Pros & cons of Decaf Coffee you must know


The non-caffeinated drinks always have a bad impression in order to cater to the energy and coffee always wins the race. But coffee has its certain disadvantages like you can more than 400mg per day is not good for adults, people having the issues of high blood pressure can't consume it, pregnant ladies have to avoid it, etc. But if you love coffee and want to enjoy the taste without caffeine you can have the best option of Decaf coffee. It also enhances the performance of the brain like a cup of ginger tea does. 
Coffee is one of the most popular drinks across the world. People keep trying the trending versions of it like Dalgona Coffee and Kori Kohi Coffee. Many people enjoy it a lot but afraid of caffeine intake. So, people, the excellent solution is – Decaf Coffee. It tastes the same as the regular one except caffeine is eliminated.


How is it Decaf Coffee made?
Decaf is a short term of decaffeinated coffee. It is made by coffee beans that have had at least 97% of their caffeine washed using water, organic solvents or carbon dioxide. Then roast the decaffeinated beans. The nutritional value of decaf coffee should be almost equal to regular coffee, apart from the caffeine portion.
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However, the taste and smell may become a little balmy and the color may vary, depending on the method used.
This can make decaf coffee more amusing to those who are sensitive to the bitter taste and flavor of regular coffee.

How Much Caffeine is in Decaf Coffee?

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Decaf coffee is not perfectly caffeine-free. One analysis found a cup of 180ml of decaf contained 0–7 mg of caffeine and on the other hand an average cup of regular coffee consists of about 70–140 mg of caffeine depending on the type of preparation.

Decaf Coffee is loaded with antioxidants and contains nutrients
1. It is actually the single biggest fount of antioxidants in the Western diet but approx 15% lower than the regular one.
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2. One cup of seething decaf coffee provides 2.4% of the suggested daily intake of magnesium, 4.8% of potassium and 2.5% of niacin, or vitamin B3.


Health Benefits of Decaf Coffee
1. The major antioxidants are hydrocinnamic acids and polyphenols which prevent diseases like heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes and aging effects.
2. A human cell study explains that decaf coffee protects neurons in the brain. This could help prevent the evolution of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s.
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3. Decaf coffee produces significantly less acid reflux than regular coffee.
4. By taking 2 cups of decaf coffee prevents rectal cancer.

Here are some benefits that probably only apply to regular coffee, not decaf:


1. Improved mood, response time, memory and mental health.
2. Improved metabolic rate and fat burning.
3. Improve athletic efficiency.
4. It lowers the risk of mild depression and suicidal thoughts in women.
5. Reduce the risk of liver cirrhosis or end-stage liver damage.

* Important message: 
It is one of the healthiest beverages laden with antioxidants and reduces the risk of all types of serious diseases.
Everyone can’t take coffee as caffeine causes problems in some individuals, these people can take decaf to enjoy coffee. Decaf has the same health benefits, but none of the side effects.
Happy Drinking!!

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Queen said…
Informative article!!!! Very nice....Keep up the good work.. :)