Is Decaffeinated Coffee Good for You

An increasing number of people drink coffee without caffeine.
Normal coffee beans are treated with chemicals such as methyl chloride and ethyl acetate to dissolve caffeine to make decaffeinated coffee.

Decaffeinated coffee has a little bit of caffeine. Its content varies from product to product. For example, a cup of Starbucks  coffee shorts (237 ml) contained 15 mg of caffeine, while Maxwell House d coffee cost about half. It is almost 1/10 of the same amount of regular coffee caffeine 70 ~ 130mg.

The biggest reason to choose decaffeine is insomnia too. This is because caffeine has less awakening.

Coffee is a healthy drink that lowers your risk of diabetes, Parkinson’s, and cancer. Is it the same with decaffeinated? The United States, Women’s Health, listened to the experts.

According to authorized clinical nutritionist Sonya Angelone, decaffein is also as healthy as regular coffee because it is rich in the antioxidant polyphenols.

If you don’t have trouble sleeping and aren’t sensitive to caffeine awakening, there’s no reason to drink decafe coffee. However, coffee with caffeine should be avoided for pregnant, breastfeeding mothers and those with anxiety.

Authorized clinical nutritionist Sonya Angelone advises that “a healthy way to enjoy coffee is not to mix sugar or cream excessively, but to avoid it after 3 pm if possible.”

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An increasing number of people drink coffee without caffeine. Normal coffee beans are treated with chemicals such as methyl chloride and ethyl acetate to dissolve caffeine to make decaffeinated coffee.

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