It is important to know where germs, parasites, or other enemies to your health can attack you. Many people don’t realize just how dirty and at risk their coffee maker can be. Experts say that most coffee makers are crawling with germs and growing mold.
From the water reservoir to the handle, a significant number of coffee pots across the nation get an “F” rating. And don’t assume your single-serve Keurig is immune. We provide an article below so you can get an idea of just how dirty they can get. It is important to deep clean your coffee maker weekly. In your fight to overcome cancer or another parasitic disease, it is important to come from all angles.
How clean is your coffeemaker? And what is the best way to ensure it is KEPT clean to prevent the growth of bacteria, yeast, and dangerous MOLD — the LAST thing you need when battling cancer or any other chronic disease?
For instructions on how to clean your coffee maker with vinegar, check these tips.