of information on Marita coffee (each distributor promotes the product as he/she sees fit). We, on the other hand, are not authorised Marita distributors, so we refer you to these official channels to purchase the products there.

Of course, it is also possible to buy Marita coffee on Amazon, as shown below:

What is Marita Burn Control coffee? Its varieties

The philosophy of Marita coffee products is the combination of coffee with some additives to achieve extra properties, always focused on wellness and personal care. After all, almost everyone drinks or likes coffee, right?

Basically, it is soluble coffee mixed with different natural ingredients, like coffee with Ganoderma or Q77+ coffee capsules. Each of the Marita varieties adds different combinations of ingredients to the coffee for different purposes.

In this section, we will go through the different varieties of Marita coffee on the market, what they are made of and what their main purpose is. The most important are five:

  • Café Marita Burn Control: with physillium, a natural dietary fibre that apart from burning fat also has a satiating effect to control appetite.
  • Café Marita Rojo: with lycopene and yerba mate. This variety stands out for its antioxidant power and its benefits for circulation.
  • Green Marita Coffee: Green Marita coffee is a powerful fat burner. It contains chlorogenic acid, which prevents the body from retaining sugar.
  • Café Marita Memory: as its name suggests, this drink is aimed at improving intellectual capacities: everything related to memory, concentration and the assimilation of knowledge. It contains Bacopa Monnieri and Gotu Kola, two Asian plants commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine.
  • Café Marita Cappucino Fit: contains collagen and coconut milk, and also has a satiating effect.

The price of Marita coffee

The usual size of Marita coffee pots is 100 grams, and the price is around £35. There are small variations from a pound up or pound down, but the final prices for each product are updated daily on this page.

Green coffee Marita

Apart from the “basic” varieties mentioned above, there is also a line of Marita green coffee products. This time it is not instant coffee, as usual (green coffee is not roasted), but capsules or candies that are taken orally.

A different alternative, but one that we also wanted to reflect in this report because it is still related to coffee.

Marita coffee and its contraindications

It is always delicate to talk about slimming products, as their effectiveness is very diverse and depends on a multitude of factors unrelated to the nature of the product itself.

Generally speaking, the contraindications of Marita coffee can be summed up as the possibility of gastritis, heart rhythm disturbances, muscle spasms or the risk of insomnia.

And of course, the contraindications can be extended to anyone who has any problem with caffeine.

You can find more information in our guide to the benefits and properties of coffee.

We should also stress that none of the Marita coffee varieties contains gluten and is, therefore, suitable for coeliacs.

How do you drink Marita coffee?

It is important to know how to drink Marita coffee in order to take full advantage of its benefits.

The first thing is the frequency: ideally, it should be drunk 2-3 times a day, although logically they recommend three times: at breakfast, lunch and dinner, or better still, in the middle of the afternoon. And if possible, replacing your usual cup of coffee with a Marita coffee preparation of your choice.

Since it is a soluble coffee, there is not much mystery about how to prepare it. Just mix it with hot or lukewarm (not boiled) water as you would any other traditional instant coffee. It is not recommended, for obvious reasons, to add milk or sugar.

IMPORTANT NOTE: On this website, you will only find commercial guidance. Always consult a medical professional before taking products or treatments that affect your health. The best way to lose weight is to do moderate exercise and have healthy eating habits.